Mizuma Art Gallery

The Mizuma Art Gallery champions artists who draw on the aesthetics of traditional nihonga painting to create distinctive fantastical images.

Akira Yamaguchi envisions 19th-century battle scenes in which soldiers ride horses with motorcycles for bodies, while Manabu Ikeda depicts a floating, rocky city of waterfalls and winding rail tracks. The gallery is also the force behind Makoto Aida, the enfant terrible of the Japanese art world, whose provocative paintings tackle social issues such as the sexual objectification of schoolgirls and violent nationalism.

 

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