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Nobuyuki Hiramatsu creates site-specific installations that effect encounters between usually discrete places in order to open up possibilities for a new understanding of the world and society. He has brought together car park and gallery and places of trade, spirituality and art.

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Nobuyuki Hiramatsu

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everyday life, memory, nature, technology, Utopia
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Masakatsu Kondo was born in Japan in 1962 but moved to study in London, where he has lived since 1988. Kondo paints large-scale landscapes, taking conventional scenes of nature but rendering them hyperreal and unfamiliar. Working form found images, he copies, traces and enlarges pictures in...

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Installation artist Yuriko Kurimoto transforms existing spaces with architectural adjustments. Her treatments are often barely perceptible but all the more powerful for their quiet restraint. Her works encourage a new awareness of the way we experience the space around us.

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Yumiko Omori is a visual artist who works with collections of objects. Central to her practice is a concern for the nature of substances that compose the material world. In her works, she rescues often forgotten objects and, by arranging them with other objects, injects them with new life.

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