Christopher Dunlap “Three Forks”
[Image: Christopher Dunlap "Kamiak", oil on canvas]
Ends in 13 days
Closed Today (Monday)
Christopher Dunlap’s debut exhibition in Japan features his most recent works of geometric abstract paintings. His paintings engage the viewer through a playful, disruptive exploration of color and pattern. These forms create a multiplicity of relationships between simple shapes and complex structures. Through specific placement, repetition, and implied perspective, the paintings assert a sense of depth. By creating an image that can register spatially in multiple ways, the paintings draw the viewer to a heightened awareness of their own visual processes. This sustained attention seeks to bridge a gap between perception and sensation. Dunlap cites his mother’s quilting as an early influence. Like quilting, his paintings also combine small colorful elements that unite to create a complex image. Similarly, game boards and maps, which have their own dialectics and visual language, find their way into his paintings. His work does more than just reveal thoughts; it’s a method of thinking itself, one that operates on its own oneiric logic.
from June 28, 2019 to August 04, 2019
From 13:00 To 19:00
Closed on Mondays, Tuesdays
Address: Mimura Bldg. 1F, 1-30-7 Sekiguchi, Bunkyo-ku, Tokyo 112-0014
8 minutes walk from exit 1a at Edogawabashi Station on the Yurakucho line, 10 minutes walk from exit 3A at Waseda Station on the Tozai line, 7 minutes walk from Waseda Station on the Toden Arakawa line.