Japanese Multiples pr photos

Redefining the Multiple:
13 Contemporary Japanese Printmakers

January 19–March 16, 2014 in the Grand Gallery

Sponsored by Nancy G. Curme, the John D. Greene Endowment for Contemporary Exhibitions and the Elaine P. and Richard U. Wilson Foundation, with additional support provided by Jane W. Labrum and Mann’s Jewelers.

Organized by the University of Tennessee, Knoxville.

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amano.jpg Junji Amano (b. 1949), Voice of Wind 00125 (2011). Acrylic, graphite and screenprint on Arches paper.
kano.jpg Shunsuke Kano (b. 1983), B&B_06 (2008). Archival inkjet print.
kimura.jpg Hideki Kimura (b. 1948), Glass 2010-8-27 (2010). Acrylic paint squeegeed onto glass.
kiyono.jpg Koichi Kiyono (b. 1957), Cultivation II (2011). Etching on cotton-wool and felt.
miyake.jpg Saori Miyake (b. 1975), A House and the Yard (2011). Photogram, gelatin silver print.
miyamoto2.jpg Shoji Miyamoto (b. 1988), Red and Fatty Tunas (2011). Woodblock print.
nojima.jpg Arata Nojima (b. 1982), TOPOS, Sunny Spot (2010). Etching, mezzotint and aquatint.
onishi.jpg Nobuaki Onishi (b. 1972), Aka Enpitsu (Red Pencil) (2011). Cast resin with applied paint.
ono.jpg Kouseki Ono (b. 1979), Silence on the Move: Reflection (2010). Screen print.
oshima.jpg Naruki Oshima (b. 1963), Reflections in a Scene of Two Plants (2004). Archival inkjet print.
shuji.jpg Chiaki Shuji (b. 1973), Blossoming Flower on the Chest—Liberty Print (2006). Etching, aquatint and drypoint.
yoshiki.jpg Marie Yoshiki (b. 1982), Embroidery #2 (2009). Screenprint on glass.
yoshioka.jpg Toshinao Yoshioka (b. 1972), Place of Water 1 (2004). Archival inkjet print.