Lutra Gallery獭獭画廊十分荣幸与日本艺术家牧田纯Jun Makita再次合作，呈现其在中国的首个个人作品展。本次展览将展出牧田纯的12件作品，以动物与自然为主要创作题材，通过艺术家细腻的笔触展现“绘本”式的风格创作，在毛绒质感的动物们向左向右看的眼神中，为天真无邪与寂寞侷促的两种细腻情绪共存，找寻合理的情感宣泄出口。
The human face is made up of about 44 muscles, and skeletal nerves intertwine and interact with each other to form microexpressions that reveal our true emotions. By psychological definition, a person's microexpressions are a more realistic reflection of their inner psychology than their words, and the shift of their eyes to the left and right during communication can reveal unconscious information out of control.
Among the theories about the nature of art, the subjective spirit theory holds that art is "the expression of self-consciousness" and "the impulse of life ontology". Through anthropomorphic animal images, emotions are "figurative" that can be expressed through artistic language.
Lutra Gallery is proud to collaborate again with Japanese artist Junjun Makita to present his first solo exhibition in China. This exhibition will showcase ranch Tian Chun 12 pieces, with animals and nature as the main subject matter, by presenting a "picture books" artist exquisite brushwork style creation, the soft texture of the animals to the left to the right look in the eyes, for the innocent co-exist with the two kinds of exquisite feelings of loneliness and constraint, to find reasonable emotional outlet.