竹之内直記 NAOKI TAKENOUCHI
Born in Kagoshima in 1946. Based on the artist's own woodblock print, Japanese paper is pasted together to make it huge, and the expression can be changed freely according to the space.
As an installation, he collaborated with a fashion designer in New York, and in Tokyo and Paris, he made people wear his works and appeared on the streets. He is a charming writer.
|1989||Solo exhibition of large-scale woodblock prints at Oya Museum, a huge underground space in the former Oya stone quarry in Tochigi Prefecture.|
|1991, 93||Received the Agency for Cultural Affairs' Japan Arts and Culture Promotion Fund, and carried out an installation "Message from the Headwaters 1st, 2nd" with a total length of 7km rope hanging at the headwaters of the Yamano River in Kagoshima Prefecture.|
|1995||An installation using 500 bamboos. At Kagoshima Satie Studio Gallery|
|1996||Created a 3D giant wooden horse with a 14m tall tree and hemp rope. At the Otani Museum|
|1997, 98||Installation at Omori Bellport Atrium (Tokyo)|
|2001||New Art Style Exhibition at Kagoshima City Museum of Art|
Part-time lecturer at the Department of Architecture, Kagoshima University. Solo exhibition of woodblock prints at Northern Culture and History Museum (Niigata)
|2006||Solo exhibition at NY Tenri Center Gallery (New York)|
|2011||Produces a three-dimensional woodblock print wrapped in colored fabric. Fukuyama Outdoor Art Exhibition (Hiroshima)|
An installation in which general participants, wearing prints printed on Japanese paper, freely move around the city as a stage (runway).
Street Runway in Tokyo Many other stage art, solo exhibitions, group exhibitions