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Toshikatsu Endo

Void-Blackening, 2015

Wood, iron, cement, tar, (fire)
45 7/10 × 45 7/10 × 45 7/10 in
116 × 116 × 116 cm
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Tokyo
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Toshikatsu Endo
Japanese, b. 1950
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One of Japan’s leading contemporary artists since the 1970s and a participant in the 1990 Venice …

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One of Japan’s leading contemporary artists since the 1970s and a participant in the 1990 Venice Biennale, Toshikatsu Endo creates monumental sculptures and installations, using elements of nature: water, wood, soil, and fire. Influenced both by Shinto attitudes toward nature and Zen aesthetics, as well as by Western

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Toshikatsu Endo
Japanese, b. 1950
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One of Japan’s leading contemporary artists since the 1970s and a participant in the 1990 Venice …

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One of Japan’s leading contemporary artists since the 1970s and a participant in the 1990 Venice Biennale, Toshikatsu Endo creates monumental sculptures and installations, using elements of nature: water, wood, soil, and fire. Influenced both by Shinto attitudes toward nature and Zen aesthetics, as well as by Western

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Toshikatsu Endo

Void-Blackening, 2015

Wood, iron, cement, tar, (fire)
45 7/10 × 45 7/10 × 45 7/10 in
116 × 116 × 116 cm
Unique
Contact For Price
location
Tokyo
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