Teppei Takeda is a Japanese artist-painter who creates abstract portraits: The subjects are painted in such a way that it is impossible to identify their faces, but only the clothes they’re wearing. The artist, thanks to his bright brushstrokes full of colors, blurs the tracks of their identity, thus making them anonymous in front of the public. The first exhibition of his works took place in 2016, in a Japanese gallery. His new exhibition, entitled “Paintings of Paintings” is visible until October 12 in the small library Morioka Shoten Ginza, Tokyo.