Yokohama Museum of Art displays Kishio Suga works from its collection

As part of its 30th anniversary celebrations, the Yokohama Museum of Art is holding Meet the Collection, an exhibition of more than 300 works from its collection (April 13 – June 23, 2019).

After holding Suga’s solo exhibition Stance in 1999, the Yokohama Museum of Art acquired several major installations from the show. On display this year will be Kankūritsu and Cause of Scattered Boundaries and Edges (1998), a large outdoor installation of wooden logs.

In addition, four artists including Suga have been invited to “create unique encounters between their own works and those from the museum collection as a means of conveying the free and diverse ways of viewing and interacting with art.”

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Kishio Suga,  Cause of Scattered Boundaries and Edges.  Installation view,   Yokohama Museum of Art, 1998. Photo: Tsuyoshi Satoh.

Kishio Suga, Cause of Scattered Boundaries and Edges. Installation view, Yokohama Museum of Art, 1998. Photo: Tsuyoshi Satoh.