Michio Fukuoka: A Sculptor Who No Longer Sculpts

October 28, – December 24, 2017

Michio Fukuoka (born in 1936) is an Osaka-resident sculptor. Ignoring current trends, he has continued to quietly deal with the question of what it means to create. This exhibition follows the trajectory of Fukuoka's over 60-year practice, from the time he set out to become a sculptor in the 1950s to the present. In 2005, the artist announced that he was a "sculptor who no longer sculpts."


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Michio Fukuoka, Why Did I Ever Fly?, 1965-66, Collection of the Artist,
Photo: Kazuo Fukunaga