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Yoshitomo Nara

Famous for a style that combines Japanese Ukiyo-e prints and Pop Art cartoons, Yoshitomo Nara is famous for his paintings, prints and sculptures of solitary, doll-like children that he uses to convey his own understanding of the duality of human nature - they are happy and sad, generous and selfish, optimistic and pessimistic, curious and confused. Nara depicts solitary, doll-like children to comment upon the unease and uncertainty of modern living, often with very adult messages.

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