Kenichiro Takahisa
Kenichiroさんの他のアイデア
Masaaki Yamada (1929-2010) / "Work C.77", 1960, The National Museum of Modern Art, Tokyo

Masaaki Yamada (1929-2010) / "Work C.77", 1960, The National Museum of Modern Art, Tokyo

Daniel Wurtzel / "Magic Carpet"

Daniel Wurtzel / "Magic Carpet"

沢庵宗彭 (Takuan Sōhō, a major figure in the Rinzai school of Zen Buddhism. 1573-1645) / "円相像 (En-sō-zō)", 1965 / Takuan painted the dash in the circle. The circle and calligraphy are not by himself.

沢庵宗彭 (Takuan Sōhō, a major figure in the Rinzai school of Zen Buddhism. 1573-1645) / "円相像 (En-sō-zō)", 1965 / Takuan painted the dash in the circle. The circle and calligraphy are not by himself.

廓庵師遠 (Kuòān Shīyuǎn, Jp. Kaku-an Shi-en) / "十牛図 人牛倶忘 (Jp.Ju-gyu-zu Nin-gyu-gu-bou / Ten Bulls, Both Bull and Self Transcended)",  12th century, China

廓庵師遠 (Kuòān Shīyuǎn, Jp. Kaku-an Shi-en) / "十牛図 人牛倶忘 (Jp.Ju-gyu-zu Nin-gyu-gu-bou / Ten Bulls, Both Bull and Self Transcended)", 12th century, China

Ha Chong-Hyun (b. 1935) /  "Untit­led 72-C", 1972, Barbed wire on panel, 120 x 240 cm, Courtesy The George Economou Collection.

Ha Chong-Hyun (b. 1935) / "Untit­led 72-C", 1972, Barbed wire on panel, 120 x 240 cm, Courtesy The George Economou Collection.

Kim Whanki (1913-1974) / “Where, in What Form, Shall We Meet Again, 16-IV-70 #166” (Gallery Hyundai)

Kim Whanki (1913-1974) / “Where, in What Form, Shall We Meet Again, 16-IV-70 #166” (Gallery Hyundai)

Carolus Enckell / "Ikon", 2008. Öljy ja vaha alumiinilevylle, 115,7 x 106,2 cm.

Carolus Enckell / "Ikon", 2008. Öljy ja vaha alumiinilevylle, 115,7 x 106,2 cm.

SYLVAN LIONNI / "Letter, Legal, Legal", 14" x 18",  Urethane on Aluminum with  spray painted aluminum pushpins, 2012

SYLVAN LIONNI / "Letter, Legal, Legal", 14" x 18", Urethane on Aluminum with spray painted aluminum pushpins, 2012

SYLVAN LIONNI / "Letter, Legal, Letter", 17" x 28", Urethane on Aluminum with spray painted aluminum pushpins, 2012

SYLVAN LIONNI / "Letter, Legal, Letter", 17" x 28", Urethane on Aluminum with spray painted aluminum pushpins, 2012

仙厓義梵 (Sengai Gibon, a Japanese monk of the Rinzai school, 1750-1837) / "○△□", 28.4×48.1cm, Idemitsu Museum of Art

仙厓義梵 (Sengai Gibon, a Japanese monk of the Rinzai school, 1750-1837) / "○△□", 28.4×48.1cm, Idemitsu Museum of Art