Exhibited Artworks
作品名: 鶴来
作家名: ロイデン・ラビノヴィッチ
制作年: 1994年
素材: 和紙・墨汁
(鶴来現代美術祭1994年 滞在制作の未発表作品)
1943年 カナダ生まれ。ダブリンとベルギーのゲントに主に在住。バイオリンと音楽理論を学んだ後、トロントで活動を始める。70年代にニューヨークに移る。 
Royden Rabinowitch (born 1943) is an internationally renowned Canadian sculptor closely associated with the non-figurative sculptural movement. Born in Toronto and twin brother to David Rabinowitch, Royden Rabinowitch studied at the University of Western Ontario.  He was Chairman of Fine Art at the Ontario College of Art for a year before he moved to New York in 1970. His early work was influenced by the Modernists Alberto Giacometti, David Smith and Constantin Brancusi. Through the years his interests evolved through Constructivism to non-figurative sculptural works. His sculpture explores the relationship between the sculptural form and the human body, in contrast to other sculptors whose focus is on architecture or landscape. Often working in series, Rabinowitch repeats seemingly simple geometrical forms using steel, wood and metals. He is best known for bent steel plates and curved barrel sculptures, often placed low to the ground. In 2012 Rabinowitch was awarded the Governor General’s Award in Visual and Media Arts honouring his nearly 50-year career as a sculptor. He is an Officer of the Order of Canada and the only artist who is a Life Member of an Oxbridge college (Clare Hall, Cambridge). His artwork is in some of the most prestigious museum collections worldwide including the Guggenheim in New York, Centre Pompidou in Paris, Tate Modern in London, Stedelijk Museum, Amsterdam and Neue Nationalgalerie, Berlin amongst countless others. In 2014, a private gallery in Ghent, Belgium opened, which holds the largest private collection of Royden Rabinowitch’s work.
作品名: ハーフカット
作家名: ビル・ウッドロー 制作年: 1994年
素材: 鉄・ハサミ
(鶴来現代美術祭1994年 滞在制作の未発表模型作品)


1970年代後半から、車や家電などを用い、おもに彫刻作品、インスタレーションの他、平面作品を制作。 1983年と1991年、サンパウロ-ビエナーレに英国を代表して出展した。
Artist: Bill woodrow
Title: Half cut 
Year: 1994 
Material: Steel, scissors
Exhibited: Tsurugi Contemporary Art Festival ’94
re-installation : Mitsunori Sakano
Bill Woodrow (b.1948) emerged as a pivotal figure in a new generation of British sculptors in the early 1980s, who centred on the use of found-objects and/or simple manufacturing procedures. Often using discarded or waste objects and ephemera, such as old washing machines, car parts, cutlery or scrap metal, Woodrow then cut apart and reassembled these into inventive sculptures with often illusive meanings, placing the onus of interpretation on the viewer.
In the late 1980s, Woodrow began to transition from the direct manipulation of found objects to casting works in bronze. An exceptional example of his works in bronze was the monumental sculpture made for the fourth plinth in Trafalgar Square, London, Regardless of History, in 2000. He has received several honorary distinctions during his career including: representing Britain at the Biennales of Sydney in 1982, Paris in 1982 and 1985, and Sao Paulo in 1983 and 1991; he was a finalist in the Turner Prize at the Tate Gallery in London in 1986; in 1988 he won the Anne Gerber Award at the Seattle Museum of Art; he was a trustee of the Tate Galleries 1996-2001; in 2002 he was elected to the Royal Academy of Arts.

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