Ohya is an artist who captures the “beauty of imperfection” and the “turbulent feelings of youth” using vivid but simple imagery. In the works of Ohya, viewers are confronted with objects in daily life such as utensils used in the kitchen or the bathroom, as well as young girls who only present ambiguous feelings. These carefully laid out images painted in striking air brushed colors over a white background, create a space that is unsettling, emphasizing the anxieties of the fleeting youth of the expressionless girls.
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