Tetsuya Noda
393 Diary: Jan. 18th, ‘98
Woodcut Silkscreen, ed. 30

His innovative method of printmaking involves photographs scanned through a mimeograph machine and then printed using traditional woodblock techniques on a wood-engraving background. Although this mixed-media technique is quite prosaic today, Noda was the first artist to initiate this breakthrough.—Andrew Bae Gallery

Tetsuya Noda

393 Diary: Jan. 18th, ‘98

Woodcut Silkscreen, ed. 30

His innovative method of printmaking involves photographs scanned through a mimeograph machine and then printed using traditional woodblock techniques on a wood-engraving background. Although this mixed-media technique is quite prosaic today, Noda was the first artist to initiate this breakthrough.—Andrew Bae Gallery

Asian contemporary art Japanese Contemporary Art Woodcut Japanese Woodcut Silkscreen Screen Print Tetsuya Noda Printmaking and Photography Contemporary printmaking Japan Andrew Bae Gallery Chicago Galleries

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