Masako Takahashi ('74): hand-dyed and hand-spun woolen sculptures intended as playful antidotes to stress, and "hair text" pieces, stitched with Takahashi's own hair. Takahashi, an American of Japanese ancestry, lives and works in San Francisco. She has maintained a studio in Mexico since 1984." />

"Antidote": The Art of Masako Takahashi


10:00 am-5:00 pm    Add
C.V. Starr East Asian Library

The Center for Japanese Studies presents "Antidote," by artist Masako Takahashi ('74): hand-dyed and hand-spun woolen sculptures intended as playful antidotes to stress, and "hair text" pieces, stitched with Takahashi's own hair. Takahashi, an American of Japanese ancestry, lives and works in San Francisco. She has maintained a studio in Mexico since 1984.

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