Natural imagery is a longstanding tradition within Japanese art of all forms—for centuries, artists in Japan have pondered the relationship between humans and their environment. In Forces of Nature: Ecology in Japanese Prints, Japanese artists grapple with more recent ecological disasters, including the 2011 Tōhoku earthquake and tsunami and the Fukushima nuclear disaster. This series of prints, including vibrant works by pop artist Aoshima Chiho, ranges from frank depictions of everyday life to dystopic visions and dreamy abstractions.
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