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We Use Facebook, This Artist Uses Prints

Visit the Ayala Museum for free tomorrow and see how a Japanese artist documents his everyday life

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In this era of social networking, it isn’t unusual for our friends to frequently post photos of the mundane happenings of our lives—a laughing baby, a just-read book, our lunch, a selfie—on Facebook, Instagram, or Snapchat. But for renowned contemporary Japanese artist Tetsuya Noda, documenting the ordinary details of his daily life is something he has done for almost 50 years.

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