March 10, 2017
Maiko Kurogouchi, designer of mame
Sonya Park, creative director of ARTS&SCIENCE
Ishiuchi Miyako, photographer
What will happen if the three individuals, each living a different generation,come together to create a single space…. AT THE CORNER by ARTS&SCIENCE invites you to a limited collection born from an unexpected collaboration between ARTS&SCIENCE and mame. Works by Ishiuchi Miyako, whom Park and Kurogouchi deeply admire, will be exhibited. Please come and experience this extraordinary fusion of the three individuals. We look forward to seeing you there.
2017.3.25 (Sat) – 4.2 (Sun)
12:00 – 20:00
AT THE CORNER by ARTS&SCIENCE
109 Palace Aoyama 6.1.6 Minami Aoyama Minato.ku Tokyo 107.0062
Ishiuchi Miyako / Photographer. During her early trilogy, Ishiuchi captured the scent, the presence and the atmosphere of a city. Since her work “1・9・4・7” which shed light on hands and legs of women born in this year, Ishiuchi has been working on her series focusing on scars. In 1979, Ishiuchi was awarded the 4th Kimura Ihei Award. In 2005, she represented Japan at the Venice Biennale with her series of her late mother’s possessions “Mother’s 2000-2005 – traces of the future”. In 2008, Ishiuchi presented her works featuring relics stored in the archives of Hiroshima Peace Memorial Museum during her exhibition “Hiroshima – Strings of Time”, later published as a photography book. In 2009, she was awarded the 50th Mainichi Art Award. In 2013, she published “Frida by Ishiuchi” featuring the relics of Frida Kahlo from the Mexican publisher, RM. In 2014, Ishiuchi received the Hasselblad Award. “Childhood Garments” and “Frida is” were featured in her solo exhibition in 2016. In the same year, she published “Frida: Love and Pain” and “Shashinkankei”. Ishiuchi will hold her solo exhibition “Grain and Image“ at Yokohama Museum of Art in December, 2017.
Maiko Kurogouchi / Born in Nagano in 1985. Designer of ＜mame＞. After her experiences at apparel brands, Kurogouchi established her own brand