Tetsuya Ishida: Saving the World with a Brushstroke
Asian Art Museum
200 Larkin St, San Francisco, CA 94102
November 14 – February 22, 2015
Now on view at San Francisco’s Asian Art Museum, Tetsuya Ishida: Saving the World with a Brushstroke represents the late Japanese painter’s first solo exhibition in the United States. The exhibition includes eight of Ishida’s paintings, works that depict surreal variations on everyday experiences, often combining the human body and inanimate objects with unsettling results. The paintings on view represent the most consistent and prominent categories of imagery in Ishida’s work: social pressures, emotional isolation, and human experiences of the manmade.
For more information, please visit the museum’s website.
The exhibition remains on view through February 22.
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