Introducing the newest exhibition at Art for Thought, featuring the talented artist Tetsuo Iida and his latest collection, "too fast, too accidental." From March 6th to March 11th, immerse yourself in Iida's thought-provoking pieces that explore the limitations of capitalism and the need for new values in society. With a background in finance and a passion for social awareness, Iida's artworks speak to the heart of our current reality. Don't miss this opportunity to see his works from 2011 to 2016, all in one place.
ARTIST'S INTRODUCTION / STATEMENT
During exhibition hours from 11:00 to 18:00, take your time exploring Iida's pieces, including "Ambivalent Images," "Mutation," and "Capitalism and Beyond." With a strong focus on the theme of new value systems, Iida's pieces confront society's widening gap in social and economic class. Take a moment to engage with each piece, from their titles to their visual elements, and find yourself immersed in a conversation about the world we live in today. Please note that the gallery is closed on Sundays and holidays. Don't miss your chance to experience Tetsuo Iida's thought-provoking collection, "too fast, too accidental," at Art for Thought.
2010 「Ambivalent Images Ⅱ」 ACT
2011 「melting borders」 ACT
2012 「Color Code」 ACT
2013 「Mutation」 ACT
2014 「Mixed」 ACT
2015 「Doubt the Boundaries」 ACT
2016 「Capitalism and Beyond」 ACT