A Japanese-German artist born in Cologne, Germany, Kota Ezawa relies on digital technology to create his own versions of historically iconic imagery in a variety of media, ranging from collages to light boxes to prints. By flattening and streamlining these historical images in his distinctive style, he recontextualizes them and calls into question our relationship to our collective memory.
Mr. Ezawa currently lives and works in San Francisco. His work can be found in the permanent collections of the Museum of Modern Art and the Metropolitan Museum of Art, both in New York, the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art, and elsewhere. He is represented by the Cheryl Haines Gallery in San Francisco and the Christopher Grimes Gallery in Los Angeles.
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Black and white aquatint etching
with chine collé
Somerset white paper
Paper size 24" x 27½"
Edition of 35
Color Aquatint Etching, 19 ½” x 23”, Somerset white paper, Edition of 35