Alfredo Cramerotti

Writer, curator, publisher and contemporary artist.

Office address: MOSTYN Wales, 12 Vaughan Street, Llandudno LL30 1AB, UK - CuratorWork is an artsphere website

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MOSTYN | Nobuko Tsuchiya: 30 Ways to Go to the Moon [Curating, Art Management, Instituional Leadership]

MOSTYN | Nobuko Tsuchiya: 30 Ways to Go to the Moon [curating, art management, instituional leadership]

9 Nov 2019 - 1 Mar 2020
This is the first solo exhibition in Wales by Japanese artist Nobuko Tsuchiya. Her practice combines a wide range of materials, often including household objects, collected over time, which she assembles and casts to create amorphous, hybrid minimalist mechanical objects. Presented across the gallery floor, the works enter into dialogue with one another creating arresting and poetic installations.

Details of Exhibition

Through a careful shift in scale from the minute to the monumental, Tsuchiya's installations engage with the viewer's relationship to space. Her sculptures are in constant transmutation; they are repositories of memory and experience, signifiers of past, present and future imaginaries, hovering and shifting through time and space. 

Nobuko Tsuchiya (born in Japan, in 1972. Lives and works in Japan) has exhibited widely, most notably in 50th Venice Biennale, Italy (2003); New Blood at the Saatchi Gallery London, 2004; Unmonumental: The Object in the 21st Century, New Museum, New York in 2007; Busan Biennale, South Korea in 2016 and Roppongi Crossing 2019: Connexions, Mori Art Museum, Tokyo, earlier this year. Recently showing at Leeds Art Gallery as part of Yorkshire Sculpture International, Tsuchiya is also a finalist in the Nissan Award 2020. She is represented by SCAI the Bathhouse, Tokyo; Galerie Aline Vidal, Paris and Anthony Reynolds Gallery, London. 

Curated by Alfredo Cramerotti, Director, MOSTYN, Nobuko Tsuchiya's exhibition is supported by Anthony Reynolds, London. The exhibition is also supported by the Japan Society and is an official event of the Japan Season of Culture in the UK. 

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