Photographic Images and Matter—Japanese Prints of the 1970s

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One of the highlights of this exhibition is the “Journal” series by Tetsuya Noda. It features traditional Japanese woodblock printing on silk screens and has a unique aesthetic that looks like a combination of collage and illustration. These 70s Japanese prints are images inspired by the development of various video mediums such as cartoons, advertisements and movies. This exhibit sheds new light on traditional printing methods.

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