This KL exhibition spotlights Japanese 1970s printmaking art


A close-up of Japanese artist Tetsuya Noda's print titled 'Diary (Aug 22, 1968)'. Photo: JFKL

Arts enthusiasts will have an opportunity to catch a glimpse of Japanese art prints of the 1970s that transformed the global art scene, through the ongoing exhibition at Level 5, GMBB, Kuala Lumpur that ends on Feb 27.

To reach a broader audience, the exhibition entitled Photographic Images And Matter: Japanese Prints Of The 1970s will continue at Muzium & Galeri Tuanku Fauziah, Universiti Sains Malaysia, Penang from March 10 to April 8 and Sabah Art Gallery, Sabah from April 18 to May 18.

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