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Nami Tsujikawa is a self-taught artist whose wild and fantastical works have been described by critics as a hybrid of Western and Eastern influences. Her works reject homogeneity and use unusual mixes of ethnical elements as she pursues excessive ornateness.

Tsujikawa is a typical follower of what is known as basara, a flamboyant style of aesthetics that counters Japan’s traditional appreciation of frugality and humbleness. Her works, with their outrageous embellishments have been said to disorient viewers, making them feel as if they are trapped by a never-ending labyrinth of art; till Dec. 25.

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