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Virtual Conversation: Noda Tetsuya | October 23, 2020

A woodblock and silkscreen print by Noda Tetsuya. In this print, Tetsuya depicts himself looking directly at the viewer and holding a small book or piece of paper in front of part of his face.

Japanese print artist Noda Tetsuya and his wife, Dorit Bartur, discuss the intersections of his private life and public career with Janice Katz, Roger L. Weston Associate Curator of Japanese Art at the Art Institute of Chicago.

This event was recorded on October 23, 2020, in conjunction with the exhibition Noda Tetsuya: My Life in Print.

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