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    Art Brokerage: Tadaki Kuwayama Japanese Artist: b. 1932. Tadaaki Kuwayama, was born 1932 in Nagoya. He studied nihonga painting at the Tokyo National University of Art. Dissatisfied with the constraints of traditional practice, he and his wife, the artist Rakuko Naito, moved to New York City in 1958. He soon developed a minimalist aesthetic, which at first consisted of two vivid colors juxtaposed in horizontal and vertical compositions, as well as monochromatic panels divided by thin strips of chrome. In 1961 and 1962, he had solo exhibitions at the famed Green Gallery, which showcased other influential artists of the day, including Ralph Humphrey, Dan Flavin, and Robert Morris. Kuwayama’s work attained broad recognition, and was featured in the Guggenheim Museum’s legendary Systemic Painting exhibition in 1966. Kuwayama’s work is featured in the collections of over forty major museums. Listings wanted by Art Brokerage.

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