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Natsunosuke MISE: mongetsudai
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Published: September 10 2009

Courtesy of the artist and Chukyo University Art Gallery "C·Square", copy right(c) Natsunosuke MISE

exhibition by one of the most emerging aritists in today's Jaoan, Natsunosuke MISE.

Last Updated on September 07 2009

Editor's Note by Satoshi Koganezawa

This exhibition provides us with an opportunity to enjoy looking back on Mise's suiboku-ga which were created during the past year - from the “Hayopira” (2008) to the latest work “Chitose”. He has been using his original painting method continuously to create one picture plane containing small, interconnected parts. Nonetheless, for this exhibition, he utilized a method giving us a stereoscopic image of his works which goes beyond the field of planar creations. This ultimately made the image of each exhibit appear characterless. In the exhibition hall, his works blend with each other, and at certain moments, the hall is transformed into a natural landscape. (Translated by Nozomi Nakayama)

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