Somewhere? Genbi Hiroko Kubo “Anthropocene” @Evidence Gallery【Hiroshima City Museum of Contemporary Art】
Somewhere in the town, you and Genbi suddenly meet.
While the museum is closed due to renovation work, the work will be exhibited at the Evidence Gallery along Peace Boulevard. As the second installment, I will introduce Hiroko Kubo, a writer living in Hiroshima City. In recent years, while interviewing prehistoric art, folk art, and theories of cultural humanity, Kubo has been creating works on the theme of agriculture and idols using materials familiar to daily life. The scene where something familiar to our eyes is launched with a large sense of scale by Kubo’s hand is a masterpiece. This time, we will develop a huge picture scroll in the shop window using blue sheets as a material.
Hiroko Kubo (Hiroko Kubo)
Born in 1987 in Hiroshima prefecture. After graduating from Hiroshima City University, Department of Sculpture, Faculty of Art, Texas Christian University, completed the Master’s Course in Fine Arts. While interviewing prehistoric art, folk art, and theories of cultural humanity, he develops large-scale installations using materials familiar to daily life. Major exhibitions include “Saitama Triennale” (2020), “Rokko Meets Art Art 2020″, “Where Life Cultivates – The Future of Art Where Agriculture Open” (Aomori Prefectural Museum of Art, 2019), and “Matsuri, Matsuri (Spiral Garden [Tokyo], 2018), “Setouchi Triennale 2016″, etc. Received the 2017 “Rokko Meets Art Open Call Award” Grand Prix.
- 2022/01/21(FRI) - 2022/04/21(THU)
- Evidence Gallery
- Viewing is free
- 8-8 Nakamachi, Naka-ku, Hiroshima-shi, Hiroshima 730-0037
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Hiroshima City Museum of Contemporary Art (weekdays 10:00-17:00)
Regular holidays/holidays Exhibition holidays open everyday