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Morgan Falconer and Mary Chou

Japanese painter and sculptor. He studied at Tokyo National University of Fine Art and Music (BFA 1986, MFA 1988, PhD 1993). Murakami began to gain recognition as a sculptor in the early 1990s. Drawing on Minimalism and conceptual art, his work often explored the clash between contemporary Japanese and American culture. ...

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Chinese, 20th – 21st century, male.

Born 1962, in Shanghai, China.

Painter.

Minimalism.

Ding Yi received degrees from the Shanghai Arts and Crafts Institute in 1983 and from the Fine Arts Department at Shanghai University in 1990. Ding was part of the 1985 Art New Wave movement in China and was included in the highly influential ...

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Michael Turner

Israeli sculptor. He studied painting in Tel Aviv with Rafi Levi (b 1936). Visiting New York in 1973, he confronted the idioms of Minimalism, and devoted his time to creating site-specific sculptures. Back in Israel he started a period of activity with the series ...

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Morgan Falconer

Japanese sculptor. He studied at Musashino Art University, Tokyo, and completed a fellowship in sculpture at Yale University, New Haven, CT, in 1990. Initially Yanagi was influenced by the Minimalist and Conceptualist orientation of the Japanese Monoha movement of the late 1960s and early 1970s; soon after he became known for a series of performances using coloured gas. He rose to international prominence in the 1990s following the success of a number of seminal installations that employed ants as metaphors for global migration. In the ...