All Visual Arts are proud to introduce an exhibition of paintings by acclaimed Japanese artist, Masakatsu Kondo. Whenever I am Silent is a meditation on the artifice of nature, exploring the space between the perceived and the real. From still, unsettling landscapes inspired by traditional Japanese composition to the more lyrical new works being exhibited for the first time.
Drawing reference from such disparate sources as European Romanticism; the intricacy of traditional Japanese artists such as Hokusai, and contemporary film and advertising, Kondo's work reminds us of the enduring struggle to establish an equilibrium between man and nature
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