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Ha that's awesome, I always assumed it was shopped.


So, turns out this guy
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Akira Nagasawa 1967‐

Born in Niigata, Japan. Trying various expressions, using multipul materials such as mineral pigments. Recently, mailnly created the works whose motif is "tiger". His "tiger" is full of vitality, as is sometime go out of the screen, and it strongly attract the viewers. Awarded the Rookie of the Year award of Goto Memorial Cultural Award in 1997 and 16th MOA Okada Mokichi Award in 2008.
Biography of Akira NAGASAWA (Click to show)
1967 Born in Niigata Prefecture
1992 B.F.A., in Japanese Painting of Tokyo National University of Fine Arts and Music
1994 M.F.A., in Japanese Painting of Tokyo National University of Fine Arts and Music
Professor of Tohoku University of Art & Design

[Selected Solo Exhibitions]
2010 Galleria Grafica Tokio, Tokyo
2008 Gallery Hirawata, Kanagawa
2005 "Akira Nagasawa 2000-2004", Sakyukan Gallery, Niigata
Kaede Gallery, Niigata
2002 Toyosaka Museum, Niigata
1999 Galleria Grafica Tokio & Gallery Muramatsu, Tokyo
1994 galleria grafica bis, Tokyo

[Selected Group Exhibitions]
2011 “VARIA” Nagoya Art Fair 2011, Matsuzakaya Nagoya, Aichi
Art Taipei 2011, Taiwan
“The Art of Attractive Animals” Yokosuka Museum of Art, Kanagawa
"Exhibition of Museum in a Zoo” Kosugi Hoan Museum of Art, Nikko, Tochigi
“META X 2011”, Takashimaya Art Gallery X, Tokyo
"This is not a book”, Fukui city Art Museum, Fukui
2010 "This is not a book”, Urawa Art Museum, Saitama
“Present of Japanese Painting”, Ome Municipal Museum of Art, Tokyo
“META II Exhibition”, Kanagawa Prefectural Gallery
“META X 2010”, Takashimaya Art Gallery X, Tokyo
“Shine of Life”, Tenshin Memorial Museum of Art, Ibaraki
Art Taipei 2010, Taiwan
"Current of Beauty The 20th Anniversary Exhibition the Gotoh Memorial Foundation",
Bunkamura The Museum, Tokyo
2009 “HEAVY META II”, Tohoku University of Art & Design, Yamagata
CIGE 2009(China International Gallery Exposition 2009), Beijing, China
SCOPE ART ASIA Basel 09, Basel, Switzerland
2008 Special Exhibition of the 16th Mokichi Okada Award
"The 4th Nikkei Japanese Painting Grand Prix Exhibition"
New Otani Art Museum, Tokyo
Tokyo Contemporary Art Fair 2008, Tobi Art Forum(Tokyo Bijyutsu Club), Tokyo
2007 "26th Outstanding Rising Artists Exhibition in 2007",
Seiji Togo Memorial Sompo Japan Museum of Art, Tokyo
2006 MOT Annual 2006 - No Border, Museum of Contemporary Art, Tokyo
Exhibition of Seven Contemporary Artists, Galleria Grafica, Tokyo
Nikkei Nihonga Grand Prize Exhibition, New Otani Art Museum, Tokyo
2005 "The Vision of Contemporary Art 2005", The Ueno Royal Museum, Tokyo
"META II Exhibition", Kanagawa Prefectural Gallery
"Commemorative Exhibition of 15th Anniversary of the Gotoh Memorial Foundation", Bunkamura Gallery, Tokyo
2004 "100 Artists of Niigata: Arts of Niigata 2004", The Niigata Bandaijima Art Museum
"Heisei 15 and 16 Agency for Cultural Affairs Purchased Excellent Artwork Exhibition", The Japan Art Academy, Tokyo
2001 "Kanagawa Art Annual 2001", Kanagawa Prefectural Gallery
"META Exhibition", Nihonbashi Maruzen Gallery
"BOX ART 2001-2002", Rias Ark Museum of Art, Miyagi / Niigata City Art Museum /
The World Children's Art Museum in Okazaki / Shizuoka ART Gallery /
The Museum of Art, Kochi
2000 "Commemorative Exhibition of 10th Anniversary of the Gotoh Memorial Foundation", Bunkamura Gallery, Tokyo
1997 "14th Yamatane Art Museum Award", Recommended Paticipation,
Yamatane Museum of Art, Tokyo
"The 5th International Contemporary Art Festival 1997 Tokyo"
Tokyo International Forum, Tokyo
1996 "16th Tenri Biennale", Tenrikyo Doyusha Gallery, Tenri; Osaka Municipal Museum of Art; Hoku Topia, Tokyo and Fukuoka Prefectural Museum of Art
"The 14th Ueno Royal Museum Grand Prize Exhibition"
The Ueno Royal Museum, Tokyo
1994 "The 5th Kashiwa City Cultural Forum 104 Grand Prize Exhibition" Kashiwa City Cultural Forum 104, Chiba

[Awards and others]
2008 Special Exhibition of the 16th Mokichi Okada Award (Award of Excellence)
2004 Painting purchased by the Agency for Cultural Affairs
1997 The Most Promising Young Talent Scholarship in Fine Arts of Gotoh Memorial Foundation (followed by the scholarship of one year studying in London.)
1994 The TAMON Prize at "5th Kashiwa City Cultural Forum 104 Contest
(followed by the scholarship of half a year studying in New York.)

[Public Collection]
MOA Museum of Art / The Niigata Prefectural Museum of Modern Art / The Niigata Bandaijima Art Museum / Toyosaka Museum, Niigata / Agency for Cultural Affairs

In light of Breezy's acid-induced contributions, here are some random photos

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There is a two-ticket limit per person for the entire series.


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o herro

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Every time I see this thread title...

 

 

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Those Philipe Ramette photos reminded me of this series: (lots more if you click that link, and he does other really cool installations and sculptures as well)

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http://www.foreignpolicy.com/articles/2012/02/15/once_upon_a_time_in_tehran

 

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that's kinda cool !

although it portrays it in too much of a glorified light, i mean it's not without reason people wanted a revolution. just that populist movements have generally sucked, going back to the french revolution which ruined the world.

thanks miran
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Was the average male in the 70s actually way more stylish than today, or is it just some kind of photojournalism bias that's making me think that?

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i can tell you the answer, but it requires that you accept my 2000s era geller denim in exchange for that filthy 70s era schneider you hate since it makes you feel like a cookie monster
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Originally Posted by the shah View Post

that's kinda cool !
although it portrays it in too much of a glorified light, i mean it's not without reason people wanted a revolution. just that populist movements have generally sucked, going back to the french revolution which ruined the world.

thought i wouldnt see this?
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i didn't paint it in camo colors why wouldn't you be able to see it ? i love that last bit icon_gu_b_slayer[1].gif
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