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Exhibition of Japanese Artist Naomi Maki Opened in Moscow
30.04.2014 13:11
Exhibition of Japanese Artist Naomi Maki Opened in Moscow

The State Museum of Oriental Arts in Moscow has opened an exhibition of the Japanese artist Naomi Maki.

The exposition introduces Moscow public to abstract painting from Japan. 

      “Everything is fleeting in this world, - Naomi Maki said to explain to the visitors the title of her exhibition Overcoming Life Evanescence. Man’s life is like a cloud that now has one shape and next moment changes its appearance”. 

      The exhibition is kind of summing up results of Naomi Maka’s five years of staying in Russia.

      “Lots of paintings were made, when I lived in Moscow and came under its influence. I would like you to feel the energy of my perception of Russia” - the artist admitted.

      Naomi Maka’s works remind us of the concept of inconstancy, which is a key concept of Buddhism. The feeling of the world’s variability is the cornerstone of esthetic outlooks of Japanese culture.

      The exhibition runs till May 19, 2014.

Author: Vera Ivanova

Tags: Naomi Maki Contemporary Art Japanese Art Exhibitions in Moscow  

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