”Hiraku Suzuki: Excavation Today“ ＠The Museum of Modern Art, Gunma in Japan
Hiraku Suzuki's solo exhibition "Today's Excavation" is on view at The Museum of Modern Art, Gunma from September 16 (Sat).
Focusing on the interconnection between drawing and writing or picture and language, Hiraku Suzuki's practice encompasses a large variety of media, including two-dimensional works, installations, murals, video, performance, and sculpture. His art explores the potentiality of drawing in an expanded notion through the act of excavating the lines in time and space. The largest-ever solo exhibition of his work will be held at the Museum of Modern Art, Gunma as a present position of his work. We invite you to view this exhibition with newly created installation as a innovated starting point for artist, having his activities both in Japan and abroad.
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”The Writing of Meteors （S/L #01)" lava stone (bolted) , silver ink, earth, acrylic on canvas, 1750 x 1750 x 50mm Photo by Chen Hsin Wei © Hiraku Suzuki Studio