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Intricate pop art by Keiichi Tanaachi

When Japanese artist Keiichi Tanaami fell deathly ill at the age of 45, he often had hallucinations from the medications he took. The incident went on to inspire him and made him aware of just how fragile life can be. He is now exhibiting 12 of his acrylic paintings in Singapore’s Mizuma Gallery.

Acrylic paintings by Japan-based Keiichi Tanaachi
Acrylic paintings by Japan-based Keiichi Tanaachi
Acrylic paintings by Japan-based Keiichi Tanaachi
Acrylic paintings by Japan-based Keiichi Tanaachi
Acrylic paintings by Japan-based Keiichi Tanaachi
Acrylic paintings by Japan-based Keiichi Tanaachi
Acrylic paintings by Japan-based Keiichi Tanaachi

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