Kishio Suga “Situated Latency”

Museum of Contemporary Art, Tokyo

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Kishio Suga (1944- ) is one of the leading artists of the Monoha movement that flourished in the years around 1970. Using stone, wood and sheet metal, the installations he creates within a space consist not merely of the relationship between substances, but also of the minute and free relational structure between the space and materials as an object. Through the intervention of his creativity, the space becomes vitalized and this can be said to represent the true essence of SUGA’s work. Using the viewpoint of the formation of this kind of ‘relationship’, this exhibition tries to revive the richness of the seventies within the present day.

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Schedule

from January 24, 2015 to March 22, 2015

Artist(s)

Kishio Suga

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