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Changing Sceneries – Emi Kuraya

1,296.00 $

Archival pigment print and silkscreen
20 1/4 × 15 in | 51.4 × 38.1 cm
Edition of 50
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Description

Emi Kuraya, a Japanese painter and illustrator, is known for her work that captures enigmatic and evanescent moments. Her art resembles a private journal where she expresses her feelings and confronts them, inviting the audience to join her in this introspective journey. Kuraya, born in 1995, is a member of Kaikai Kiki, an art society founded by Takashi Murakami. She explores the contrast between special moments and everyday life, delving into the interplay of lightness and darkness in her paintings and illustrations. Her depictions of young girls often evoke a sense of sweetness and innocence, prompting viewers to reflect on the meaning of each moment. Kuraya’s use of pastel tones creates a captivating tension between light and darkness, happiness, and darker thoughts. Additionally, in 2021, she introduced male figures into her work, marking a new exploration of artistic territory​

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