On view in ‘Imayō: Japan’s New Traditionists,’ Someya Satoshi’s ‘Ms. Omushiruyo,’ (left

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On view in ‘Imayō: Japan’s New Traditionists,’ Someya Satoshi’s ‘Ms. Omushiruyo,’ (left

On view in ‘Imayō: Japan’s New Traditionists,’ Someya Satoshi’s ‘Ms. Omushiruyo,’ (left

On view in ‘Imayō: Japan’s New Traditionists,’ Someya Satoshi’s ‘Ms. Omushiruyo,’ (left) and ‘Mr. Owanjuzaburō,’ (right) both reference Japanese folk tales in which everyday objects, tools, and utensils are bewitched or come to life as mischievous imps. #japaneseart #contemporaryart

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