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A beautifully detailed portrait of Japanese artist Shio Kusaka’s studio, the present piece gives viewers a look into the everyday experience and environment of a creative visionary and maker. Banana crates, hanging plants, and an array of hand-made ceramic pots and vases fill an otherwise ordinary studio, bringing life and an element of the personal into the space.
Published by Gagosian Gallery, London
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Jonas Wood (American, b. 1977) is a Los Angeles based-artist. His paintings are most notable for their reconsideration of the golden era of 20th century American painting, drawing fine comparisons to artists such as Edward Hopper. Linda Yablonsky from the New York Times Style Magazine has said that, “Wood has one foot in Modernist cool and the other in vibrant Pop Art.” He paints what is around him in daily life, from basketball players to living rooms, and tries to preserve the beauty he sees in these subjects and share it with the viewer.