Chain reaction "Itachi-gokko"

Artery Post Modern Gallery -

Ended 09 May 2015
Free
Artery Post Modern Gallery

"Itachi-gokko" exhibition by two Japanese artists Hiroshi Katayama,Chizuru kondo. 

Hiroshi Katayama trying to draw the memory is forgotten. His work in this period.The idea came from one scene of the film prior to painting, he would take several scenes in the film. The scene is repeated several times, the image detail is lost. Only a ruogh shape and colour. Old memories to lose detail and subtle changes in samll increments. 
Chizuru Kondo try a laugh from the audience for her work with. Technical Graphics traditional wood As well as the imaging industry's best anime of painting. She has both of Eastern techniques of the old west new comedians, politicians include things blend together when the audience can see the work that was put down, without an audience.

Both artists also is one of a chain of "Itachi gokko" which has a different style and approach.

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Artery Post Modern Gallery

2/2 Silom Soi 19, Silom Rd, Bangkok, 10500

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094 453 6298
Artery Post Modern Gallery
Artery Post Modern Gallery

2/2 Silom Soi 19, Silom Rd, Bangkok, 10500

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094 453 6298

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