• Maki Tamura

    Galleria Alessandra Bonomo

    ART REFLECTS THE MOVEMENTS that stir society, transposing them onto an expressive plane. This means that art is not merely an integral part of society, one of its vital organs; it may indeed be the only arena, the only symbolic-expressive dimension, wherein large social transformations can be recognized. This observation arises after seeing the work of Maki Tamura, a twenty-eight-year-old Japanese artist who lived in Indonesia for some time before moving to the United States. The interpenetration of cultures and the interweaving of different ways of seeing are fundamental to her works. The way

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