REDEFINING THE MULTIPLE: 13 JAPANESE PRINTMAKERS
Aug. 24–Sept. 29 • M–TH, 9 a.m.–4:30 p.m. • Lee Gallery
Co-Curator’s Talk with Sam Yates: TH, Sept. 8, 5:30 p.m.
Exhibit Reception: TH, Sept. 8, 6:30 p.m.
Redefining The Multiple: 13 Japanese Printmakers features the work of artists trained as printmakers who push the boundaries of what is commonly understood as traditional printmaking processes and techniques. Artists expand the concept of a print and take creative advantage of the multiple as a process that builds an edition or in some cases a three-dimensional sculpture or video. Works in Redefining the Multiple encompass a broad range media including etching, aquatint, monotype, screen-print, photographic processes, woodcut, to mixed media, video and three-dimensional works in felt, cast resin. The exhibit works of exceptional quality and innovation and extends the traditional conventions of printmaking and its use of the multiple through creative and dynamic approaches.
Redefining The Multiple: 13 Japanese Printmakers was co-curatored by Hideki Kimura, Professor, Kyoto City University of the Arts, Kyoto Japan and Sam Yates, Director of the Ewing Gallery of Art & Architecture at the University of Tennessee, Knoxville in 2013. The exhibit at Lee Gallery an overview of the original exhibit showcasing works purchased by Ewing Gallery for their collection.
Participating artist include: Junji Amano (Kamakura), Shunsuke Kano (Osaka), Hideki Kimura (Kyoto), Koichi Kiyono (Tokyo), Saori Miyake (Osaka), Shoji Miyamoto (Osaka), Arata Nojima (Kyoto), Nobauki Onishi (Kyoto), Kouseki Ono (Tokyo), Naruki Oshima (Kyoto), Chiaki Shuji (Kyoto), Marie Yoshiki (Kyoto), Toshinao Yoshioka (Nagoya).
Thursday, September 29, 2022 at 9:00am to 4:30pm
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