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      Simon Fujiwara,Born in 1982 in London, now lives and works in Berlin.
Since 1982 (Since 1982) Fujiwara Simao first solo exhibition in the United Kingdom, Tate St. Ives art museum exhibition includes artists specially produced six pieces of new work. Fujiwara Tate St. Ives art museum in the works more integrated into its own on-site installations, these works from a number of college and St Ives artists concerned: Bernard Lynch (Bernard Leach), Alfred Wallis (AlfredWallis), Barbara Hepworth (Barbara Hepworth) and Patrick Heron (Patrick Heron); as well as several other museum collection of contemporary art practice persons, such as Sarah Lucas (Sarah Lucas) and Andrea Fraser (Andrea Fraser) and the like.
Fujiwara's mother is British, his father is Japanese. The age of four, following the family moved a mile from St Ives Bay of Biscay Carl, lived until the age of sixteen to leave. And this time he was presented in the exhibition project is focused on their own (with Karl Biscay Bay and St Ives belong Cornwall, England) in West Cornwall are spent his childhood, through this exhibition, Fujiwara started to explore for themselves: in St Ives and art meet by chance; separation of the two parent-child relationships ...... since 1982 for the artist was a homecoming trip clues about his personal growth, precise and delicate construct a unique context.
Autobiography, the real, or imagined, Fujiwara together form the basis of artistic creation. Their identity and family background experience elements and mythology or real historical events, was Fujiwara to storytelling approach to integration, complex structures to make an impact by blurring reality and fiction. Fujiwara plays multiple roles in this all "bureau" in: investigators, novelist, playwright, as well as travelers.
Exhibition since 1982, on display in several independent space, which is the artist's internal structure according to art galleries and do a special design. As shown in the exhibition title, the field devices each hall is demonstrated by Fujiwara life of a fragment from the body in the womb to adulthood. Also as part of the narrative, the exhibition hall all the text written by the artist himself.
[Video] Simon Fujiwara - Since 1982
Fujiwara Simao (Simon Fujiwara), since 1982. (Since 1982)
Heron Hall (Heron Mall, the artist Patrick Heron named Hall)
Museum of Art's autobiography 2012
Heron Mall
Autobiography of a Museum 2012
Childhood in West Cornwall, Fujiwara Simao frequented Tate St. Ives Gallery. It was here, he and art meet by chance, he also admitted that he interest in art and architecture that begins here. Fujiwara then went to Germany to study art, and studied architecture in England. Fujiwara's works were starting from investigation, through a series of stories and narrative to construct, often full of personal imagination. He will be a variety of visual materials, notes, arts and crafts are combined, through the fictional story of these items, objects blend.
In construction, the model for the role of the architect's role is like a sketchbook for visual artists, like during and after the exhibition prepared several visits to St Ives, Fujiwara in his Berlin studio produced a whole art gallery interior model structure. In Hairong hall, art gallery and Fujiwara production model exhibited together, and he left his childhood in West Cornwall photos and he got some from nearby objects, including Mel never far from Perth Beach sand caught. Beautifully produced three-dimensional exhibition model, because the works are to be proportionally reduced so that it and like a child's toy box.
Museum of Art's autobiography namely we present the story of the artist and the art gallery Tate St. Ives, and from the perspective Fujiwara, takes us into the adventure of the exhibition.

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