Tadanori Yamaguchi

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JAPAN, 1970

The feeling of the ephemeral and the ethereal are common interests in the Japanese artist Tadanori Yamaguchi (Osaka, 1970) whose works analyze the sense of space and time that he represents through organic compositions giving as much importance to his own creative act as to its formal result. The creation of a work begins with a concept, an idea. Nature offers multiple possibilities to this Japanese artist whose search for purity closely relates to his ancestral culture. In fact, the oriental sensitivity that permeates him culturally is therefore perceived in the simplicity, sobriety and silence of his drawings.