This installation of ten works by Gabriel Orozco, seven Roto Shaku and three Obi Scrolls, complements Changing and Unchanging Things: Noguchi and Hasegawa in Postwar Japan (opening May 1). Created in Tokyo in 2015, Orozco’s works provide a contemporary parallel to Isamu Noguchi and Saburo Hasegawa’s efforts to create modern art that developed Japan’s traditional craft cultures.
Coinciding with an exhibition at Marian Goodman Gallery and the forthcoming English translation of Materia Escrita, a collection of his sketchbooks and writings from the mid-'90s through 2010, Gabriel Orozco joins Paul Holdengräber for a conversation about his creative life and artistic career. Known for portraying the delicate relationship of everyday objects to one another through photography, sculpture, installation, drawing, and video, Orozco, originally from Veracruz, Mexico, has been embraced by an international audience since coming to prominence in the early 1990s.
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