Hajime Sorayama "1970-2010" Exhibition NYC

Esteemed Japanese artist Hajime Sorayama will be bringing his talents to the states next month

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Esteemed Japanese artist Hajime Sorayama will be bringing his talents to the states next month as the Gering & Lopez Gallery in New York City announce an upcoming retrospective solo show. Titled 1970-2010, the exhibition will highlight past and present work from Sorayama, known for the hyper-realistic images of women he creates using brush, pencil, acrylic and paint. Stay tuned for exact dates, although at the moment the exhibition is listed for January 2011 through February 2011.

Gering & Lopez Gallery
730 Fifth Avenue
New York, NY 10019
United States
Tel: 646.336.7183

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