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Jan. 6-Feb. 25

The witty and humorous photography of Tsuyoshi Ozawa is inspired by his everyday observations and knowledge of art history. For this large-scale solo exhibition, Ozawa’s more recent installations evoke Japanese art history and focuses on plaster figures and plaster-figure dessin (sketching), an art-teaching method that was introduced to Japan from Europe during the early Meiji Era (1868-1912) and still plays an important role in education today.

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