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Ken + Julia Yonetani: To Be Human

Solo exhibition at QUT Art Museum, Brisbane, Australia Dates 5 July 2022 – 23 October 2022 To be human, so audacious it bears ill omen. —Taguchi Randy To Be Human is the first major survey exhibition of Australian-Japanese artist duo Ken + Julia Yonetani. Working together since 2008, the artists have built a collaborative practice that unearths and visualises hidden connections between people and their environment. Responding to environmental degradation and global economic systems, their work…

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Eco-Urgency Exhibition

Ken + Julia Yonetani will participate in the exhibition “ECO-URGENCY / Now or Never” at Lehman College Art Gallery. Ken + Julia’s “Three Wishes” will be shown at the exhibition.  <Date> Tuesday, 7th December 2021–Saturday, 23rd April 2022<Opening time> Tuesday–Thursday, 10:00–16:00<Venue> Lehman College Art Gallery(250 Bedford Park Blvd West, Fine Arts Building, Bronx, NY 10468)

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Survey Show at the new Kadokawa Culture Museum, Japan

We are pleased to announce that our first large survey show in Japan “Ken + Julia Yonetani: That is why I want to be saved” will be held at the new Kadokawa Culture Museum. This unique art museum was designed by Kengo Kuma one of the world renowned architects and will be ground opened with our show on 6th November 2020 at Kadokawa Culture Museum in Saitama, Japan.

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Exhibition at Mizuma Gallery, Tokyo “Dysbiotica: The Age of Imbalance”

Ken + Julia Yonetani have been creating works inspired by environmental destruction and issues related to the global economic system. They say that their motivation comes from their own anxiety: catastrophe being their self-proclaimed “shtick.” This time around, they turn their attention to the world of microorganisms. Through farming, in the last several years Ken + Julia have held a strong interest in the microbes that lurk under the ground in soils, and came to…

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Exhibit in LA Craft Contemporary

“RAW: Craft, Commodity, and Capitalism” We are showing our work Grape Chandelier in this really interesting exhibition at Craft Contemporary. Exhibition and Artist Statement below… RAW features nine contemporary artists who work with a range of commodities as artistic material to explore the historical and contemporary effects of global capitalism. Their deliberate use of these materials acknowledges the complex and enduring legacy of capitalistic structures, such as slavery, colonialism, and industrialization, and their human and environmental…

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