2021 Exhibition[Winter]2021 Winter Exhibition

YIN Xiuzhen, Jean-Michel OTHONIEL, SASAMOTO Aki, HATAKEYAMA Naoya, HAN Ishu, FUJII Hikaru, NARA Yoshitomo
2022.2.11(FRI) ― 3.21(MON)
  • NARA Yoshitomo, A to Z Memorial Dog, 2007 Collection of Hirosaki Museum of Contemporary Art ©︎Yoshitomo Nara Photo: Shibata Sho

    NARA Yoshitomo, A to Z Memorial Dog, 2007
    Collection of Hirosaki Museum of Contemporary Art
    ©︎Yoshitomo Nara
    Photo: Shibata Sho

  • YIN Xiuzhen, Portable City: Hirosaki, 2020Collection of Hirosaki Museum of Contemporary ArtPhoto: Naoya Hatakeyama

    YIN Xiuzhen, Portable City: Hirosaki, 2020
    Collection of Hirosaki Museum of Contemporary Art
    Photo: Naoya Hatakeyama

  • Jean-Michel OTHONIEL, The Knot of Eden, 2020Collection of Hirosaki Museum of Contemporary ArtPhoto: ToLoLo studio

    Jean-Michel OTHONIEL, The Knot of Eden, 2020
    Collection of Hirosaki Museum of Contemporary Art
    Photo: ToLoLo studio

  • SASAMOTO Aki, Spirits Cubed, 2020Collection of Hirosaki Museum of Contemporary ArtPhoto: Naoya Hatakeyama

    SASAMOTO Aki, Spirits Cubed, 2020
    Collection of Hirosaki Museum of Contemporary Art
    Photo: Naoya Hatakeyama

  • HATAKEYAMA Naoya, Filtration Area 2017.10.10  in Yoshino-cho Brick Warehouse, 2017-2019Collection of Hirosaki Museum of Contemporary Art©︎Naoya Hatakeyama

    HATAKEYAMA Naoya, Filtration Area 2017.10.10 in Yoshino-cho Brick Warehouse, 2017-2019
    Collection of Hirosaki Museum of Contemporary Art
    ©︎Naoya Hatakeyama

  • HAN Ishu, My Star, 2005Collection of Hirosaki Museum of Contemporary Art©︎Ishu Han

    HAN Ishu, My Star, 2005
    Collection of Hirosaki Museum of Contemporary Art
    ©︎Ishu Han

  • FUJII Hikaru, ARCHITECTURE Two Thousand Twenty, 2020Collection of Hirosaki Museum of Contemporary Art©︎Hikaru Fujii

    FUJII Hikaru, ARCHITECTURE Two Thousand Twenty, 2020
    Collection of Hirosaki Museum of Contemporary Art
    ©︎Hikaru Fujii

Artists

  • YIN Xiuzhen

    YIN Xiuzhen

    Born 1963 in Beijing, China. Lives and works in Beijing. Using materials such as old clothing and second-hand goods, Yin creates three-dimensional works that draw on the sort of personal memories that vanish in the course of modernization and urbanization. In 2010, she was the first Chinese female artist to hold a solo exhibition at The Museum of Modern Art, New York.

  • Jean-Michel OTHONIEL
    Photo: Philippe Chancel

    Jean-Michel OTHONIEL

    Born 1964 in Saint-Etienne, France. Lives and works in Paris. Since the early 1990s, Othoniel has been employing reversible materials in his work while focusing on processes such as transformation, sublimation, and mutation. He is globally recognized for many large sculptures made with Murano glass that harmonize with their surrounding environments.

  • SASAMOTO Aki
    Photo: Kazuko Fukunaga

    SASAMOTO Aki

    Born 1980 in Yokohama, Kanagawa Prefecture, Japan. Lives and works in New York. Sasamoto produces sculptures and installations, notably works that involve sculpturally segmenting spaces in which she performs dances, and improvisational performances utilizing words and objects.

  • HATAKEYAMA Naoya

    HATAKEYAMA Naoya

    Born 1958 in Rikuzentakata, Iwate Prefecture, Japan. Lives and works in Tokyo. Since his debut as a photographer, Hatakeyama has consistently produced works that focus on the trilateral relationship among nature, city, and the medium of photography. His tranquil photographs, based on profound thought and intensive research, seem to connect on some level to linguistic modes of expression such as literature and philosophy.

  • HAN Ishu

    HAN Ishu

    Born 1987 in Shanghai, China. Lives and works in Tokyo. Han’s work deals with questions and conundrums arising from the relation of society and the individual, using his own body and everyday objects and employing various media including video, installation, photography, and painting, with sincerity and a humorous edge.

  • FUJII Hikaru

    FUJII Hikaru

    Born 1976 in Tokyo, Japan. Lives and works in Tokyo. Fujii’s works are based on historical events and present structural critiques of unseen zones of society. He has earned international accolades for wizardry with the moving image that enables silent things to speak eloquently.

  • NARA Yoshitomo
    ©︎Yoshitomo Nara

    NARA Yoshitomo

    Born 1959 in Hirosaki, Japan. Since the mid-1990s he has been the subject of numerous exhibitions at museums and galleries in Europe, the United States, Japan, and Asia. His practice encompasses portraiture in which the subjects appear to stare back at the viewer; loosely drawn works on paper; sculptures made of wood, FRP, ceramic, bronze; and multi-media installations that completely redefine the gallery space.

Outline

  • Date: 2022.2.11 (FRI) ―2022. 3.21 (SUN)
    Closed:Tuesdays
    Opening hours: 9:00-17:00 (Last admission 30 minutes before closing)
  • Organized by Hirosaki Museum of Contemporary Art
  • Admission (tax included):
    Adults 800yen (700yen)
    University & College Students 500yen (400yen)
    *() Price for a group over 20 people
    *Free of charge for high school students and under; inter­national students in Hirosaki city; citizens of Hirosaki over 65; the disabled and one accompanying attendant

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