石田徹也 Tetsuya Ishida
Tetsuya Ishida’s works depict and satirize the unrest that lurks in everyday life in modern society through the transmutative body and surreal expression. Reflecting on the current structure of Japanese society and education, it shows that Japanese young people are struggling in the impact of social changes and technology, being oppressed by the change of social structure and trying to adapt to the current situation of contemporary life.
Tetsuya Ishida (1973 – 2005) was a Japanese painter, graduated from Musashino Art University, best known for his surreal portrayal of contemporary Japanese life. His works feature three major themes: Japan’s identity and role in today’s world; Japan’s social and academic educational structures; and Japanese people’s struggles to adapt to social and technological changes in Japanese contemporary life.
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