Takayuki Nomura solo exhibition "Lambs To The Slaughter"

30 March 2016 ● less than 1 min read ● 1 image
Takayuki Nomura solo exhibition "Lambs To The Slaughter"

matchbaco is pleased to present “Lambs To The Slaughter”, a solo exhibition by Takayuki Nomura, to be held from April 9 (Sat) until May 7 (Sat), 2016.
Born in 1987 in Yamaguchi Prefecture, Takayuki Nomura graduated from Oita University and moved to Tokyo in 2010. While working in part-time jobs, his paintings have focused on the young workers of his generation and their urban environment.
The paintings lay bare the anguish, conflict and solitude of these workers, and utilizing the “deformed” style of Japanese anime and games, Nomura paints himself as a symbol of modern labor society.
This exhibition is Nomura’s third solo show, following his previous show in January 2015, and comprises new works depicting his internal life as a member of contemporary Japanese society.

Wow, this is an awesome work! I am excited! Off course the object that described here is very impressive, also I like the color combination, especially green cloud, and his focus on labors.

This is really inspiring work! Thank you for posting this!

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Kenichi Nakahashi

I'm a curator in Tokyo, Japan

I run the gallery "matchbaco".
Founded in March 2014, in Tokyo central; Shinjuku.
The gallery aim to promote international contemporar...

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