NANZUKA in Tokyo was home to storied artist Keiichi Tanaami’s “New Animation and Drawings” exhibition that featured his new digital animation Red Colored Bridge as well as the enormous collection of drawings considered to be the root of Tanaami’s creative work. Red Colored Bridge represents Tanaami’s various thoughts regarding “the bridge as a crossing point that passes between this world and the next.” As Tanaami explains, “For me, the profound and mystical world of the bridge poses a complex, haunting riddle. If the bridge is what separates this world from the afterworld, the border between the mundane and the divine, it must also be a place of meeting.” In addition, countless colorful works synonymous with the artist were arraigned throughout and well-received from both casual patrons and art critics alike.
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