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"Orb" painting by Masakatsu Sashie: http://sal-s.com/art/art.html

Apocalyptic Sphere Art - Maybe I’ve watched too much bad sci-fi, but Masakatsu Sashie’s orb paintings remind me of a world in which a civilization is taken down.

Teasers: Masakatsu Sashie – “Invisible Hand” @ Mizuma Gallery

Sashie Masakatsu National Holyday 2011 Oil on Canvas

Masakatsu Sashie - Jonathan Levine Gallery

The Strange Floating Garbage Piles of Artist Masakatsu Sashie - John Metcalfe - The Atlantic Cities

Part futuristic and nostalgic, part triumphant and tragic, part pop art and architectural Masakatsu Sashie’s tremendous paintings are depictions of decaying civilizations punctuated–and possibly being observed by–giant, self-contained, floating spheres. His work, besides being visually strong, conjures up many a question: is this time after civilization, is this an entirely pessimistic view of our current state and, most of all, why is a dystopian future so hard to look away from?

Part futuristic and nostalgic, part triumphant and tragic, part pop art and architectural Masakatsu Sashie’s tremendous paintings are depictions of decaying

monde post apocalyptique structures sphériques 1 Le monde post apocalyptique de Masakatsu Sashie

le monde post-apocalyptique de Masakatsu Sashie

Japanese artist Sashie Masakatsu creates surreal paintings in which ramshackle orb structures float above post-apocalyptic, rubble-strewn landscapes

Spherical Floating Orb Painting by Masakatsu Sashie

Masakatsu Sashie is a Japanese painter, born in 1974 in Kanazawa. His paintings of spherical structures floating above rubble on the streets, envision a future where environmental disasters have made the cities depicted uninhabitable.

Teasers: Masakatsu Sashie – “Invisible Hand” @ Mizuma Gallery

Teasers: Masakatsu Sashie – “Invisible Hand” @ Mizuma Gallery

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