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The Department of Art & Art History and the Bowes Art & Architecture Library present Full of Autumnal Scent: 10 years of graduate printmaking from Tama Art University, Tokyo, Japan, an exhibition at the Stanford Art Gallery.
November 1–December 3, 2021 (closed November 22-26)
Monday–Friday, 11 am–5 pm
Open to Stanford affiliates; Stanford ID required for entry
Printmaking has long held a significant position in Stanford’s art practice thanks to internationally known professors such as Nathan Oliveira and Enrique Chagoya. Since 2009, the Bowes Art & Architecture Library has received yearly printmaking portfolios from Tama Art University in Tokyo, Japan. These portfolios feature print mediums such as etching, lithography, relief and screen printing created by graduating Tama Art students. These artworks are beautiful, technically flawless, and represent some of the best works by young printmakers trained in Japan, where the medium enjoys a venerable and illustrious history.
Curated by Kathryn Kain, Katharine Keller, and Gabriel Harrison
Image: Ayako Hasegawa. Full of Autumnal Scent (detail), 2008-9. Lithography and woodcut with water-based ink. 16x12 in.