Yukinori MAEDA

"ECHOES 1", 2011, lambda print, wood frame, 417 x 617 x 35mm

Yukinori Maeda (b.1971) lives and works in Japan. His work has been featured in multiple international exhibitions including,  “Space for Your Future”, Museum of Contemporary Art Tokyo (2007), “Mellow Fever”, galerie des galerie, Paris (2008), “MOT Collection: Plastic Memories -Illuminating the Now”, Museum of Contemporary Art Tokyo (2012), “OUR MAGIC HOUR” How Much of the World Can We Know? YOKOHAMA TRIENNALE 2011″, Yokohama Museum of Art (2011).

In 2009, Taka Ishii Gallery (Kiyosumi, Tokyo) presented Maeda’s debut solo exhibition, “UNIVERSAL LOVE.”The central theme of Maeda’s projects has consistently focused upon the theme of “light.”Maeda has exhibited installations consisting of reconstructed images of found photographs, objects, lighting systems and sound systems linked to the wave length of light. Maeda’s installations, created from the placement of fragmented landscapes and geometric signs, presents a spiritual space where both “light” and the viewer interact with one another.

Maeda’s second solo exhibition, “ECHOES” was held at Taka Ishii Gallery (Kiyosumi, Tokyo) from November 12-December 10, 2011.

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