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TAKAHASHI Tsunesama Looking at ”Images” That Are Looking Back at Me
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Published: June 25 2019

A White Rhinoceros on Black Turtles Swimming in the Firm Sea, 2019,

Galerie Tokyo Humanité is pleased to announce TAKAHASHI Tsunesama's solo exhibition of new works entitled Looking at "Images" That Are Looking Back at Me. Included in this exhibition are more than 80 paintings of animals, landscapes, portraits, and other images that gushes out from him and Takahashi struggles to capture them in paintings everyday.

Takahashi (b. 1949) was inspired by the Vienna School of Fantastic Realism and studied under Rudolf Husner and Ernst Fuchs in Vienna and Hamburg from 1974. After 4 years of stay in Europe, he returned to Japan and has been working actively as a painter and illustrator.


Information Provided by: Galerie Tokyo Humanité

Period: June 24,2019 (Mon) 〜 July 13,2019 (Sat)
Hours: 10:30am- 6:30pm
Closed: Sunday
Venue: Galerie Tokyo Humanité

Last Updated on June 24 2019

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