Japan's artists find inspiration from pandemic

By Chris Gallagher

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That 'art' does not impress me too much, but great that artists are expressing themselves.

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Thats art??

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My favorite artist.

When his exhibition came to New York several years ago, my wife and I went to see his works. It was most fascinating and fun. We both loved his works.

Yes, we saw his famous, "My Lonesome Cowboy" (1998) too.

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Murakami Haruki - not Takashi - has been got close enough to reality by saying that world may be experiencing “a large-scale social experiment whose results could slowly spread across the entire society" but he hasn't understood it in its totality. It is REALLY a worldwide social experiment and its results CERTAINLY will spread across the entire society, and SURELY for the WORSE. It is "the biggest political hoax in history", like recently titled by the "Washington Times" newspaper. What a pity that even him has fallen into this globalist trap. Writers should help people open their eyes, not keep them closed...

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