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"Yutaka Sone: Forecast - Snow"
2006-01-29 until 2006-04-09
Renaissance Society at The University of Chicago
USA United States of America
The Renaissance Society will present an exhibition by Yutaka Sone (Japan, living in the US) from January 29, 2006 to April 9, 2006. This multimedia installation will present a collection of new works whose unifying theme is snow. Consisting of a forest of live pine trees, drawings, paintings, and individual snowflake portraits in crystal, marble, and plaster, the installation will celebrate the spectacle of winter.
Sone has been included in numerous international biennial exhibitions, including the 2003 Venice Biennial where he had a solo exhibit in the Japanese pavilion, and numerous important group exhibitions, including the 2004 Whitney Biennial, and Universal Experience: Art, Life & the Tourists Eye at the MCA Chicago in 2005.
Exhibition Sponsors of Yutaka Sone: FORECAST SNOW include the Sara Lee Foundation and generous individual donors.
Established in 1915, The Renaissance Society is Chicago's oldest contemporary art museum. Focusing on the forefront of the visual arts, The Renaissance Society maintains an international reputation as one of the finest resources for contemporary art.
In addition to exhibitions, The Renaissance Society also sponsors concerts, performances, film and video screenings, and talks by noted artists and critics.
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