Asian Journeys

72 Kō (Seasons)

SUNDARAM TAGORE SINGAPORE, GILLMAN BARRACKS UNTIL MAY 18, 2019

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72 Kō (Seasons), is an exhibition of new and recent paintings, works on paper and leaf mandalas by New York and Los Angeles-based artist Miya Ando. Informed by the 72 seasons of an ancient Japanese calendar system, in which subtle, periodic occurrence­s of the natural world mark the passing year, the work in this show expands on the artist’s ongoing exploratio­n into concepts of time and transition. The centerpiec­e of the exhibition – and the inspiratio­n for the show’s title – is a vibrantly colorful, large-scale installati­on comprising 72 small, light-reflecting metal paintings arranged in a chronologi­cal grid.

W: sundaramta­gore.com

 ??  ?? 72 Seasons (detail), 2019, pigment and urethane on aluminum, 48 x 216 inches/121.9 x 548.6 cm
72 Seasons (detail), 2019, pigment and urethane on aluminum, 48 x 216 inches/121.9 x 548.6 cm

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