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Akira Inumaru

Ignis Faatus D, 2015

Photography : silver print 23.6 x 23.6 inch

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Akira Inumaru, Ignis Faatus D

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Area corp • Paris, France

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Dimensions cm inch
23.6 x 23.6 inch
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Not framed
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Numbered and limited to 8 copies
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Akira Inumaru

Akira Inumaru

France • Born in: 1984

Classically-Inspired Illustrative Artists

Tropical-Style Painters

Painters

Draughtsmen Artists

French artists

Born in 1984 in Ibaraki, Japan, Akira Inumaru practiced his art in Tokyo before his departure for France in 2009. Since his arrival in France, Akira Inumaru has developed what is at the same time a technique and a principle of reflection : the Solar Distillations. After drawing and painting masterfully, he continues his drawing using the energy of the sun. Using a magnifying glass, he burns the first layers of paper to reveal what the light of the sun created with its power...
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