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National Gallery of Modern Art, Bangaluru India

National Gallery of Modern Art, Bangaluru India

Inauguration at NGMA

Inauguration at NGMA

One Stroke Painting executed at NGMA

One Stroke Painting executed at NGMA

One Stroke Painting executed at NGMA

One Stroke Painting executed at NGMA

National Gallery of Modern Art, Bangaluru India

National Gallery of Modern Art, Bangaluru India

Inauguration at NGMA

Inauguration at NGMA

One Stroke Painting executed at NGMA

One Stroke Painting executed at NGMA

Handmade Brush used at NGMA

Handmade Brush used at NGMA

National Gallery of Modern Art, Bengaluru
#49 Manikyavelu Museum, Palace Road, Bengaluru - 560052
email: ngma.bengaluru@gmail.com
website: www.ngmaindia.gov.in/ngma_bangaluru.asp
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The exhibition will be on view til 8th January 2017, 10 am - 5 pm
(Closed on Mondays and National Holidays)
 

 
 
 

Again,
again, and
over again—
Picturing in my heart
erasing and picturing.

Kurikaeshi
kurikaeshi mata
kurikaeshi,
mune ni egaki tsu
keshi tsu egaki tsu.

Poem by Kaz

Within this serene snowfall                                              
one billion worlds
arise.
In each,
flurries come floating down.

淡雪の中に建てたる三千大世界またその中に泡雪ぞ降る

Awayuki no
naka ni tachi taru
michiōchi.
Mata sono naka ni
awayuki zo furu.

      Ryōkan

Kazuaki Tanahashi, born and trained in Japan, is an artist, writer, and peace and worker. As a painter and calligrapher, Kaz has had solo exhibitions of his brushwork, performed, and taught worldwide. He has created a genre of one-stroke paintings and multi color Zen circles. As a calligrapher in East Asian style, he creates works of large single ideographs. He has translated the writings of Dogen, a great Zen master of 13th century Japan and he has produced over forty books in English and Japanese.


 

Original Artworks on Exhibition are Available for Purchase

It is my pleasure to offer you paintings displayed at the National Gallery of Modern Art Bangalore. 

All prices include airmail shipping from India. 

They will be sent to you after the exhibition is over on January 8, 2017. For U.S. residents, all my pieces are handmade contemporary artworks exempted from custom duties. (Provision 9801/00/10 of Harmonized Tariff Schedule.) Most works are specified as created in my studio in Berkeley, California. When they are sent to the United States, CBP Form 3311 (Declaration for Free Entry of Returned American Products) may need to be filed. Thank you for your consideration. Kaz

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Photography from One Stroke Exhibition by Ajith Srishti, Smriti Chanchani, and Linda Hess