Noi Sawaragi: Notes on Art and Current Events 101

“Smallness” and “largeness” – On Tatsuo Kawaguchi’s “relations” I’ve recently had the opportunity to view in succession a number of old and new works by Tatsuo Kawaguchi.

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Noi Sawaragi: Notes on Art and Current Events 100

Back to ‘The Art of Ground Zero’ – War, Plague, Nuclear Energy On March 11 this year, eleven years after the Tohoku earthquake and tsunami, I was standing on a piece of vacant land in Tomioka, Fukushima. However, it was not the first time I had visited this site.View More >

Review: Voice of Void by Ho Tzu Nyen

Text: Jung-Yeon Ma Ho Tzu Nyen’s solo exhibition “Voice of Void” was presented at the Yamaguchi Center for Arts and Media [YCAM] from April 3 to July 4, 2021. At the beginning of the talk with the artist and the production team held at the opening of the exhibition, the question was posed: “Why the Kyoto School now?” …View More >

RONI HORN

EVERYWHERE DIFFERENTLY (CONDENSED) — By Andrew Maerkle
“I think of androgyny more as a multiplying than a doubling per se. I never had a strong identification with the two genders I was offered when I was growing up. I see shades of gender, degrees toward the masculine and degrees toward the feminine and everything in between. And I was somewhere in between, feeling like I had the best of both sides without being either.”View More >

SACHIKO KAZAMA

NEVERENDING NEVERENDING STORIES — By Andrew Maerkle
“My idea was to produce a reportage painting that would chronicle Japan’s relationship with nuclear power. I think it’s the same for anybody, but something that starts out as a shocking event will fade from memory over the years. In order to resist that, I wanted to make a reportage painting ghastly enough to immediately recall the terror and foreboding of the time for viewers.”View More >

HO TZU NYEN

LEAP BEYOND VOID – By Andrew Maerkle
"How does Buddhism get wrapped up in the techniques of violence and killing of samurai culture, which in many ways culminated in kamikaze culture? This led me to a kind of inconsistency at the root of Kyoto School philosophy. For example, Kitaro Nishida’s foundational concept of zettai mu, or “absolute nothingness”: it is absolute but nothing at the same time."View More >

ROSA BARBA

DOUBLE WHISTLER — By Andrew Maerkle
“In recent years I’ve been struck by the affinities between astronomy and cinema. On one level, both engage with concepts of light, time, and distance. Indeed, it could be argued that both astronomy and cinema are essentially composed of only these elements. On yet another level, both can be understood as sharing, in different ways, fundamental aspects of uncertainty and speculation.”View More >

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NEWS: Simon Fujiwara”Who the Baer”@PRADA Aoyama

Simon Fujiwara exhibited  in “Who the Baer” held at PRADA Aoyama Venue : PRADA AoyamaExhibition Dates: 15th October,2022 – 30th January, 2023 Admission fee :FREE PRADA Aoyama>>

Simon Fujiwara exhibited  in “Who the Baer” held at PRADA Aoyama Venue : PRADA AoyamaExhibition Dates: 15th October,2022 – 30th January, 2023 Admission fee :FREE PRADA Aoyama>>

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EXHIBITION:Ryoji IKEDA”data.gram”

TARO NASU is pleased to announce Ryoji IKEDA’s solo exhibition, entitled “data.gram”. data.gram 36 [supercluster] ©︎Ryoji Ikeda Courtesy of TARO NASU Ryoji IKEDA “data.gram” October 14th -November 12th 2022 Closed on Sun., Mon., and Public Holidays TARO NASU>>  

TARO NASU is pleased to announce Ryoji IKEDA’s solo exhibition, entitled “data.gram”. data.gram 36 [supercluster] ©︎Ryoji Ikeda Courtesy of TARO NASU Ryoji IKEDA “data.gram” October 14th -November 12th 2022 Closed on Sun., Mon., and Public Holidays TARO NASU>>  

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NEWS: Koichi Enomoto ” FaN Week” @ Fukuoka Art Museum

NIGHT DRIVE Everyday life goes on! Foolishly!, 2020 ©︎Koichi Enomoto Courtesy of TARO NASU Photo by Kei Okano Kazuma Ieiri Collection Koichi Enomoto  exhibited  in “FaN Week” held at Fukuoka Art Museum. Venue : Fukuoka Art MuseumExhibition Dates: 23rd SeptemberView More >

NIGHT DRIVE Everyday life goes on! Foolishly!, 2020 ©︎Koichi Enomoto Courtesy of TARO NASU Photo by Kei Okano Kazuma Ieiri Collection Koichi Enomoto  exhibited  in “FaN Week” held at Fukuoka Art Museum. Venue : Fukuoka Art MuseumExhibition Dates: 23rd SeptemberView More >

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