Renowned art critic Midori Matsui is the curator for this exhibit that boasts a wide spectrum of work, including the world of “Micropop” as embodied by a generation of 14young Japanese artists who came onto the scene from the latter half of the 1990s throughout the first decade of the 21th Century. “Micropop,” a word coined by Matsui, refers to the unique worldview of artists who rearrange diverse fragments of information and knowledge to give new meanings and uses to things that are outdated and commonplace.
Artists include: Tam Ochiai, Ryoko Aoki, Hiroshi Sugito, Keisuke Yamamoto , Lyota Yagi, Koki Tanaka, Aya Takano , Mahomi Kunikata, Makiko Kudo, Taro Izumi,Masanori Handa, Hiroe Saeki, Chim↑Pom, and Masaya Chiba.
WHEN & WHERE:
Saturday, June 12 ~ Sunday, July 18, 2010
Japanese American Cultural and Community Center
George J. Doizaki Gallery
244 S. San Pedro Street,
Los Angeles, CA 90012
Closed Monday and Holidays
For more Information: 213.628.2725 ex 133 Gavin Kelly
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