MONO HA

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Kishio Suga Born in Morioka city, Iwate Prefecture, in 1944. In 1968 he graduated from the Department of Painting of Tama Art University. While still a student in 1967 he won the 11th Shell Art Award. From his first solo show in 1968 until today, in a career spanning over 45 years, he has shown work in a vast number of exhibitions in Japan and abroad. Modern Artwork, Contemporary Art, Sculpture Art, Sculptures, Instalation Art, Artistic Installation, Arts Award, Soul Art, Land Art

Kishio Suga – Tomio Koyama Gallery 小山登美夫ギャラリー

Tomio Koyama Gallery 小山登美夫ギャラリー

Kishio Suga – Tomio Koyama Gallery 小山登美夫ギャラリー Mono Ha, Artistic Installation, Scenic Design, Japanese Artists, Stage Design, Art Plastique, Wood Sculpture, Contemporary Art, Interior Design

Kishio Suga – Tomio Koyama Gallery 小山登美夫ギャラリー

Tomio Koyama Gallery 小山登美夫ギャラリー

Kishio Suga – Tomio Koyama Gallery 小山登美夫ギャラリー Geometric Sculpture, Wood Sculpture, Collages, Artistic Installation, Call Art, Art Object, Art Plastique, Flower Art, Contemporary Art

Kishio Suga – Tomio Koyama Gallery 小山登美夫ギャラリー

Tomio Koyama Gallery 小山登美夫ギャラリー

“Requiem for the Sun,” an exhibition at the Gladstone Gallery, looks at the Mono-ha movement of the celebrating the elemental thing, and signals an overdue exploration of Japanese postwar culture. Contemporary Art Daily, Contemporary Sculpture, Contemporary Artists, Abstract Sculpture, Wood Sculpture, Art Sculptures, Mono Ha, Sun Art, Action Painting

Requiem for the sun: The art of Mono-ha - StyleZeitgeist

Acrylic sheets, neon tubes, cement, steel plates, glass, rubber, cloth, paper, cotton, sponges, light bulbs, electrical outlets, wire, stone, earth, water, fire, wood, charcoal, and oil – industrial materials, household products, and natural materials were placed together in neutral arrangements. They were brought into temporary involvements or confrontations with a variety of spaces and phenomena, including the ground surface, mid-air, room interiors, walls, floors, corners, columns…

“Requiem for the Sun,” an exhibition at the Gladstone Gallery, looks at the Mono-ha movement of the celebrating the elemental thing, and signals an overdue exploration of Japanese postwar culture. Contemporary Art Daily, Contemporary Sculpture, Contemporary Artists, Abstract Sculpture, Wood Sculpture, Art Sculptures, Mono Ha, Sun Art, Action Painting

Requiem for the sun: The art of Mono-ha - StyleZeitgeist

Acrylic sheets, neon tubes, cement, steel plates, glass, rubber, cloth, paper, cotton, sponges, light bulbs, electrical outlets, wire, stone, earth, water, fire, wood, charcoal, and oil – industrial materials, household products, and natural materials were placed together in neutral arrangements. They were brought into temporary involvements or confrontations with a variety of spaces and phenomena, including the ground surface, mid-air, room interiors, walls, floors, corners, columns…

Katsuro Yoshida, Cut-off (hang) 2012 Mono Ha, Mother Courage, Outdoor Sculpture, Creative Words, Installation Art, Sculptures, Objects, Shapes, Contemporary

Mono-Ha

Requiem for the Sun: The Art of Mono-Ha I just really love this show. Check it out through 4/14 at Blum and Po e Here's a few favorites: ...

Nobuo Sekine [Japan] (b ~ ‘Phase of Nothingness–Black No. Fibre-reinforced plastic x 149 x 145 cm). What Is Contemporary Art, Contemporary Sculpture, Modern Art, Abstract Sculpture, Sculpture Art, Projection Installation, Land Art, Art For Kids, Sculpting

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arthuntblog: “ Nobuo Sekine [Japan] (b 1942) ~ ‘Phase of Nothingness–Black No. 11’, 1977. Fibre-reinforced plastic (122 x 149 x 145 cm). ”

Although it marked a major turning point in Japanese postwar art history, the work of the 'Mono-ha' artists remains surprisingly unknown. Art Beat, History Of Modern Art, Art History, Mono Ha, Mood Images, Takayama, Japanese Architecture, Western Art, Deconstruction

Mono Ha | Art in Japan in the late 1960s and early 1970s

‘Mono-ha’ refers to a group of artists who were active from the late sixties to early seventies, using both natural and man-made materials in their work. Using mostly found or natural materials, th…

Multiple Existence by Kishio Suga via Tomio Koyama Gallery, Tokyo Minimal Architecture, Artistic Installation, Minimal Design, Sculpture Art, Interior And Exterior, Contemporary Art, Artsy, Fine Art, Stone

Kishio Suga – Tomio Koyama Gallery 小山登美夫ギャラリー

Tomio Koyama Gallery 小山登美夫ギャラリー