サイトタイトル

 

 

"Flickering Square" Hebel_121, Bazel,Switzerland 2012

 

 

 

" Wellcome to Mitsunori Kurashige's historical Data. "

 

倉重光則 MITSUNORI KURASHIGE LA ARTCORE

“Deep Blue Scenery,” LA Artcore Brewery Annex, Los Angeles 2003

 

Born in Kurume, Fukuoka Prefecture Japan

Currently lives in Miura, Kanagawa Prefecture Japan

 

Please Go to Japanese C.V.

倉重光則 MITSUNORI KURASHIGE

 

Solo Exhibition

 

2020 ■ "KURASHIGE MITRSUNORI" Steps Gallery

 

2019 ■"NEON Mitsunori Kurashige",ATELIER・K

 

2018 ■ "KURASHIGE MITSUNORI" CITY GALLERY2320 ,KOBE Gallery website ■"Mellow Time" TURNAROUND,MIYAGI ◼ "Mellow Time"Steps Gallery,TOKYO Installation View

 

 

2017 ◼“WINDOW” ATELIER.K Yokohama Installation View

 

2016 ◼“EBE” Steps Gallery, Tokyo ◼“Mitsunori Kurashige, EBE“gallery HIRAWATA, Fujisawa Installation View

 

2014 ◼“Indefinite Square” Steps Gallery, Tokyo ◼“Unfinished Map” Nagi Museum of Contemporary Art, Okayama Installation View

 

2013 ◼"UNDERGROUND" KOKI ARTS, Tokyo ◼“Depth of Blue”EISFABRIK Weisse Halle, Hannover,Germany

 

2012 ◼“Reflection of the Mirror” Gallery Gen, Tokyo Installation View ◼"Flickering Square" Hebel_121, Bazel,Switzerland Installation View ◼"Flickering Square" Art Gallery, Chiangmai University,Chiangmai, Thai Installation View

 

2011 ◼“MItsunori Kurashige” Steps Gallery, Tokyo

 

2010 ◼“Void Garden” GALLERY HIRAWATA, Fujisawa ◼“Indefinite Square” Shinanobasi Gallery, Osaka ◼“WINDOW” STREET GALLERY, kobe ◼“Garden of Void Space-Indefinite Square” Gallery Kokon, Tokyo Installation View

 

2009 ◼“Indefinite Square” DVD installation, Gallery Gen,Tokyo Installation View ◼“Indefinite Square” POLARIS The Art stage, Kamakura

 

2008 ◼“Indefinite Square-joint of unawareness,” Gallery Gen,Tokyo Installation View

 

2007 ◼“displacement-rearrange of the place,” :vol.2,
photographerʼ gallery, Tokyo Installation View

 

2006 ◼“Indefinite Square,” Gallery Gen,Tokyo Installation View

 

2005 ◼“Blue Desire, Measurement NO.2,” ART SPACE Baku, Fukuoka ◼“Blue Desire, Measurement NO.3,” Artcore, Los Angeles ◼“Indefinite Square,” GALLERY HIRAWATA,Fujisawa Installation View

 

2004 ◼“Indefinite Square,” Gallery Gen, Tokyo

 

2003 ◼“Indefinite Square,” WHITE CUBE KYOTO, Kyoto “Depth of Blue,” Kanagawa Prefectural Gallery, Yokohama Installation View ◼“Deep Blue Scenery,” LA Artcore Brewery Annex, Los Angeles Installation View ◼“Red Room,” Gallery Gen, Tokyo Installation View ◼“Mitsunori Kurashige,” Itami Museum of Art, Osaka Installation View

 

2002 ◼“Sponge and Indefinite Square,”CITY GALLERY and WHITE CUBE, Osaka ◼“Blue Desire Movement,” GALLARY MORI, Miura, Kanagawa

 

2001 ◼“Deep Blue Scenery: Indefinite Square,” Gallery Gen, Tokyo ◼“Rising Indefinite Square,” BASE Mae Gallery, Yokosuka, Kanagawa

 

2000 ◼“Blue Indefinite Square,” LA Artcore Brewery Annex, Los Angeles ◼“Exploration,” GALLERY HIRAWATA, Fujisawa, Kanagawa Installation View ◼“Deep Blue Scenery,” Museum Haus Kasuya, Yokosuka, Installation View Kanagawa ◼“Deep Blue Scenery,” Ome Gallery, Meisei University,Tokyo Installation View

 

1999 ◼“Indefinite Square: The Origin of Signs,” Gallery NAITOH, Mizunami, Gifu

 

1998 ◼“Indefinite Square,” Gallery Baku, Fukuoka ◼“White Square-Black Square,”Gallery Gen, Tokyo ◼“Deep Blue Scenery,” CITY GALLERY, Osaka

 

1997 ◼“Indefinite Square,” Costaring / Maier Gallery, Munich, Germany Installation View

◼“Indefinite Square,” CITY GALLERY I.M, Osaka

 

1996 ◼“Indefinite Square Divided by Three,” CITY GALLERY I.M, Osaka ◼“Inquiring the Origin:1970s Art / Mitsunori Kurashige,” Muramatsu Gallery,Tokyo

 

1995 ◼“Geometric Arrangement,” Gallery NAITOH, Nagoya ◼“Indefinite Square,” Gallery Gen, Tokyo

 

1993 ◼“Indefinite Square: Wall Drawing,” Gallery Gen, Toky

 

1991 ◼“Indefinite Square,” CITY GALLERY, Kobe ◼“BLACK-WHITE,” Gallery Gen, Tokyo Installation View ◼“SamazamanaME 34 / Mitsunori Kurashige,” Kawasaki-IBM City Gallery,Kawasaki

 

1990 ◼“Gaseous Indefinite Square,” Gallery Gen, Tokyo Installation View

 

1989 ◼“Blue Desire Movement,” Gallery Aupa, Nagoya◼“Blue Desire,” Gallery Gen, Tokyo Installation View

 

1988 ◼“Desiring Movement toward Death,” Gallery Atrium, Tokyo

 

1987 ◼“Privation,” Sone Gallery, Tokyo

 

1984 ◼“Chain Reaction / Machine,” Tamura Gallery, Tokyo ◼“Chain Reaction,” Kamakura Gallery, Tokyo ◼“ROOF MATERIAL: Odd Present,” Studio 4F, Tokyo ◼“Odd Present,” CITY GALLERY, Kobe

 

1983 ◼“Multifarious Plant,” Gallery Hinoki, Tokyo ◼“Botanical Garden,” Gallery K, Tokyo ◼“PLANT,”Gallery Westbeth, Nagoya

 

1982 ◼“Plant,” Independent Gallery, Tokyo ◼“Indefinite Plant,” Independent Gallery, Tokyo

 

1981 ◼“Stripe,” Sato Gallery, Tokyo Installation View ◼“Exploration,” Parergon Gallery, Tokyo Installation View ◼“FUNCTION I,” Gallery Westbeth, Nagoya ◼“FUNCTION II,” Gallery Saiensu, Morioka

 

1980 ◼“Floating White Square,” Komai Gallery, Tokyo
◼“White Space-Time,” Shirakaba Gallery, Tokyo ◼“WHITE IN DIAGRAM,” Gallery Westbeth, Nagoya

 

1979 ◼“Function / Medium,” Tamura Gallery and Komai Gallery, Tokyo Installation View

 

1978 ◼“Function,” Video work, Maki Gallery, Tokyo ◼“Color Gradation and Transition,” Tokiwa Gallery, Tokyo Installation View

 

1977 ◼“Gaze: Lasting Drawings,” Shirakaba Gallery, Tokyo

 

1975 ◼“A Programmed Event,” Tokiwa Gallery, Tokyo Installation View ◼“Reaching Just Within the Reflection on the Monitor,” Gallery Iteza, Kyoto

 

1974 ◼“Looking into a Mirror Devoid of the Reflected Image,” Video work, ◼Tamura Gallery, Tokyo

 

1973 ◼“OTOBAI,” Tamura Gallery, Tokyo

 

1972 ◼“White Snow on the Beach,” Sato Gallery, Tokyo Installation View ◼“Power/Chikara,” Sato Gallery, Tokyo Installation View

 

1971 ◼"Mitunori Kurashige"Tamura Gallery, Tokyo ◼“Weathering,” Sato Gallery, Tokyo Installation View

 

1970 ◼“A Game of Tacitly Creating Transparent Matter,” Tamura Gallery, Tokyo

 

1968 ◼“Electric Bulb Objects,” Muramatsu Gallery, Tokyo

 

 

倉重光則 MITSUNORI KURASHIGE ギャラリー現

“Red Room,” Gallery Gen, Tokyo 2003

 

 

倉重光則 MITSUNORI KURASHIGE museum haus kasuya

“Deep Blue Scenery,” Museum Haus Kasuya, Yokosuka, Kanagawa 2000

 

倉重光則 MITSUNORI KURASHIGE

 

Group Exhibition

 

2019 ■"OITA ART FESTIVAL 2019 SPIRAL , Oita city Installation ■"ABSENCE Kurashige Mitsunori + Tkasima Yoshiyuki, Gallery RIKU  ■「 FAR WAY Ⅲ 」 STUDIO K

2017 ◼“OVER THE CHANNEL” GYO DONG ART MUSEUM, S.Korea Installation ◼“Zitsuzon Huryo” Emi Studio, Chiba

2016 ◼“Setouchi Triennale 2016” Aichi Prefectural University of Fine Arts and Music Setouchi Art Project Teem, megijima, Kagawa Installation View ◼“Japan im Palazzo” Kunsthalle Palazzo, Liestal, Switzerland Installation View ◼“Resisting-Thinkhouse” Emi Studio, Chiba

2015 ◼“2+2” RTS Radio – Television Serbia Gallery, Belgrade, Serbia ◼“2+2 REPORT” Embassy of the Republic of Serbia Tokyo, Tokyo

2014 ◼“Souzo-Exhibition of the Publication Commemoration” Gallery Gen,Tokyo Installation View ◼“See Side by Side” Araihama, Miura ◼“The Corner of This Room” Lithograph Lab. TUKUHAE, Tokyo ◼“4 People Exhibition” LA Artcore Brewery Annex, Los Angels

2013 ◼"Winter Group Show"Satoshi Koyama Gallery, Tokyo ◼"Bump into Beijing" Steps Gallery, Tokyo ◼“MADE IN JAPAN” Hebel_121, Basel, Switzerland ◼“railroad siding 2013” Tokorozawa, Tokyo ◼“Traveling Art” Jyurakuen, Okayama

2012 ◼"les mots et les choses" Gusto House, Kobe Installation View

2011 ◼"Bunp into" Shimen Kukan Gallery, Pekin ◼"DARK LIGHT," Kunst Begegung Hermannshof e.v., Germany

2010 ◼“The Ground War of Art-OVER TONEⅡ,” Kanagawa Prefectural Gallery,Yokohama ◼“GAW, ExhibitionⅦ,” in Nishiwaki, Hyogo

2009 ◼“2009Faculty of Fine Arts,THAI-JAPAN,” Chiangmai University, Thailand ◼“Berlin+Tokyo,” NIGURE 17-15 cas, Tokyo ◼“hyper tension with uneasiness,” Kaigandori Gallery CASO, Osaka ◼“Art cocktail in Kasama,” Kasama ◼“THE LIBRARY, Exhibition,” Shizuoka Art Gallery, Shizuoka

2008 ◼“SLOW TIME,” LA Artcore, Los Angeles ◼ "Akasaka Art Flower 08" Akasaka Tokyo Installation View

2006 ◼“Mitsunori Kurashige+Roku Suganuma,” Gallery Mutsu, Chiba ◼“ Art Tuchizawa – Street Museum,” Tsuchizawa Towa, Iwate

2005 ◼“Angler of February,” Exhibition, Gallery Ganglion,Tokyo
◼“The Art of Breathing in the World – Art and Respiration,” Kawamura Memorial Museum of Art, Chiba Installation View ◼“Art Tuchizawa – Street Museum,” Tsuchizawa Towa, Iwate

2004 ◼“Hand in Hand / Contrasts,” KUBUS Hannover Städtische Galerie,Hannover, Germany Installation View

2003 ◼“Kyushu-Power: Kyushu as the Worldwide Art,” Contemporary Art Museum,Kumamoto, Kumamoto

2002 ◼“OVER TONE: The Fourth Dimension in Art—Exhibition by Japanese and American Artists,” Kanagawa Prefectural Gallery, Yokohama ◼“Urban Robinson: Contemporary Art Exhibition Featuring Four Artists from Germany and Japan,” C - SQUARE, Nagoya Installation View ◼“Memorabilia,” Goliath Visual Space, New York

2001 ◼“Peninsula 1: Way and Means,” Open-Air Exhibition, Miura, Kanagawa ◼“Contemporary Art Methods 6: Light and Its Representations,” Nerima Art Museum, Tokyo Installation View ◼“WHITE CUBE COLLECTION EXHIBITION: Arimichi Iwasawa and Mitsunori Kurashige,” WHITE CUBE OSAKA, Osaka

2000 ◼“Scene—Beyond the Surface,” Space Nʼs, Tokyo ◼“Printwork V,” Gallery Hinoki, Tokyo

1999 ◼“Kanji Wakae and Mitsunori Kurashige” Exhibition, Gallery Saience,Morioka ◼“TEN…,” AI Gallery, Tokyo ◼“artist's,” D.O.G. KUNST, Neumarkt, Germany ◼“LUSH LIFE,” Gallery 12 P.M, Munich, Germany

1998 ◼“Four Contemporary Artists Exhibition,” SKYDOOR, Tokyo ◼“Art-Ultra-Present: Blue Fish Reflected on an Elephant's Eye—Collaboration with Jin Sato,” Telecom Center, Tokyo ◼“Jiro Naitoh and Mitsunori Kurashige Exhibition,” and gallery, Tokyo ◼“Motivation Sakura: Position, Distribution, Arrangement,” Moravian Gallery, Prague ◼“Tachikawa International Art Festival '98: Pre-Exhibition,” Space N's, Tokyo ◼“Tachikawa International Art Festival '98: Sponge,” Tachikawa Citizens Hall, Tokyo ◼“Shibayama International Open-Air Art Exhibition '98,” Shibayama Nioson Kannonkyoji Temple, Chiba ◼“Printwork III,” Gallery Hinoki, Tokyo

1997 ◼“SamazamanaME 89: KAMEN GLIDER,” Kawasaki-IBM City Gallery,Kawasaki ◼LAUGH: YOICHI NISATO and MITSUNORI KURASHIGE,” N Studio,Miura, Kanagawa ◼“LAST EXHIBITION at Gallery NAITOH,” Gallery NAITOH, Nagoya

1996 ◼“K2NT 134: Silent Summer,” Miura City Former Fish Market, Kanagawa ◼“Nagoya Contemporary Art Fair 1996,” Nagoya Citizens Gallery, Nagoya ◼“YUMEOOKA ART PROJECT,” Kamiooka, Yokohama

1994 ◼“The Space-Time Where Light and Words Intersect—Collaboration work of Keiji Nakada[poet]and Mitsunori Kurashige[inatallation],” Studio K, MIura, Kanagawa
◼“DRAWINGS Part 1,” Gallery Kochi, Tokyo

1994 ◼“CROSS AND SQUAR—GRIDS,”The Museum of Modern Art, Saitama,Urawa, Saitama ◼“Engraving Squares: Collaboration between Kyoko Murosaka (piano) and
Mitsunori Kurashige (installation),” The Museum of Modern Art, Urawa Saitama ◼“ARTCAMP Hakushu '94,” Hakushu, Yamanashi

1993 ◼“TAMA VIVANT '93: Transformation of Space / Flexible Sight,” Tama Art University, Tokyo ◼“TAMA VIVANT '93,” SOKO Gallery Shin-kiba, Tokyo ◼“POINT, LINE AND PLANE 1993: LIGHT WORKS,” Gallery NAITOH,Nagoya

1992 ◼“KANAGAWA ART ANNUAL '92,” Kanagawa Prefectural Gallery,Yokohama Installation View ◼“KNT 134: Soundless Summer,” Open-air exhibition, Miura, Kanagawa ◼“Video—A New World: Possibilities of the Medium,” O Art Museum, Tokyo

1991 ◼“Jun Hatta and Mitsunori Kurashige” Exhibition, AI Gallery, Tokyo Installation View ◼“K2NT 134: Indefinite Square,” Studio K, Miura, Kanagawa Installation View ◼“HONMOKU ART FESTIVAL ʼ91,” Mycal Honmoku, Yokohama

1988 ◼“Paintings that Cross the Sea of Desire,” Kawasaki Nikko Gallery, Kanagawa ◼“Wavering Aspect: Paintings that Cross the Sea of Desire,” Gallery Gen, Tokyo ◼“Ecstasy,” Chiba Prefectural Museum of Art, Chiba ◼“Melting Touch: Group 1988,”Kanagawa Prefectural Gallery, Yokohama ◼“Chaos,” Yokohama Citizens Gallery, Yokohama ◼“Contemporary Art: A-Value Exhibition II—Functions of Seeing; Festival for Possible Existences,” Shizuoka Prefectural Art of Museum, Shizuoka ◼“Blue Desire Movement,” Gallery Gen, Tokyo

1987 ◼“Shonan in May: Creating Nature,” Fujisawa Citizens Gallery,Kanagawa ◼“Descended Paintings,” Tokyo Metropolitan Art Museum, Tokyo

1986 ◼“Hamamatsu Open-Air Art Exhibition,” Nakadajima Sand Hill, Hamamatsu ◼“Art: A Dialogue on Peace”Exhibition ,Ohkurayama Memorial Hall,Yokohama ◼“Sound Reflection and Congestion,” Yokohama Citizens Gallery,Yokohama

1985 ◼“Development of Contemporary Sculpture: Wooden Forms,” Kanagawa Prefectural Gallery, Yokohama ◼“The 2nd Relief / Anti-Relief Exhibition,” Chiba Prefectural Museum of Art,
Chiba ◼“The 5th Experimental Art Exhibition: Deciphering the Background,”Yamanashi Prefectural Museum of Art, Kofu ◼“FIVE ARTISTS IN TOKYO: Method, Structure and Development,” Rika Gallery, Seoul ◼“The Prospect of Contemporary Art: Transforming Imagination,”Fukuoka Prefectural Museum of Art, Fukuoka

1984 ◼“Five Contemporary Artists Exhibition '84,” Kawasaki-IBM City Gallery,Kawasaki ◼“Present Position,” Yokohama Citizens Gallery, Yokohama

1983 ◼“FREE PORT MESSAGE '83” Yokohama Citizens Gallery, Yokohama ◼“Kotoba Kara Koto Ba he” Exhibition, Yokohama Citizens Gallery,Yokohama ◼“The Structure of Blank Space Exhibition: Space of Disengagement—Botanical Garden,” Nagoya City Museum, Nagoya Installation View

1982 ◼“Manifestation,” Fujisawa Citizens Gallery, Kanagawa ◼“Trio Exhibition: Maeda, Toya and Kurashige,” Kamakura Gallery, Tokyo ◼“Petit Art Show,” Independent Gallery, Tokyo

1981 ◼“Expression and Emergence” Exhibition, Gallery Hinoki, Tokyo ◼“TRY-ANGLE '81,” Kamakura Gallery, Tokyo Installation View ◼“The 2nd Hara Annual,” Hara Museum, Tokyo Installation View ◼"YOINーIDEAS FROM JAPAN MADE IN AUSTRALIA,"The Victrian College of the Arts Gallery, Melbourne, Australia

1980 ◼“Drawing Works,” Art Salon Hamanoya, Tokyo ◼“Michi / A WAY,” Wrocow Gallery, Warsaw, Poland ◼“Ade sugata Hana no Ayatori,” Kanagawa Prefectural Gallery, Yokohama ◼“On the Desk” Exhibition, Lunami Gallery, Tokyo ◼“BLANK SPACE,” ASSOCIATION KATIA-PISSARRO, Paris

1979 ◼“January,” Gallery Westbeth, Nagoya ◼“Edition: SHO—The Publication Commemorative Exhibition,” Komai
Gallery, Tokyo ◼“Roots of Image” Exhibition, Gallery Westbeth, Nagoya ◼“Real Space Exhibition,” Tokiwa Gallery, Tokyo[Video Work] ◼“Art: Its Specific Gravity,” Kyoto Municipal Art Museum, Kyoto ◼“Incidence Angle / Reflection Angle,” Saitama Kaikan Hall, Urawa, Saitama ◼“Artists Today '79,” Yokohama Citizens Gallery, Yokohama Installation View

1978 ◼“PAN-CONCEPTUALS '78,” Tamura Gallery, Tokyo[Video Work] ◼“International Video Art Exhibition TOKYO ʻ78,” Sogetsu Hall, Tokyo ◼“EXPERIENCE BOOK Exhibition,” Maki Gallery, Tokyo[Video Work]

1976 ◼“Exhibition '76,” Kanagawa Prefectural Gallery, Yokohama

1972 ◼“The 7th Kanagawa Art Exhibition,” The Museum of Modern Art, Kamakura,Kanagawa ◼“The 7th Japan Art Festival,” Tokyo Central Museum, Tokyo; traveled to
Mexico City and Buenos Aires ◼“Katsuyakusuru Bokutachi,” Kyoto Municipal Art Museum, Kyoto ◼“Artists Today ʻ72,” Yokohama Citizens Gallery, Yokohama

1971 ◼“Across the Universe” Exhibition, Nihon University, College of Art, Tokyo ◼“The 6th Kanagawa Art Exhibition,” The Museum of Modern Art,Kamakura,Kanagawa ◼“The 10th Contemporary Japan Art Exhibition,” Tokyo Metropolitan Art
Museum, Tokyo

1970 ◼“Contemporary Open-Air Art Festival,” Yokohama Children's Land Park,Yokohama ◼“APPLE IN SPACE: Iron Room,”American Culture Center, Tokyo

1969 ◼“The 2nd APPLE IN SPACE,” Muramatsu Gallery, Tokyo

1968 ◼“The 1st APPLE IN SPACE,” Hibiya Gallery, Tokyo

 

 

 

 

 

未完の地図

倉重光則

1968年のある日、、、、。

絵を書くために敷き詰めていた新聞紙の上に、天井の蛍光灯を置いてみたところ、蛍光灯のヘリにある新聞紙の文字が明るすぎて消えていた。ものが見えるようにするためのものを読めなく消している。光は新聞に書かれた文字とその意味さえも消していた。

その体験は私に強烈な快感を与えてくれた。

蛍光灯の光はものを見せるための機能と同時にものを消すという作用を持っている。その事実を発見した。

消滅する現実、それは蛍光灯の光によって与えられた現実である。

作品を作るということは自己内部(主体)としてイメージを再現することではない。むしろ、体験して与えられた現実と事実から出発する。そこから生まれ、生産される意味は、「いま、ここ」という同時空間の中で現れる。

作品を作るということは自動的に意味を生み出す装置と状況を設定することである。

この時間的な持続の中で作家としての主体を他者として存在させることが重要である。

(2014年/奈義町現代美術館ギャラリーの個展カタログより、)