@manuel.m.gil  pointed me to this great piece as it reminded him of my Chamomile Fields. Funny how individual searches come to similar conclusions, right? The other day one of my professors was telling me about imaginary dialogues: I see this visual reference, and you answer with another one. Electrified by the possibilities (it reminded me a bit of Tambi, a digital project from a while ago). - Via @frank.maresca with @repostapp
#HiroyukiDoi. Untitled, 2015. #Ink on #washi. 38 x 25 in (96.5 x 63.5 cm).
@riccomaresca will be showing Doi's work at the upcoming @outsiderartfair in New York. 
Visit us at booth 12 (January 19-22). Metropolitan Pavilion: 125 W 18 St.
Doi (b. 1946) follows in the tradition of the great draftsmen of Japan’s past; using an archival Japanese ink pen, he creates meticulous works made of tiny circles that grow organically to become complex compositions, embodying a spiritual preoccupation with the relationship between the smallest part and the whole; from cellular biology to the cosmos. #contemporaryart #japaneseart #abstractart #worksonpaper #SelfTaughtArt #OutsiderArt #artNYC  #OAFNY2017 #RiccoMaresca #FrankMarescaArt
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