“I saw nothing”, Masaaki Sugita (JP)

About the artist:

The detailed and slightly absurd works by Masaaki Sugita’s are reminiscent of the works of Salvador Dali and Alice in Wonderland-esque fairy tales. In his prints, Sugita travels into a feverish yet beautiful dream landscape where the disturbed and the subconscious mingle to create a fascinating tale. Sugita uses one of the oldest technique of printmaking- copper engraving with burin, a historical factor that is evident in his terrific technique and defined expression.  


Artist: Masaaki Sugita (JP)

Title: “I saw nothing”

Material/Technique: burin

Edition: max 100

Year: 2018

Image Size: 11.7 x 10.7 cm

Paper Size: 20 x 20 cm

Price: 150 euro +35% Import/taxfees to the EU

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