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Museum of Contemporary Art Tokyo

Kishio Suga

Situated Latency

KISHIO SUGAContinuous Existence – M, 2015, Wood, rope and stone, dimensions variable. Photo by Keizo Kioku. 

Courtesy Museum of Contemporary Art Tokyo. 

Wood. Stone. Rope. Metal. Concrete. Vinyl. These are the working materials of Kishio Suga, who rose to prominence in the late 1960s and early 1970s as a key member of the postwar Japanese art movement Mono-ha. At the start of 2015, his first major survey since 1999, “Kishio Suga: Situated Latency,” was held at the Museum of Contemporary…

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