Toko Shinoda: In the Autumn of My Years…

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Born in 1913 and still creating art at the age of 104, ink painter and printmaker Toko Shinoda started out as a calligrapher but soon moved into the direction of abstract expressionism and became an avant-garde trailblazer. Having lived in New York in the late ’50s, she exhibited widely at local galleries, including at Betty Parsons Gallery, famed for representing Jackson Pollock and other pioneers of abstract expressionism. Also known as an essayist, Shinoda now shows off her calligraphy, abstract paintings and lithographs at Musée Tomo, where around 50 pieces compiled by Norman Tolman, Shinoda’s trusted dealer, will be on display.

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