Shiseido Art Egg: Madoka Furuhashi Exhibition

Shiseido Gallery

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Madoka Furuhashi began her career in architecture and since moving into the world of art, she has come to render everyday objects into art works in a way that investigates the very sites and frameworks for defining art. Examples of her work include an installation utilizing objects she found left behind in her rented house in London, arranging along with photographs, half-broken furniture and kitchen utensils left by past inhabitants. For this exhibition, her first solo show in Japan, she exhibits new works created from used everyday objects collected in Japan, such as fish bowls and insect cages, as well as agricultural implements. She explores the stories that surround such objects, drawing forth their inherent power.
[Image: Madoka Furuhashi “Obelisk III (You Don’t Know What You Are Looking At When You Are Looking At It)” (2013)]

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Artist Talk
Date: 8th March 14:00-14:30
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from March 07, 2014 to March 30, 2014



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