Hiroshi Senju : Cliffs at Sundaram Tagore Gallery
Hiroshi Senju’s new masterpieces are at Sundaram Tagore Gallery, New York. March 1 – 31 2012.The images made from washi (Japanese paper) and pigment. They are another amazing new art expression based on the japanese painting method.
Hiroshi Senju, known as the “waterfall artist,” is an inter- nationally acclaimed Japanese painter who, lives in New York and has devoted his talent and energy to promote traditional Japanese paintings and techniques the world over. Senju’s latest works of magnitude include the waterfall monuments at the international terminal ofTokyo’s Haneda Airport, the cultural hall at Shibuya, the Japanese style walls for the APEC conference and an exhibition with Kaii Higashiyama, a famous Japanese artist of the late 20th century. He is also busy passing on his talents to younger generations as the Director of Kyoto University of Art and Design. In our interview, we asked him to give us his take on art and Japanese culture.