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ABOUT THE ARTIST
Hiroshi Nakayama was born in Japan and left Japan in 1973. He is mainly self-taught as a clay artist that began in Argentina in 1976. Due to the dirty war in Argentina, he moved to the US. He won several awards and received grants. One of his artworks is in the public collection of M.F.A Boston.
ABOUT THE ART
Clay takes many million years to form. Touching clay is connecting to the history. I found the charm of clay in a village of Argentina. Working with clay is like having a conversation. What I say (touch) changes its opinion (shape) and the conversation can be viewed through the finished work of art.
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