【实况】Yuji Agematsu个展“Self-Portrait (自画像)
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Self-Portrait 自画像


艺术家: Yuji Agematsu

地点: Miguel Abreu, 美国纽约

展期: 2017.03.03-04.02

Link: Yuji Agematsu at Miguel Abreu


新闻稿:

有什么是可以去做的?我们必须冒着死亡和衰退的风险。—Yuji Agematsu


Miguel Abreu 画廊将举办 Yuji Agematsu 与画廊合作的的首次个人展览:“自画像” Self-Portrait,并于3月3日开幕。此次展览将在 Eldridge街88号 和 Orchard 街36号两个地点同时举行。



Agematsu三十年来在纽约创作的艺术有一个明显的特征,这便是艺术家从各城市角落中搜集的废弃物的这一行为与其艺术创造之间的关系可以很好的契合。是什么使得两者结合在一起,是什么使两者有着平等的角色,如果一定要定义的话,那就是艺术家长久以来对观察这一行为所坚持的专注与持续。


简介:

Fuji Agematsu1965年生于日本神奈川。现生活工作于纽约布鲁克林。Agematsu 师从Taj Mahal Travellers乐队成员Tokio Hasegawa,以及爵士鼓演奏者、编舞家Milford Graves。部分个展经历:TZ Art & Co. (1994);Anthology Film Archives, New York (2004);Real Fine Arts, Brooklyn (2012 & 2014);Artspeak, Vancouver, Canada。部分群展经历:Speak Lokal, Kunsthalle Zurich, Switzerland(2017); Serialities, Hauser & Wirth, New York(2017);The Keeper, New Museum, New York(2016); Yale Union, Portland, OR;Walk on A, B, C(2015);Looking Back / The 7th White Columns Annual(2013)。


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“What, then, are we to make of an archive which goes in reverse, or of an exhibition which accelerates its demise? What are we to think of an art work in conflict with self-importance, including the self-importance endemic to art and preservation? How are we to understand an artist whose work consists almost exclusively of small acts of neglect; someone who almost always makes the same thing and yet never repeats himself, to whom his own work, honed on the tiniest details, becomes pleasantly incomprehensible and has the tendency to dissolve upon seeing it, so that only a few hours after encountering it, one can barely remember the ephemeral matter of which it was made?

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“Odd how matter so factual can amount to such an extraterrestrial mood. It is eerie, isn’t it, when what at first seems incidental returns with signifcance. Of course, in art we expect matter, however mundane, to return changed, and yet, specific moments of transformation, when they do appear, can still take us by surprise. I’ll never get used to the feeling of a dead thing becoming warm and capable.”

—Robert Snowden, Yuji Agematsu, Yale Union, exh. pamphlet, 2014



© Images courtesy of Miguel Abreu, New York






















































































































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