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Tetsuya Noda

October 10 -  November 19, 2023 
ARDEL Gallery of Modern Art
(Boromrachachonnanee Road)

Tetsuya Noda is a Japanese artist of the era who has spent half of a century creating intricate works of art through several complex processes. His works have been included in the collections of many world-renowned museums and institutions. Tetsuya has a unique style of art that blends both Western and Eastern tastes seamlessly. He personally cooks up his creations by using the photos he has taken and an inventive combination of traditional woodblock and screenprint techniques. He utilized the Gestetner machine, known as the Roneo machine in Thailand, to create the stencil that is used for silk screen printing, before applying the collage technique to rearrange the composition displayed in the artwork. The soft and heavy atmosphere from the monochromic light and tones among the unoccupied sense of mystery manifests a remarkable aesthetic that cannot be duplicated by any artificial intelligence.

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At 83 years old, Tetsuya Noda is still a skilled artist who continues to create art and hold exhibitions every year, even amidst the challenges of the COVID-19 pandemic. He captures the pandemic through the perspective of an observer and carefully chooses moments to depict as art, which is not just a sheer recording of daily events or the artist's personal diary. The titles of his works are not mere dates; "Diary" represents an artistic creation that will stand the test of time.

All Exhibitions

Thongchai Srisukprasert

December 3, 2020 - January 10, 2021

Charit Pusiri

November 5 - December 12, 2020

24 Artists

October 14 - November 15, 2020

Jureeporn & Omsiree

September 16 - October 17, 2020

Ruthairat Kumsrichan

September 1 - October 4, 2020

Lugpliw Junpudsa

July 16 - August 22, 2020

Keisei Kobayashi

February 6 - March 15, 2020

Supattanawadee Muanta

January 23 - February 29, 2020

Theekawut and Warawut

November 7 - December 14, 2019

Yutt Puektasajatum

November 12 - December 15, 2019

Image of the City and Reflections of People

June 15 - July 21, 2019

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