Tadaaki Kuwayama

Japan 1932

Minimal Art, Color Field

Tadaaki Kuwayama
Tadaaki Kuwayama
February 20, 2013
Ok, I know it's so damn corny to quote somebody just to describe yourself, let alone Confucius, but this quote says all about my relationship with Widewalls, so forgive me for doing this: Choose a job you love, and you will never have to work a day in your life. Am I forgiven?

Tadaaki Kuwayama is a Japanese artist initially inspired by a traditional Japanese nihonga painting, just to become a prominent representative of Color Field and Minimalism – upon his moving to NY in the 60s. He experimented with titanium, aluminum, Mylar and Bakelite.

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