【#010 小谷元彦】 アーティスト:小谷元彦×聞き手:荒木夏実

2014/10/09(木) 19:00-21:00


1972年京都府生まれ、東京藝術大学美術学部彫刻科卒業、同大学院美術研究科修了。木彫をはじめ、毛皮や剥製、また写真や映像に到る多用な素材と手法を用い、実体のない存在を作品にとらえながら、美術史における彫刻の概念に挑み、その新たな可能性を追究している。2003年にはヴェネチア・ビエンナーレに日本代表作家として参加。近年の主な個展には「Hollow」(2009年/メゾンエルメス)、「幽体の知覚」(2010年/森美術館、以後国内3カ所巡回)、「Time Tomb」(2013年/フォトグラフィスカ/ストックホルム)などがある。国内外のグループ展にも多数参加。

Motohiko Odani

Born in 1972 in Kyoto, Motohiko Odani studied sculpture and received a BA and a MA from Tokyo University of the Arts. Odani employs not only wood sculpture but diverse materials like stuffed animals and fur, and media like photography and video in order to challenge the notion of sculpture and to explore its possibilities, capturing the intangible in his artworks. He has participated in numerous international exhibitions including the 50th Venice Biennale (2003), and a number of major solo exhibitions such as Hollow (2009, Maison Hermés, Tokyo), Phantom-Limb (2010, Mori Art Museum, Tokyo), Time Tomb (2013, Fotografiska, Stockholm) among others.

小谷元彦|Motohiko Odani



Natsumi Araki(Curator, Mori Art Museum)

Receiving MA in Museum Studies from Leicester University in England and BA in Literature from Keio University, she started her career as a curator at Mitaka City Arts Foundation in 1994. She has been a curator of Mori Art Museum since 2003 and has been teaching at Keio University since 2011. Her major exhibitions include “The World is a Stage: Stories behind Pictures” (2005), “Roppongi Crossing 2007: Future Beats in Japanese Contemporary Art” (2007), “Odani Motohiko: Phantom Limbs” (2010), “Go-Betweens: The World Seen Through Children” (2014). She also co-curated “City_net Asia 2009” at Seoul Museum of Art.