Lives and Works: Japan
Keiji Uematsu's works are originated from his interest in relations between body and object, object and nature, and everything else. He is working on how Gravity and Universal Gravitation affect to human beings based on his deep interest on physics and universal force for last 40 years. From photography in 1970s to the recent installation works, ARARIO GALLERY will highlights overall works of Keiji Uematsu who represents the Japanese Conceptualism.
Uematsu was born in 1947 in Japan, and moved to Germany in 1975. He had been exhibited in many museums including the Moderna Museet Stockholm(1976), P.S.1, New York(1980), and Japanese Pavillion in Venice Biennale(1988). His works have been shown in New York, London, Paris, Dusseldorf, and collected in major museums in the world including Tate Modern, MoMA etc.
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