This Friday, February 6th, will mark the opening of Glancing at the Twin Peak, the first solo exhibition of artist Tomokazu Matsuyama at Joshua Liner Gallery in Chelsea.
Formerly known as MATZU-MTP, Matsuyama was one of first pioneering Japanese artist to bridge the cultural differences between Japan and America. His exposure to both cultures at an early age gave him and his works distinctiveness unlike any other, a style which does not fall in either American Pop-Art or Japanese Contemporary circles. Instead, portions of his work resonate certain iconic aspect of each culture, but never as a whole. This signature is reflected in Glancing at the Twin Peak, a reference to 2 creative geniuses of the past painter Sanraku Kano from 16th century Japan and Frederic Remington of 19th century America.
The exhibition will be on display till April 4th, 2009
Joshua Liner Gallery
548 West 28th Street, 3rd Fl. | Map
New York, NY 10001
TEL #: 212-244-7415
Exhibition Date: March 6th (Friday) – April 4th (Saturday)