Marcos Duprat, a Brazilian painter who is now the South American country's consul general in Japan, is holding a solo exhibition called "Light and Water" in Tokyo's Ginza through April 15.
The exhibition gathers works covering a 20-year period (1984-2004) and focuses on a recurring theme of Duprat's: humans immersed in water and light. Duprat, who has been living in Tokyo since 2000, has held more than 20 solo exhibitions in London, Paris, New York, Milan and other cities.
The exhibition is open from noon to 7 p.m. till April 15 (closed April 12) at Hibiki Gallery (Kyoei Ginza Bldg., 1F, 7-14-7 Ginza, Chuo-ku.  5565-4422). Admission is free.