Tetsuya Noda’s Diary is part of the exhibition, Photographic Images and Matter: Japanese Prints of the 1970s.
78-year-old Tetsuya Noda began his career in 1968 with Diary, a series which combined woodblock and silkscreen printing, and won the International Grand Prize at the 6th International Biennial Exhibition of Prints in Tokyo later the same year. He subsequently won awards at many other biennales all over the world. The Diary works made consistent use of photographs from everyday life. This artwork is part of the Photographic Images and Matter: Japanese Prints of the 1970s, currently being exhibited at Nanyang Academy of Fine Arts. The exhibition is organised by NAFA, together with Japan Creative Centre, Embassy of Japan in Singapore at NAFA’s Lim Hak Tai Gallery from 21 April to 20 May 2018. Admission is free.
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