Shinsuke Tsutsui Exhibition

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poster for Shinsuke Tsutsui Exhibition

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Shinsuke Tsutsui uses beeswax to create his paintings incorporating motifs of "insects." He collects bugs and takes microscopic photographs of them, and uses the images to determine what patterns to use in his paintings. He pours colored beeswax one by one into the patterns to construct a whole image.

It has been two years since his previous exhibition. Through close analysis, he manipulates the motifs by trimming them and adding expressive colors to contrast them with "real existences" and pursue a style closer to painting. His work speaks of universal ideas and origins of species.

This exhibition consisting of around 10 new works by Tsutsui introduces the moment that something started to move in his unique expressive world.

[Image: (2007) Beeswax, oil pastel, canvas, panel 97 x 164cm]

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From 2007-11-28 To 2007-12-22

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