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Drawings for Collectivity_020

Sale price$ 250


Colored pencil on paper | 2020

In this series, Collectivity, Gunji uses organic lines formed by the gaps between the different pieces to acknowledge the existence of invisible boundaries that we meet in everyday life. The artist purposefully creates the work with a quality that makes them appear to look like drawings; the resin emphasizing the invisible lines that give the boundaries equal recognition, as the depth, spaces, and the subject matter of the work all come into equal focus. These references can also be seen in traditional Asian art, which the artist was inspired by during the creation of this series.


12 x 9 inches


Floated: 16.5 x 13.5 x 1.5 inches


Signed by artist.

The work comes with a Certification of Authenticity signed by the Co-Founder of Tappan

Size: 12 x 9 inches
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“My works are born from Japanese concept 'Ma', means 'gap', 'space', 'pause' between things, especially the space between opposing things.”
-Tadahiro Gunji
Tadahiro Gunji

About the Artist

Tadahiro Gunji

Multi-media artist Tadahiro Gunji's abstract works in his Collectivity series focus around his use of organic lines formed by the gaps between the separate pieces, and acknowledge the existence of invisible boundaries. These gaps also represent the relationship between space and matter; each part of the work trying to remind us of the complexity and composition of all particles. Select public collections include: The Museum of Modern Art (Toyama), Rad Hourani Art Foundation, and Italy Fondazione Bevilacqua La Masa.

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Drawings for Collectivity_020 Sale price$ 250
Tadahiro Gunji


“I really love these dimensional pieces from Tadahiro Gunji. This particular piece is a great contrast of colors with the warm brown and teal + pink gradient. I'm a real fan of art that isn't set within the bounds of a rectangle or square-these dimensional pieces he creates are more objects to live with than paintings to look at. They are physical; these pieces cast shadows and the glossy surface will reflect any light in the room. I'm obsessed.”

Artwork: Collectivity 073