Tajima Hiroyuki at the IMA 

So much is happening at the Indianapolis Museum of Art this spring. Opening April 11 is an exhibit exploring the work of Tajima Hiroyuki (1911—1984). Hiroyuki is widely regarded as an important s?saku hanga (creative print) movement artist. Traditional Japanese woodblock prints were collaboratively produced by a team of skilled artisans directed by a publisher, but in s?saku hanga the artist designed, carved and printed his creations by himself. The creative print movement was, in part, a response to Western ideas of originality and individual artistic expression. The free show will be up through Oct. 11. The IMA is located at 4000 Michigan Road. For information: 317-923-1331, www.imamuseum.org.

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