Chiharu Shiota, ‘Direction’, 2010-2020, ARTEDIO
Chiharu Shiota, ‘Direction’, 2010-2020, ARTEDIO
Chiharu Shiota, ‘Direction’, 2010-2020, ARTEDIO

Print, lithograph, limited edition of 20, handsigned, numbered, very good state, artwork is offered unframed, framing on request, worldwide shipping

• Artist: Chiharu Shiota
• Title: Direction
• Originality: original
• Type: original print, unique
• Technique: 1-colour lithograph
• Marking: handsigned and numbered
• Making: 2017
• Sheet size: 16.14 x 19.68 in
• State: very good state
• Edition: limited edition of 20
• Origin: fine art publisher partner
• Format: portrait format
• Presentation: figurative art
• Nationality: Japanese art
• Era: contemporary art
• Framing: print is offered unframed, framing on request
• Shipping: flat in special packaging for art
• Worldwide shipping from Germany

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Signature: handsigned, numbered

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About Chiharu Shiota

Chiharu Shiota is known for her performative installations in which she weaves human-size webs from black thread, turning entire galleries into labyrinthine environments and often enclosing personal objects or even herself. Inspired by the installation and performance art of the 1970s, Shiota left Japan for Berlin to study under Marina Abramovic, whose influence can be seen in Shiota’s endurance-based performances like Try and Go Home (1998), in which the artist smeared her body with earth, entered a hole, and fasted for four days. Shiota’s work is also influenced by and aligned with that of Rebecca Horn, Ana Mendieta, Louise Bourgeois, and Eva Hesse, revealed in her use of materials and performative exploration of states of anxiety, oblivion, and remembering.

Japanese, b. 1972, Osaka, Japan, based in Berlin, Germany