Tag: Yuki Kimura
Since opening at the end of last year, the IZU PHOTO MUSEUM has held exhibitions that convey the diversity of photography: Hiroshi Sugimoto’s NATURE OF LIGHT exhibition conceiving of the birth of photography, and SUSPENDING TIME: Life—Photography—Death, in which everyday photographs overlooked by history were highlighted. We now present the contemporary artist Yuki Kimura’s first solo exhibition at a museum.
Based in Kyoto, Kimura uses photographs and film in the context of contemporary art as materials, as well as analysis and thought concerning time and image, and has exhibited two- and three-dimensional works that expand into the exhibition space. Beginning with the 6th Istanbul Biennial (1999), she has participated in foreign group exhibitions and major art fairs, steadily continuing to receive better reviews, centering on those from domestic and foreign critics and curators who follow the next generation of artists.