日時: 5月24日(火)～6月4日(土) 11:00～18:00 (日・月・祝休館、開幕レセプション－26日木曜 18:00～20:00)
場所: CAELUM GALLERY (508-526 W26 Street Suite 315, New York NY10001, USA) ℡212-924-4161 www.caelumgallery.com
Tadayuki Noguchi: Song of Indio
May 24 – June 4, 2016
Opening Reception: Thursday, May 26, 6-8PM
Tadayuki Noguchi is a Japanese artist whose art fuses East and South rather than East and West. His series of works, “Song of Indio”, take on traditional Japanese art in the format of watercolors on paper mounted on rectangular hanging scrolls, while his themes are exclusively the life of the Peruvian people. The works can be as large at five feet, but the scenes are intimate, and the artist never crowds his compositions, leaving plenty of air around the depictions of Peruvian life. Noguchi has been traveling often to Peru from Japan for two decades, and he has focused on traditional life there, without many of modern conveniences, and he shines a warm, humanistic light on it.
Supported by Consulate General of Japan in New York.
(fuente: CAELUM GALLERY)