Japanese native Kawaguchi focuses on the uniqueness of New York City, fascinated with the City’s ability to not only tolerate many nationalities, but to use its diversity as an asset in creating a culture where everyone is very different. The exhibition consists of silkscreen prints on paper and mixed media on wood panel.

I like to focus on the uniqueness of New York City, and am fascinated with the City’s ability to not only tolerate many nationalities, but to use its diversity as an asset in creating a culture where everyone is very different. For this exhibition, I have incorporated into my artwork the Brooklyn Public Library entrance sculptures, which represent famous American authors and book characters, using silkscreens on paper and mixed media on wood panel.

Noboo Kawaguchi, BPL ExhibitionNoboo Kawaguchi is a graduate of both the Nakanoshima Art School and the Visual Design Department of the Tokyo Designer Gakuin College, and received a Certificate of Fine Arts from Parsons The New School for Design. After working as a graphic designer and an art director in Tokyo, Noboo came to America to pursue her full time art career in New York City.

Email: noboo@nobookawaguchi.com
Website: nobookawaguchi.com

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