February, 2017

1feb - 26All DayTabaimo: Utsutsushi UtsushiAsian Art MuseumEvent Type :Exhibition

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Tabaimo is a globally acclaimed contemporary Japanese artist known for her immersive and thought-provoking video installations. Combining hand-drawn images that evoke traditional Japanese woodblock prints (ukiyo-e) with digital manipulation, Tabaimo’s animated installations offer a complex view of contemporary Japanese society. This is the first major exhibition curated by Tabaimo. Organized around the concept of utsushi, which refers to the emulation of a master artist’s work as a way to understand their technique, the exhibition presents Tabaimo’s existing and new works, as well as important historic works from SAM’s Asian art collection

Also on view at the Asian Art Museum in February is “Terratopia: The Chinese Landscape in Painting and Film,” an exhibition which juxtaposes classic Chinese landscape with a modern classic by filmmaker Yang Fudong.

Time

February 1 (Wednesday) - 26 (Sunday) PST

Location

Asian Art Museum

1400 EAST PROSPECT STREET SEATTLE, WA 98112

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