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The New York Times Reviews Japan Society’s Exhibition

Courtesy of the artist and Zürcher Gallery, New York

Kazuko Miyamoto: To perform a line
Japan Society

Now through July 10, 2022

In the Fine Art section of Friday's (May 27) The New York Times, preeminent art critic and journalist Holland Cotter published an informative, insightful, and complimentary review of Japan Society's current exhibition of the work of Kazuko Miyamoto. In the review, “Maverick Minimalist, Global Citizen”, Cotter summarizes Miyamoto's biography, which included her birth in Tokyo in 1942, move to New York in 1964, friendship and work with Sol LeWitt, and decades-long work, life, and involvement with the Lower East Side. Cotter surveys the various influences, developments, and styles of Miyamoto's oeuvre, which is now on display in her first institutional solo exhibition. To read Cotter's review, click here.

Japan Society's website offers more information about the artist and her long career, with a video preview and online 3-D exhibition tour. Also available are details about the organization's current visit protocols and processes. For more details, click here.