Shusaku ARAKAWA
Shusaku Arakawa was born 1936 in Nagoya. He graduated from the art program at Aichi Prefectural Asahigaoka High School, and enrolled for some time at Musashino Art University. In 1958, he participated in the Yomiuri Independent Exhibition. In 1961, Arakawa left for the United States and settled in New York.

In his later years, Arakawa focused on projects exploring the relationships of architecture and gardening to the human, animals etc. and their respective behavioral patterns. In 1994, he collaborated with Arata Isozaki on the project “Places of Ubiquity: The temple Ryoanji in Nagi Town / Architectural Body” at Nagi Museum of Contemporary Art (Okayama Prefecture).


From the series "Casket"
Mixed media
43.0x32.8x11.4cm


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