Tadasky (Tadasuke Kuwayama), ‘N103’, 2011, Painting, Acrylic on canvas, David Richard Gallery
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N103, 2011

Acrylic on canvas
30 × 30 in
76.2 × 76.2 cm
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New York, Santa Fe
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Tadasky (Tadasuke Kuwayama)
Japanese, b. 1935
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Exploding onto the New York art scene in the early 1960s, Tadasuke Kuwayama, known as Tadasky, was selling his Op art paintings to the Museum of Modern Art and architect Philip Johnson shortly after moving from Japan. Master of the circle, Tadasky worked almost exclusively in concentric rings on square canvases, producing seemingly infinite variations. By tweaking colors and widths, Tadasky caused color to appear to fluctuate, his circles to pop off of the canvas and into the viewer’s space.

Tadasky (Tadasuke Kuwayama), ‘N103’, 2011, Painting, Acrylic on canvas, David Richard Gallery
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Tadasky (Tadasuke Kuwayama)
Japanese, b. 1935
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Exploding onto the New York art scene in the early 1960s, Tadasuke Kuwayama, known as Tadasky, was selling his Op art paintings to the Museum of Modern Art and architect Philip Johnson shortly after moving from Japan. Master of the circle, Tadasky worked almost exclusively in concentric rings on square canvases, producing seemingly infinite variations. By tweaking colors and widths, Tadasky caused color to appear to fluctuate, his circles to pop off of the canvas and into the viewer’s space.

N103, 2011

Acrylic on canvas
30 × 30 in
76.2 × 76.2 cm
Contact For Price
Location
New York, Santa Fe
Have a question? Visit our help center.
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