Japanese artist Toko Shinoda studied calligraphy from the age of six, gradually evolving her own style of avant-garde expression. In the mid-1950s, Shinoda went to New York where she was introduced to the Abstract Expressionist School. It not difficult to trace the School's influences in Shinoda's crisp and bold strokes, which became hallmarks of her art. This is the catalogue for the solo exhibition of her paintings and lithographs, under the theme 'vermillion'. Artist biography is included.
With forewords by Toshio Hara and David Rockefeller.
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