In a wide-ranging practice spanning four decades, Japanese artist Tetsumi Kudo (1935 –1990) explored the human experience, interrogating the proliferation of mass consumption and the rise of technology. His oeuvre addresses themes of colonialism, racism, social cohesion, and environmental degradation through biomorphic sculptures and assemblages incorporating found materials.
Selected Solo Exhibitions
Selected Group Exhibitions
Awards and Grants
Happenings, Ceremonies, Performances, Lectures and Films
Public and Special Projects