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Keizo Sugitani

Shadows Crossing II – Keizo Sugitani

2018 6/7(Thu) - 6/16(Sat)

Gallery closed Sun/Mon, Open 11:00am ~ 6:00pm
Final day closes at 4:00pm

A LIGHT HOUSE CALLED KANATA A LIGHT HOUSE CALLED KANATA

Shadows Crossing II - Keizo Sugitani

To capture a man and a woman, in love, together, in raw and simple harmony, where shadows combine as one. Keizo Sugitani’ s interlocking forms tell the tale of life itself, the story of mankind falling in love, embracing, the miracle that is life, the wonder that is two bodies meeting together in both time and space. Totemic, talismanic, primitive in their unadorned patina yet brimming with the energy of both Eros and Thanatos, Sugitani’s ceramic sculptures are odes to the primordial beauty of mankind, our life history told as the unification of you and me, of simple bodies conjoining together as one. With shadows revealing a visceral elegance brimming with the sheer urgency of now, imbued within are the complexities behind love, sadness, happiness and loneliness. Sugitani’s works are minimal poems in abstraction that call to mind the primeval inclinations of man, with rustic green and copper hues emerging from the depths of his grayish-black glaze, works elegantly hand-built in innocent grandeur. Entitled Shadows Crossing, cometh the rising sun.

Wahei Aoyama, Yufuku Gallery

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