The Japanese architect Tadao Ando said that "Architecture is deemed complete only upon the intervention of the human that experiences it”. Here we could add that architecture can also be many other things, since everything spatial involves looking around, even a state of mind. The Japanese artist Millitsuka has spent time observing how places are, from an architectural but also an emotional point of view. In these original pieces, she places the objects as if they were those human beings that Tadao Ando spoke of and turns them into pieces that breathe, that live spaces. With a powerful use of color, Millitsuka has created iconic, singular work that goes beyond illustration or the domestic. The outlined way of working each piece of hers, with care, detail and craftsmanship, immediately make her the generational relief of the new Japanese art.
Technique: Acrylic gouache, poster color marker and water-based paint on Kent paper.
Size: 27 x 20,5 cm
Signed by the artist.
*The piece is sold framed in a white frame created by the artist.
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