Kusho by Shinichi Maruyama

In the work of Shinichi Maruyama, Chinese calligraphy meets Jackson Polluck.  Kusho, the name of the exhibit, means “sky”. Here is Maruyama’s essay on the source and sensation of this work: As a young student, I often wrote Chinese characters in sumi ink. I loved the nervous, precarious feeling of sitting before an empty whiteContinue reading “Kusho by Shinichi Maruyama”