DOUTS "Medina, un jour de fête"
Douts (NDOYE DOUTS 1973-) is from Senegal and has been attracting attention as a rising star artist following Basquiat. With the award-winning experience at the Dakar Biennale, a festival of contemporary art, the Midori Gallery is the first in Japan to introduce Doutsu, which is a hot topic in many countries around the world.
The artist's artwork list https://www.suiha.co.jp/artists/contract-artists/ndoye_douts/
About the artwork:
Acrylic paint expresses bright primary colors in the work, and pastel subtle nuances.
The vibrant colors that make you feel the land and nature of Africa are full of life-changing souls.
In addition, various stories are hidden in the colors that he expresses.
"Blue" is an Atlantic-like color that wraps people warm in winter and brings coolness in summer. It is a color that gives vitality to our lives. "Red" is the color of passion, "Yellow" is the color that sends God's love and protects us... In addition, each color such as white, mauve, orange, and green has meaning, and the world of Douts I am making a view. In addition, the collage made of cardboard gives the work an accent.
Reference price: 650,000yen
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