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by Mary Jane Jacob

  • Author: Mary Jane Jacob
  • ISBN: 0295971312
  • ISBN13: 978-0295971315
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  • Language: English
  • Category: Collections Catalogs & Exhibitions
  • Publisher: Amer Museum of the Moving Image (June 1, 1991)
  • Pages: 96
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Shigeko Kubota Video Sculpture: American Museum of the Moving Image ePub download

Retrospective: "Shigeko Kubota, Video Sculpture," American Museum of the Moving Image, Astoria, New York, 1991. New York: Harry N. Abrams Publishers. Jacob, Mary Jane ed. Shigeko Kubota: Video Sculpture. New York: American Museum of the Moving Image, 1991.

Retrospective: "Shigeko Kubota, Video Sculpture," American Museum of the Moving Image, Astoria, New York, 1991. Shigeko Kubota," Whitney Museum of American Art, New York, 1996. Duchampiana (1968-1995)", Galerie de Paris, 1996. Includes: Roth, Moria, "The Voice of Shigeko Kubota:' A Fusion of Art and Life, Asia and America,'" and Hanley, JoAnn, "Reflections in a Video Mirror. Mark, Lisa, WACK! Art and the Feminist Revolution.

Jacob Mary Jane (e., Shigeko Kubota Video Sculpture, exh. ca. Astoria, American Museum of the Moving Image, 1991. Projects, Museum of Modern Art, New York, 1978. Shigeko Kubota 1975-1992, Stedelijk Museum, Amsterdam, 1992. Shigeko Kubota, Whitney Museum of American Art, New York, 1996. Shigeko Kubota Video Art Foundation. Japanese multimedia and performance artist. Shigeko Kubota studied sculpture at Tokyo University

Shigeko Kubota, who with Nam June Paik, her future husband, was one of the first artists to see the artistic potential of video technology, which she integrated in intensely personal sculptural works, died on Thursday in Manhattan.

Shigeko Kubota, who with Nam June Paik, her future husband, was one of the first artists to see the artistic potential of video technology, which she integrated in intensely personal sculptural works, died on Thursday in Manhattan. She was 77. The cause was cancer, Norman Ballard, her executor, said. In the early 1960s, Ms. Kubota was exhibiting her avant-garde sculpture in Tokyo, with little recognition, when George Maciunas, the founder of the anti-art Fluxus movement, persuaded her to relocate to New York

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Kubota, Shigeko, 1937-. Video art Exhibitions

Kubota, Shigeko, 1937-. Video art Exhibitions. Whitney Museum of American Art. Collection. whitneymuseum; artresources; americana.

Born in 1937 in Niigata, Japan, Shigeko Kubota became a key member of the Japanese avant-garde, a respected participant in New York Fluxus events in the 1960s, and, starting in the 1970s, a pioneering practitioner of video art. Upon graduating from the Tokyo University of Education i. . Upon graduating from the Tokyo University of Education in 1960, she fell in with members of the avant-garde movements Group Ongaku, Hi Red Center, and Zero Jigen.

Shigeko Kubota, American Artist. Recipient Indie award Association Indiana Video and Filmmakers, 1977, Maya Deren award American Film Institute, 1995; grantee Creative Artists Public Svc. Program, 1975, New York Foundation for Arts, 1985, visual arts grantee National Endowment for Arts, 1988; fellow National Endowment for Arts, 1975, 78, 80, Rockefeller fellow, 1979, German Academy Exch. Sv. Berlin, 1979, Guggenheim fellow, 1987.