Seiko Tachibana. Fractal. 19 May - 10 July 21

Seiko Tachibana. Fractal. 19 May - 10 July 21

Seiko Tachibana Fractal BannerSeiko Tachibana. Fractal.
19 May - 10 July 21

Northern Print is pleased to present an exhibition of intaglio prints by Seiko Tachibana. This is the first solo exhibition of Tachibana’s work in the UK.

Seiko Tachibana’s intaglio prints have a poetic beauty that explores the essential patterns of life. With delicate repeated marks and richly hued ‘blooms’, the images suggest both a world in microcosm as well as the immensity of the universe. The technical skill, poise and profound beauty of these works shows the traditional qualities of Japanese printmaking which continue to captivate today.

Seiko describes her work:

‘Many great minds have been captivated by the concept of a single unifying principle that governs the all that is our universe, a principle in which all things are connected by a universal truth. While we often associate this inquiry with the sciences and philosophy, it is also an important influence in the arts.’

The exhibition presents a number of prints and artist books. All the works in the exhibition are available for sale, alongside a number of other unframed works by Seiko.

You can browse and purchase a large selection of Seiko's prints from Northern Print here.

Northern Print is a member of the Own Art scheme and can arrange interest free loans for the purchase of these prints. All profit from gallery sales goes back into Northern Print which is a registered charity.


Seiko Tachibana was born in Osaka, Japan and completed her Masters of Art Education at Kobe University, Japan. She lives and works in USA after moving there to complete a Masters of Fine Art at San Francisco Art Institute. Tachibana’s work has shown internationally and can also be found in the Los Angeles County Museum, Fine Art Museums of San Francisco the Legion of the Honor, Portland Art Museum as well as a number of other museums, institutions and private collections throughout USA, Europe and Japan. She has since received many awards including Wallace Alexander Gerbode Foundation Award.



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