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Seishi Ozaku, Teruo Isomi:The truth of invariability seen in the past tomorrow
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Published: May 14 2009

Seishi Ozaku "child who stands at center: A" (1973); lithograph, 62x84cm copy right(c) Seishi Ozaku

Teruo Isomi "Iki-Iki" (1980); woodcut, 142x71cm copy right(c) Teruo Isomi

Exhibition by graphic artist of two artists who represent the present age of Japanese art, Seishi Ozaku and Teruo Isomi. Both artists are to keep asking the truth of things by; Ozaki consistently keeps drawing a figure's symbolical shape to , and Isomi is drawing people who quitely stand by trees and flowers.

Last Updated on May 16 2009

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