Hiroshi Soma “Complementarity”

Gallery Nenohoshi

poster for Hiroshi Soma “Complementarity”

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Complementarity is a term coined by the physicist Niels Bohr to describe the way light and dark, shade and sun, sand and waves, men and women, and life and death interact with each other to form a single world. This philosophical idea has far-reaching influences in everything from physics to painting. In art, it represents the way elements such as subject and background, diagrams and land, and complementary colors come together as a whole. In these works, acrylics are painted onto the canvas before varnish is applied at the end of the process to bring out a luster that heightens the vividness of the colors, creating a strong impression on the viewer.

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from May 07, 2014 to May 12, 2014

Closing Reception on 2014-05-10 from 17:00 to 20:00

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Hiroshi Soma

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