Chihiro Minato
Artist, writer and fine art teacher in Tokyo.
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If I were asked to describe this place, I would say, "It is a place where good energy flows." I think this Japanese expression describes it perfectly. When you first visit the Idem printing studio you will be struck by a large space that you would not expect to find off a one-way street in Montparnasse. The studio overflows with light that has a particular, indescribable quality to it. It is enhanced by a mixture of smells of printing ink and paper and, more importantly, a constant vibration in the air. The cast-iron machines which have printed so many artists' creations over a hundred years are still rolling. Picasso and Matisse examined the colors as they came off the press, and discussed them with printers and young artists. Their voices have not completely disappeared; they have blended into the atmosphere particular to Idem, and that same air still vibrates when the machines turn. This is why I say "energy flows" here, like a cocktail of images and words concocted over a century.

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