The 58th Carnegie International, titled ‘Is it morning for you yet?’ brings together historical works from the collections of international institutions, estates, and artists, alongside new commissions and recent works by contemporary artists.
The sixth edition of ‘A Summer in Le Havre’ features several temporary large-scale art installations and a curated programme of events. Highlights include a ‘half-man, half-woman being’ by Japanese sculptor Izumi Kato, set in the tree-lined square of Saint-Vincent church. Also on view is ‘Apparitions’ by German artist Stephan Balkenhol, a permanent installation of figures displayed on the facades of the city’s Perret Buildings.
Curated by Dakin Hart with Alberto Rios de la Rosa, Assembly’s inaugural exhibition is devoted to cultural, social and economic exchange. 'Assembly 1: Unstored' features artworks 'rescued from the isolation of storage crates' and re-entered into the world, where they can 'play their role in the marketplace of ideas'.
Now in its 5th edition, ‘Artists’ Fair Kyoto’ is an independent artist showcase that positions new works by internationally acclaimed artists alongside up-and-coming artists across multiple venues in the city. Japanese artist Izumi Kato will exhibit a scroll and a small stone sculpture at Kiyomizu temple in Kyoto.
Hawaii Triennial 2022 (HT22) is framed around the fluid concept of Pacific Century – E Ho‘omau no Moananuiākea – interweaving themes of history, place, and identity within the context of Hawaii’s unique location at the confluence of the Asia-Pacific and Oceania.
Stephen Friedman Gallery is delighted to announce representation of Japanese artist Izumi Kato.
Kato lives and works between Tokyo and Hong Kong. He was born in 1969 in the Shimane prefecture of Japan, a sparsely populated province bordered by mountain and sea which houses Izumo Ōyashiro, one of the oldest and most significant shrines in Shintoism.
‘LIKE A ROLLING SNOWBALL’ brings together 145 works, including never seen before pieces, to provide a comprehensive overview of Izumi Kato's career spanning a quarter of a century.
Fundación Casa Wabi presents Izumi Kato’s first exhibit in Latin America. For this exhibition, Izumi Kato worked in-situ, exploring the new possibilities in form, materials and textures offered by Mexico. The result is a combination of new colors and compositions, never used by the artist before.
Izumi Kato presents more than 50 works from the past decade including Untitled (2018), a brand-new fabric series specially tailored for the exhibition and a site-specific creation in the garden of Red Brick Art Museum.
Nizayama Art Park Power Plant Museum presents ‘Living in Figures’, a joint exhibition by two internationally renowned contemporary artists from Japan and China, Izumi Kato and Chen Fei.
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