Available from April, 2012, through 2014
Redefining The Multiple: 13 Japanese Printmakers features the work of Japanese artists with foundations and formal training in printmaking. Although each of the participating artists' personal work has transitioned over the years - and some is now more associated with other media - printmaking and the production of multiples remains at the core of their creative processes.
Of the participating artists, four make three-dimensional objects and installations, two paint with printmaking tools and techniques, three use digital photography and technology, and the others utilize traditional and recognizable printmaking techniques. Each artist will exhibit between three and five works.
This exhibition is designed for installation in a roughly 3500 sq. ft. space, however, it can be edited and/or hung salon-style to accommodate smaller exhibition venues.
For more information, please email firstname.lastname@example.org, or call Sam Yates, Director, Ewing Gallery of Art and Architecture, at 865.974.3199.
Curators: Hideki Kimura, Kyoto City University of Arts, Kyoto, Japan; and Sam Yates, Director, Ewing Gallery of Art and Architecture, The University of Tennessee, Knoxville.
|AMANO Junji||KANO Shunsuke||KIMURA Hideki||KIYONO Koichi|
|MIYAKE Saori||MIYAMOTO Shoji||NOJIMA Arata||ONISHI Nobuaki|
|ONO Kouseki||OSHIMA Naruki||SHUJI Chiaki||YOSHIKI Marie|
Click on any thumbnail, above, to view images and information about each contributing artist.
For a .pdf compilation of individual artist's statements, please click here.