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KURODA Daisuke "The Absent History of Sculpture"

OPEN SITE 2017-2018

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  • Date:
    2017.12.09(Sat) - 2018.01.28(Sun)
    Closed:
    12/11・18・25、12/29~1/3 、1 /9
    Time:
    11:00 - 19:00
    Admission:
    Free
    Organize:
    Tokyo Metropolitan Foundation for History and Culture, Museum of Contemporary Art Tokyo, Arts Program and Residency Division
    Venue:
    Tokyo Arts and Space Hongo
    Artist:
    KURODA Daisuke

As an otaku of an artist named HASHIMOTO Heihachi since his teens, KURODA Daisuke has long followed Hashimoto's ideas and work which is clearly presented in his art. By contrasting the philosophy of Hashimoto with contemporary artworks it inspired, this exhibition presents a margin between the two in which becomes "An Absent History of Sculpture."

■Events
TBA

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wind in the ground, 2016 (photo: KIOKU Keizo )


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Regarding the Choji-gamazumi, 2016


■Profile

Born in Kyoto. Under the theme of "Making a New Nature," Kuroda has been producing videos, sculptures, and installations that focus on physical conditions of topography and climate, and the human stories of history. He is currently researching the history of modern sculpture in East Asia.


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