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Meltdown

Meltdown

Ikeda Manabu

Artist’s Statement: "I created Meltdown in 2012, inspired by the 2011 earthquake in Japan. The earthquake caused an enormous tsunami, which struck and demolished the nuclear power plant in Fukushima, Japan. A massive amount of radiation was released and contaminated the environment."
Artist
Ikeda Manabu
(Japanese, b. 1973)
Title
Meltdown
Date
2013
Medium
Acrylic ink on paper mounted on board
Dimensions
48 x 48 in. image
Credit
Colonel Rex W. and Maxine Schuster Radsch Endowment fund purchase
Accession No.
2013.24
Classification
Drawings & Watercolors
Geography
Japan

Related

  • Chazen Museum of Art. "Three Directions: teamLab - Tenmyouya Hisashi - Ikeda Manabu." Madison: Chazen Museum of Art, 2014. pp. 60-61
  • Manabu, Ikeda. "IKEDA Manabu: The Pen." Kyoto: Seigensha Art Publishing, Inc., 2017. pp. 17-19, 164

  • Faculty Exhibition 2020: Chazen Museum of Art, 2/1/2020–7/31/2020
  • IKEDA Manabu: The Pen - Condensed Universe: Mizuma Art Gallery; Asahi Shimbun, 1/20/2017–10/9/2017
  • Garden of Unearthly Delights: Works by Ikeda, Tenmyouya & teamLab: Japan Society, 10/10/2014–1/11/2015
  • Ikeda Manabu and Tenmyouya Hisashi: Chazen Museum of Art, 12/13/2013–2/16/2014
  • Manabu Ikeda: Meltdown: The West Vancouver Museum, 1/19/2013–2/23/2013

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