We Use Facebook, This Artist Uses Prints
Visit the Ayala Museum for free tomorrow and see how a Japanese artist documents his everyday life
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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