“Kazuko Miyamoto: To perform a line is the first institutional exhibition to survey the significant artist Kazuko Miyamoto (b. 1942). The exhibition brings together key bodies of the artist’s work, beginning with her contributions to (and subversion of) the Minimalism movement through early paintings and drawings from the late 1960s and moving to her increasingly spatial string constructions of the 1970s, culminating with her kimono series from 1987 through the 2000s. A number of the works that are on view have never been shown together nor been exhibited since they were first created, offering a crucial opportunity for the public to encounter Miyamoto’s rich oeuvre for the first time and providing an overdue re-examination of this singular artist.” — Japan Society
Installation views of Kazuko Miyamoto: To perform a line at Japan Society. Photos by Corrado Serra.
Kazuko Miyamoto: To perform a line was curated by Tiffany Lambert. The exhibition design was by New York-based Ransmeier, Inc.