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TOMIHIRO KONO

The roaring 1920-1930s Dadaism and Surrealism movement inform Timihiro‘s creative flow. He brainstorms his head pieces taking after another nuance of expressionism called “assemblage” (makes three dimensional compositions using found objects), which took place after World War II.  Naturally, Kono’s work solicits self expression on a performance level.  Dixie Rose

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