Kazuko Miyamoto is a preeminent feminist figure of minimalism, and a pioneer of a new and radically warm brand of rigorous abstraction, introducing handmade, irregular, and intimate elements that both modulated the movements unforgiving visual language and advanced it, by critique. Born in Tokyo, Japan, Miyamoto moved to New York in 1964, studied at the Arts Student League, and assisted Sol LeWitt, she helped produce and execute his open cube sculptures and early wall drawings. Miyamotos work has shown in numerous institutions and galleries, both domestically and internationally, including Paula Cooper Gallery, New York; Daimler Contemporary, Berlin; Lentos Museum, Linz, Austria; Storefront Gallery for Art and Architecture, New York; A.I.R. Gallery, New York; Museum of Modern Art, New York; P.S.1 Contemporary, New York; among many others, and is represented by Exile Gallery, Berlin.
Soft and Wet: Publication Launch & Conversation
Soft and Wet: Publication Launch & Conversation Saturday, November 16, 2019 5:30 7pm EFA Project Space 323 W 39th St New York, Ny 10018 FREE and open to the public Please join us at EFA for the closing event and launch of Soft and Wet, a publication reflecting on the exhibition of the same […]read more »