Kishio Suga: Divided Orientation of Space

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菅 木志雄 「分けられた指空性」
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A leading artist of the Mono-ha ('School of Things') movement that flourished in the '70s, Kishio Suga has been rediscovered on an international level in the past few years, scoring notable exhibitions in Milan and New York. Using materials including stone, wood and sheet metal, his work consists mainly of creative installations that play with the concepts of space, geometry and nature. This exhibition centres on 30 new pieces both large and small – some of which may very well feature as part of Suga's upcoming contribution to the 2017 Venice Biennale.

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