The Mayor Gallery in London is exhibiting works by Japanese artist Tadaaki Kuwayama through a solo show titled “Radical Neutrality”, exhibition will run from June 7 through July 28, 2017.The work of Tadaaki Kuwayama (b. 1932 Nagoya, Japan) is characterised by “radical neutrality,” as art historian Michio Hayashi describes it. Since the early 1960s, Kuwayama has adamantly broken from existing modes of artistic expression in order to create neutral art, which means, the artist removes all the characteristics from a painting to the degree where you can no longer judge the painting with aesthetic conventions. His most representative work from the mid-1960s comprised of four equivalent squares, each framed by aluminium strips and bordered by thin black lines. His remarkably neutral panels challenge people, as they can no longer judge his painting as “good or bad.” In order to fully appreciate Kuwayama’s artworks, the viewers need to leave one’s own conventional ideas behind.The exhibition is at The Mayor Gallery, 21 Cork Street, First Floor, London, W1S 3LZ. For details, visit: www.mayorgallery.comClick on the slideshow for a sneak peek at the exhibition.