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In dialogue with Strömholm

15 December 2018 – 09 February 2019

Christer Strömholm, Dawid, Gerry Johansson, Henrik Strömberg, Håkan Elofsson, Inka and Niclas, Julia Peirone, Linda Bergman, Martina Hoogland Ivanow, Sascha Weidner, Susa Templin, Thom Bridge, Yuken Teruya until February 9, 2019 link!


12th Shanghai Biennale, Art in an Age of Historical Ambivalence

10 November 2018 - 10 March 2019

Yuken's new work "My Father's Favorite Game (Flipping Earth And Sky) 2018" is included in the 12th Shanghai Biennale. The show is on until March 10th. work information


'YUKEN TERUYA: CUTTING TREES

17 October 2018 – 31 Marcg 2019

Notice-Forest series at the exhibition "YUKEN TERUYA: CUTTING TREES" on view at Sugar Hill Children's Museum of Art & Storytelling, curated by Lauren Kelley.

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    Stone/Rock carvings as beginnings

    June 26 - June 30 2018

    Yuken's alma mater Tama Art University shows his work in an exhibition displaying prehistorical rock carvings from Europe and Asia along with contemporary art works.


    Stone/Rock carvings as beginnings

    June 26 - June 30 2018

    Yuken's alma mater Tama Art University shows his work in an exhibition displaying prehistorical rock carvings from Europe and Asia along with contemporary art works.


    be there - a group show in Tokyo's Ota Fine Arts gallery

    May 15 - July 7 2018

    "Be there"is a group exhibition featuring artworks that connote socio-political messages. "Be there" is a slogan used to encourage people to participate in demonstrations and other political and social activities. This exhibition title aims to showcase how each artist reaches out to the audience through artworks possessing the same issues of contemporaneity which exist today.


    A Colossal World: Japanese Artists and New York 1950s–Present

    March 6 - April 14 2018

    "A Colossal World" investigates the reciprocal channels of influence established between multiple generations of Japanese artists and the city of New York. This exhibition aims to help trace the evolution of this vibrant exchange from Japan's post-World-War-II economic boom to the present, from mid-century avant-gardes to emerging contemporary artists pushing new boundaries.


    Solo Exhibition: 'Parade From Far Far Away' at Gallery Okinawa

    09 December – 17 December 2017

    The exhibition at Gallery Okinawa shows the center piece of Yuken's 2014 solo exhibition at the Asian Art Museum Berlin and works inspired by it. Additionally, there will be a selection of works which have not been shown in Okinawa before.


    'LOST FOUND - TERUYA YUKEN solo exhibition' in Taiwan

    06 January – 06 April 2018

    We are pleased to announce Yuken's upcoming solo exhibition running from 6 January until 6 April in Taichung, Taiwan!
    The exhibition is presented by Live Forever Foundation and features an extensive selection of Yuken's works.


    'A Reunion with the Sea: Realism as Modern Asian Thought' at Art Museum Okinawa'

    19 December – 04 February 2018

    An exhibition series at the Okinawa Prefectural Museum & Art Museum explores ties and dynamics of art between Okinawa and Taiwan. This chapter looks into Okinawa's art history and the diversity of artistic strategies in Okinawa's very particular environment.


    Solo Exhibition: 'Parade From Far Far Away' at Gallery Okinawa

    09 December – 17 December 2017

    The exhibition at Gallery Okinawa shows the center piece of Yuken's solo exhibition at the Asian Art Museum Berlin and works inspired by it. Additionally, there will be a selection of works which have not been shown in Okinawa before.


    Japanorama. A new vision on art since 1970

    20 October – 05 May 2018

    Yuken shows two pieces at the exhibition "Japanorama. A new vision on art since 1970" at Centre Pompidou Metz, curated by Yuko Hasegawa.


    Tracing Shadows: Annie Kammerer-Butrus and Yuken Teruya
    04 October – 17 November 2017

    "Tracing Shadows" with contemporary artworks by Annie Kammerer Butrus and Yuken Teruya is curated by Shannon Morris.


    7th Moscow Biennale of Contemporary Art

    19 September 2017 – 18 January 2018

    Yuken's work is included in the 7th Moscow International Biennale of Contemporary Art.