Aki Kuroda, "Flowers", print

Edition of 100 signed and numbered copies. 
Large original serigraphy
Size 106 x 75 cm
Edition 2006. 

The human, in Kuroda's painting, seems to take on an almost geometric appearance, the figure has become a symbol.

Aki Kuroda seeks to disrupt the balance between figurative and non-figurative. For him, as for many artists such as Miró, Klee, Picabia or Man Ray, but also Rothko or Kelly, an abstract art that would refuse the link to reality cannot exist.

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