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Dec. 7-Jan. 26, 2020

In 1921, Kazuo Sakata (1889-1956) was first introduced to abstract painting during a trip to France, where he studied art under Fernand Leger, and then stayed for over a decade. After his return to Japan in 1933 he continued to create avant-garde works in his hometown of Okayama, established the art group Avant-Garde Okayama and helped nurture young and emerging artists.

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