REQUIEM FOR THE SUN: THE ART OF MONO-HA Curated by Mika Yoshitake February 25 — April 14, 2012 Los Angeles | Blum & Poe

REQUIEM FOR THE SUN: THE ART OF MONO-HA Curated by Mika Yoshitake February 25 — April 14, 2012 Los Angeles | Blum & Poe

Requiem for the sun: The art of Mono-ha | StyleZeitgeist Magazine

Requiem for the sun: The art of Mono-ha

Requiem for the sun: The art of Mono-ha | StyleZeitgeist Magazine

blackv:    Narita Katsuhiko, Mono Ha movement

blackv: Narita Katsuhiko, Mono Ha movement

not unlike those who rely on gravity in the production of floors, the artists of "mono-ha" used gravity as an art material.  in this 1968 piece by korean born Lee Ufan, gravity is as present as the concrete block and the plane of glass.

not unlike those who rely on gravity in the production of floors, the artists of "mono-ha" used gravity as an art material. in this 1968 piece by korean born Lee Ufan, gravity is as present as the concrete block and the plane of glass.

Nobuo Sekine - Removing the mould from 'Phase - Mother Earth'

Nobuo Sekine - Removing the mould from 'Phase - Mother Earth'

Kishio Suga, 'Limitless Condition' (1971)

Kishio Suga, 'Limitless Condition' (1971)

Nobuo Sekine. (関根伸夫, Sekine Nobuo), born in [1942], is a Japanese sculptor currently living in both Tokyo, Japan, and Los Angeles, California.  He is one of the key members of Mono-ha, a group of artists who became prominent in the late 1960s and 1970s. The Mono-ha artists explored the encounter between natural and industrial materials.

Nobuo Sekine. (関根伸夫, Sekine Nobuo), born in [1942], is a Japanese sculptor currently living in both Tokyo, Japan, and Los Angeles, California. He is one of the key members of Mono-ha, a group of artists who became prominent in the late 1960s and 1970s. The Mono-ha artists explored the encounter between natural and industrial materials.

Noboru Takayama, 'Yuusatsu' (1973)

Noboru Takayama, 'Yuusatsu' (1973)

Phase of Nothingness–Cloth and Stone, 1970/1994, artist: Nobuo Sekine

Phase of Nothingness–Cloth and Stone, 1970/1994, artist: Nobuo Sekine

Katsuhiko Narita, 'Sumi' (1969)

Katsuhiko Narita, 'Sumi' (1969)

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