Kazuko Miyamoto: Live End Dream No.2012. Installation view, EXILE
Kazuko Miyamoto: Go, 1971. Acrylic and charcoal on canvas, 176 x 187,5 cm. Collection Daimler Contemporary
Kazuko Miyamoto: Untitled, 1972. Acrylic and enamel spray paint on canvas, 200,5 x 175,5 cm. Private Collection, New York
Study for Painting, 1973. Magic Marker on vellum, 51 x 64 cm
Kazuko Miyamoto: Chalkline drawing (blue), 1972. Chalk and acrylic on canvas, 224 x 136 cm
Kazuko Miyamoto: Live End Dream No, 1975. Watercolor and Pen on paper, 51 x 59 cm
Kazuko Miyamoto: Untitled, 1972. Acrylic and enamel spray paint on canvas, 192,5 x 249,5 cm
Neck Ring Brown Paper Bag, 1989. Direct photo scan of paper rope sculpture on artist-made brown paper bag, 43 x 27 x 12 cm
Kazuko Miyamoto: Live End Dream No, 2012. Installation view, EXILE
Kazuko Miyamoto: Cardboard box Painting, 1984. Acrylic on cardboard, 32 x 32 x 23 cm
Untitled (Kimono drawing), 2011. Sumi ink and gouache on paper with two pins,
87 x 56 cm (framed)
EXILE is pleased to present the second solo exhibition by artist Kazuko Miyamoto in the gallery. The exhibition is titled Live End Dream No after a 1975 drawing by Miyamoto and features recent recoveries from the archive of Miyamoto, including four exceptional paintings by the artist that have survived the time since creation in the attic of her small cottage in upstate New York.
This exhibitions further explores the magnitude and depth of Miyamoto’s artistic practice that juxtaposes minimal tactics with a very personal and individual handling of minimalist constraints.