greatwave
Published : Wed 01/18/23 Updated : Wed 01/18/23 Category : MulvaneAnnouncements, MulvaneHome, MulvaneExhibits

Location: MAM, Main Level

This exhibition, developed by guest curator Matthew Willie Garcia, draws from the Mulvane's rich collection of Japanese woodblock prints, which the museum received in 1968 as a gift from Robert Whitcomb. Garcia takes inspiration from traditional Japanese woodblock printing (mokuhanga) in his innovative practice as a multimedia printmaker. His selections highlight the history, techniques, forms, and effects of mokuhanga, offering a fresh view of this engaging medium from the perspective of an artist.

Image left: Katsushika Hokusai, The Great Wave off Kanagawa, woodblock print
(original circa 1831; re-edition 1957)
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