HIRAKI SAWA

HIRAKI SAWA. Things go Around. 2011-2012. Maisterravalbuena. Madrid. Exhibition view HIRAKI SAWA. Things go Around. 2011-2012. Maisterravalbuena. Madrid. Exhibition view (In front: “Bell (from O)”. On the wall: “Tracking (from O)”) HIRAKI SAWA. Things go Around. 2011-2012. Maisterravalbuena. Madrid. Exhibition view (In front: “Sleeping Machine [II]”. In the back: “Sleeping Machine [I]”) HIRAKI SAWA. did i?. 2011 (still). Single channel video with audio. 9’31’’. Edition of 8 HIRAKI SAWA. did i?. 2011 (still). Single channel video with audio. 9’31’’. Edition of 8 HIRAKI SAWA. did i?. 2011 (still). Single channel video with audio. 9’31’’. Edition of 8 HIRAKI SAWA. Sleeping Machine [I]. 2011 (still). Single channel color video work. 7’. Edition of 8 HIRAKI SAWA. Sleeping Machine [I]. 2011 (still). Single channel color video work. 7’. Edition of 8 HIRAKI SAWA. Sleeping Machine [II]. 2011 (still). Single channel black and white video work on wooden box frame video monitor. 5’40’’. Edition of 8 HIRAKI SAWA. Bell (from O). 2011 (still). Single channel video with custom monitor. Dimensions variables. Edition of 5 HIRAKI SAWA. Tracking (from O). 2011 (still). HD video transferred to Blu-ray disc. 4’30’’. Edition of 8 HIRAKI SAWA. For Saya. 2011. Two-channel video on two LCD monitors in customized wooden box. 3’20’’. Edition of 3 HIRAKI SAWA. For Saya. 2011 (still). Two-channel video on two LCD monitors in customized wooden box. 3’20’’. Edition of 3 HIRAKI SAWA. Record (video study for "figment"). 2011 (Still). 4:3 video with artist designed monitor. 4’10’’ HIRAKI SAWA. Record (video study for "figment"). 2011 (Still). 4:3 video with artist designed monitor. 4’10’’ HIRAKI SAWA. Record (video study for "figment"). 2011 (Still). 4:3 video with artist designed monitor. 4’10’’ HIRAKI SAWA. From Silts (one bird). 2009. Painted brass, wooden shelf. 10 x 15 x 10 cm. Edition of 10 HIRAKI SAWA. Out of the blue. 2008 (Still). Two channel video installation. 13’20”. Edition of 8 HIRAKI SAWA. Out of the blue. 2008 (Still). Two channel video installation. 13’20”. Edition of 8 HIRAKI SAWA. Out of the blue. 2008 (Still). Two channel video installation. 13’20”. Edition of 8 HIRAKI SAWA. Out of the blue. 2008 (Still). Two channel video installation. 13’20”. Edition of 8 HIRAKI SAWA. Hako. 2007 (Still). Six channel video installation. 12’. HIRAKI SAWA. Hako. 2007 (Still). Six channel video installation. 12’. HIRAKI SAWA. Hako. 2007 (Still). Six channel video installation. 12’. HIRAKI SAWA. Eight Minutes. 2005 (Still). Single channel video. 8’48’’. Edition of 8 HIRAKI SAWA. Eight Minutes. 2005 (Still). Single channel video. 8’48’’. Edition of 8 HIRAKI SAWA. Eight Minutes. 2005 (Still). Single channel video. 8’48’’. Edition of 8 HIRAKI SAWA. Going places sitting down. 2004. Three channel video installation. 4’55’’. Edition of 8. Commissioned by the Hayward/Bloomberg Artists’ Commission. Installation view at Hiraki Sawa. Going Places Sitting Down. 2006. James Cohan Gallery. New York HIRAKI SAWA. Going places sitting down. 2004 (Still). Three channel video installation. 4’55’’. Edition of 8. Commissioned by the Hayward/Bloomberg Artists’ Commission HIRAKI SAWA. Going places sitting down. 2004 (Still). Three channel video installation. 4’55’’. Edition of 8. Commissioned by the Hayward/Bloomberg Artists’ Commission HIRAKI SAWA. Elsewhere. 2003 (Still). Single channel video. 7’40’’. Edition of 8 HIRAKI SAWA. Dwelling. 2002 (Still). Single channel video. 9’20”. Edition of 8 HIRAKI SAWA. Dwelling. 2002 (Still). Single channel video. 9’20”. Edition of 8 HIRAKI SAWA. Dwelling. 2002 (Still). Single channel video. 9’20”. Edition of 8 HIRAKI SAWA. Hako. 2007. Six channel video installation. Installation view at Hiraki Sawa. 2007. Chisenhale Gallery. London

Born 1977 in Ishikawa, Japan

Lives and works in London, UK

 

SELECTED SOLO SHOWS / SCREENINGS
2016
Man in Camera, Parafin, London
2015
James Cohan Gallery, Shanghai
Terrain, Project Fulfill Art Space, Taipei, Taiwan
Hiraki Sawa: Lineament, fig 2, ICA, London
2014
Under the Box, Beyond the Bounds, Tokyo Opera City Art Gallery, Tokyo, Japan
Hiraki Sawa, Tokyo Opera City Gallery, Tokyo, Japan
2013
Lenticular, Visual Research Centre, Dundee, Scotland
New Media Series, Hiraki Sawa: Migration, Saint Louis Art Museum, Saint Louis, Missouri, USA
Figment, James Cohan Gallery, Nueva York, USA
Airliner, Mori Art Museum, MAM SCREEN, Roppongi Hills, Tokyo, Japan

2012

Hiraki Sawa – Lineament, Shiseido Gallery, Tokyo, Japan

Hiraki Sawa: Videos, Museum Goch, Goch, Germany

Hiraki Sawa – Dwelling, Kunsthaus Essen, Essen, Germany

2011

Things Go Around, Maisterravalbuena, Madrid, Spain

Other Dwellings, Kresge Art Museum, Michigan State University, USA

O, James Cohan Gallery, New York, USA

2010

Carrousel, Musée des Beaux-Arts et d’Archéologie et Musée du Temps de Besançon, Besançon, France

Animated Screen, Husets Biograf, Copenhagen, Denmark

Hiraki Sawa, Void, Derry, N. Ireland

2009

Hiraki Sawa, IUFM, Dijon, France

Out of the Blue, Maisterravalbuena,Madrid,Spain

Hiraki Sawa, James Cohan Gallery,New York,USA

Hiraki Sawa, KnoxvilleMuseum ofArt,Knoxville,USA

2008

Hako, CABde Burgos,Spain

2007

Hiraki Sawa, Chisenhale Gallery,London,UK

Thermocline of Art. New Asian Waves,ZKMCenterforArt and MediaKarlsruhe,Germany

2006

Elsewhere, Sagamore Hotel,Miami,USA

Passage,ParisGare Du Nord,London,UK

Hiraki Sawa, WexnerCenter for the Arts,Columbus,USA

Hiraki Sawa, Wooster College of Art,Wooster,USA (travelling toFristCenter for the Visual Arts,Nashville)

Hiraki Sawa, National Gallery of Victoria,Melbourne,Australia

Hiraki Sawa, James Cohan Gallery,New York,USA

Hiraki Sawa, Certain Places, Firstsite Contemporary Art Centre,Essex,UK

2005

Hiraki Sawa, GoingPlaces SittingDown, Hayward/BloombergCommission forWaterloo, Sunset Pavillion at Hayward Gallery,London,UK

Hiraki Sawa, HirshhornMuseum and Sculpture Garden,WashingtonD.C.,USA

Slow Down,PilarParra&RomeroGaleriadearte, Madrid, Spain

Hiraki Sawa, Ota Fine Arts,Tokyo,Japan

Criterium 63,MitoArtTower,Japan

New Media Series – Migration,Saint LouisArt Museum,Saint Louis,USA

Hammer Projects –Hiraki Sawa,UCLAHammerMuseumof Art,Los Angeles,USA

2004

Hiraki Sawa, James Cohan Gallery,New York,USA

2003

Dwelling, Kettle’s Yard,Cambridge,UK

Hiraki Sawa, Ota Fine Arts,Tokyo,Japan

Hiraki Sawa, Ikon Gallery,Birmingham,UK

Panoramica,Museo TamayoArteContemporáneo,Mexico City,Mexico

 

SELECTED GROUP SHOWS
2016
Roppongi Crossing 2016, Mori Art Museum, Tokyo, Japan
2014
Landscape: the virtual, the actual, the possible?, Kadist Art Foundation, Paris
Variations of the Moon, Nam June Paik Art Center, Yongin-si Gyeonggi-do, South Korea Rewritten by Machine and New Technology: Video Art, 1969-2013, University Art Gallery, Indiana State University, Terre Haute
All About These… Ladies And Gentlemen, National Gallery of Arts Tirana, Tirana
Side Effects, Basel, Switzerland
2013

Arquivo Vivo, Paço das Artes, São Paulo, Brazil

Lo Real Maravilloso, La Colección MusacEn El Año Dual España–Japón, MUSAC, Léon, Spain

12th Biennale de Lyon 2013, La Biennale de Lyon, Lyon, France

True Illusion, Illusory Truthy, Contemporary Art Beyond Ordinary Experience, TaipeiFineArtsMuseum, Taipei

What We See, NMAO National Museum of Art Osaka, Osaka, Japan

2012

Sunlight on Cold Water, Kunsthalle Detroit, Detroit, Míchigan, USA

Mardin Bienali 2012, Mardin Biennale, Mardin, Turkey

Flight and the Artistic Imagination, Compton Verney Gallery, Warwickshire, England

Acortando distancias. Panorama Asiático de la Colección MUSAC / Shortening Distances. Asian Panorama of the MUSAC Collection, Museo de Arte Contemporáneo de Castilla y León, León, Spain

Double Vision: Contemporary Art from Japan, MoscowMuseum of Modern Art, Moscow, Russia

Magic Lantern: Recent Acquisitions in Contemporary Art, The IsraelMuseum, Jerusalem, Israel

The mind was dreaming. The world was its dream, Solstice Art Centre, Navan, Co Meath, Ireland

ARCO’12, booth Maisterravalbuena, Madrid, España

2011

Experiencias 4,MASMuseo de ArteModerno y Contemporáneo de Santandery Cantabria, Santander, Spain

Cryptic: The Use of Allegory in Contemporary Art with a Master Class from Goya, Contemporary Art Museum, St. Louis, MO, USA

Bye Bye Kitty! Between Heaven and Hell in Contemporary Japanese Art, curated by David Elliot, JapanSociety, New York, USA

Fat Chance to dream (Una oportunidad para soñar), curated by Tania Pardo, Maisterravalbuena, Madrid, Spain

Bridge of Vision 2011, Museo de Arte Moderno y Contemporáneo de Santander y Cantabria, Santander, Spain

ARCO’11, BoothMaisterravalbuena,Madrid,Spain

2010

Elsewhere, Animac: Mostra Internacional de Cinema d’Animació de Catalunya, Spain

Reflection, Art Tower Mito, Ibaraki, Japan

Smoke + Mirrors / Shadows + Fog, HunterCollege / Times Square Art Gallery, New York, USA

2009

Voyages, Japanese Cultural Center, Paris / Tokyo Metropolitan Museum of Photography, Tokyo, Japan

Automatic Cities: The Architectural Imaginary in Contemporary Art, curated by Dr. Robin Clark, The Museum of Contemporary Art, San Diego, USA

Big in Japan: The Contemporary Japanese Art Exhibition, curated by Renata Dubinskaite and Kestutis Kuizinas, Contemporary Art Centre, Vilnius, Lituania

Parades and Processions: Here come everybody, Parasol Unit, London, UK

Neoteny Japan: Contemporary Artists after 1990s – From Takahashi Collection, The Ueno Royal Museum, Tokyo, Japan

Mi Vida. From Heaven to Hell. Life experiences in art from MUSAC Collection, curated by Agustín Pérez Rubio and Zsolt Petrányi, Mücarnok Kunsthalle, Budapest, Hungary

Incidental Affairs, SuntoryMuseum, Osaka, Japan

Fact and Fiction: Recent works from the UBS Art Collection, Guangdong Museum of Art, Guangzhou, China

Curious Cars and Miniature Movers, Ipswich Art Gallery, Australia

2008

Best of Discovery, ShContemporary,Shanghai,China

Promenades Insomniaques,PetachTikvaMuseumof Art, Tel Aviv,Israel

IMPLANT,UBSArtGallery,New York,USA

Gustos, colecciones y cintas de video,Centro de Arte2 de Mayo, Móstoles, Madrid, Spain

2007

Thermocline of Art. New Asian Waves,ZKMCenterforArt and MediaKarlsruhe,Germany

In Wonderland: Animations by Christine Rebet,Hiraki Sawaand Shahzia Sikander,ScottsdaleMuseumof Contemporary Art,Scottsdale,USA

Love and Politics, in a minorkey,Istanbul Museum of Modern Art,Istanbul,Turkey

2006

Homestories, Kunstverein Grafschaft Bentheim,Neuenhaus,Germany

Dynamic Entrophy, HouldsworthGallery,London,UK

Where They Still Dance, Fact Centre,Liverpool,UK

Fatamorgana,HaifaMuseumofArt,Haifa,Israel

The Joyful House, Aichi PrefecturalMuseumofArt,Nagoya,Japan

New Acquisitions, Ota Fine Art,Tokyo,Japan

Still Moving: Selected Video by Photographers,RichardL.NelsonGallery,UniversityofCaliforniaDavis,USA.

Around the World in 80 Days, SouthLondon Gallery,London,UK

Fast Futures: Asian Video Art,Japan Society Gallery,JapanSociety,New York,USA

Broken Romanticism, curated by Stephen Walter, Standpoint Gallery,London,UK

Margulies Collection at the Warehouse, Margulies Warehouse,Miami,USA

2005

Xanadu Variation,MuseumofContemporaryArt,Taipei,Taiwan

Pop! Pop! Pop!, Gana Arts Centre,Seoul,South Korea

Slow Down, PhotoEspaña05,PilarParra&RomeroGaleriadeArte, Madrid, Spain

The Mind is a Horse Part 2, BloombergSpace,London,UK

DOMICILE: Privé/ Public,MuseumofModernArt ofSaint-EtienneMétropole,France

Sculpture,James CohanGallery,New York,USA

Building Capacity, Storey Gallery,Lancaster,UK

Size Matters, Yorkshire Sculpture Part / Longside Gallery,Yorkshire,UK

Behind Closed Doors, Dundee Contemporary Arts,Dundee,Scotland,UK

Land, Ota Fine Arts,Tokyo,Japan

Rites and Rewrites: Borders in Asia,MuseumofContemporaryArt,Porto Alegre,Brazil

2004

Dwellan: Exhibition of Contemporary Video Art, CharlottenborgExhibition Hall,Copenhagen,Denmark

1 + 1 = 1,EstonianAcademyof Arts and Cinema Theater”Sõprus”,Tallinn,Estonia

Frieze Art Fair2004,RegentsPark,London,UK

The Encounters in the 21st Century: Polyphony- EmergingResonances”, 21stCenturyMuseum,Kanazawa,Japan

Situations construites, Attitudes,Geneva,Switzerland

Duvel’s Eldorado 2, Galerie Drantmann,Brussels,Belgium

Spin Cycle,SpikeIsland,Bristol,UK

Flight, LIFT Contemporary,Cherokee,USA

Back to the Future, Terrace Gallery,Leeds,UK

Eijanaika! Yes future! Post-twentiethCentury Japan, Collection Lambert, Musée d’Art Contemporain,Avignon,France

TokyoRabbit Paradise, Careof,Milan,Italy

Akimahen, Maison Folie de Wazemmes,Lille,France

Volere volare, Placentia Arte, Piacenza, Italy

Art…chitecture: Form Defies Function, Evo Gallery,Santa Fe,USA

Wonderful Travel Agency,BorusanArtGallery,Istanbul,Turkey

The 59th Minute, Creative Time, Video Art on the Times SquareAstrovision,New York,USA

2003

Going a Journey, Charles H. Scott Gallery, Emily CarrInstitute,GranvilleIsland,Canada

Wings of Art, Kunsthalle Darmstadt,Darmstadt,Germany

Home at Last, Terrace Gallery,Leeds,UK

The Global Arena,MuseumofContemporaryArt,Cleveland,USA

Random-ize, Eslite Gallery,Taipei,Taiwan

Air,James CohanGallery,New York,USA

2002

Bloomberg New Contemporaries, Static, Liverpool / The Curve, Barbican Centre,London,UK

Lost and Found, Savage Gallery,Portland,USA

Flawed Idyll, The Ashley Gardens Gallery,London,UK

New Contemporaries 2002, Static,Liverpool,UK

EastInternational 2002, NorwichGallery,Norwich,UK

Sukima Project_02,Akihabara, Tokyo, Japan

2001

TRaP (TokyoLife), Selfridges,London,UK

2000

Homeworks, Clerkenwell Green Association, PennybankShowcase,London,UK

Constructions, Apt Gallery,London,UK

1999

Reflection, East London Gallery,London,UK

1994

Hikaru, Ugoku, Ayashii,ICC Gallery,Tokyo,Japan

 

SELECTED INTERNATIONAL ART FESTIVALS

2010

SITE Santa Fe Eighth International Biennial, Santa Fe, USA

2009

The 6th Asian-Pacific Triennial of Contemporary Art,QueenslandArtGallery, Brisbane, Australia

2007

Experimenta Playground,International Biennial of Media Arts,Melbourne,Australia

12e Biennale de l’Image en Mouvement, Centre Pourl’Image Contemporaine, Saint Gervais,Geneva,Switzerland

2005

Experimenta: VanishingPoint, Margaret Lawrence Galleries at VCA,Melbourne,Australia

Art circus: Jumpingfrom the Ordinary, Yokohama Triennial, Yamashita Pier,Yokohama,Japan

WATER (Without youI’m not),IIIValencia Biennial,Valencia,Spain

2004

Video Zone 2, Herzliya Museum, Israel

2003

C’est arrivé demain, Lyon Biennial,MuseumofContemporary Art,Lyon,France

 

COMMISSIONS

GoingPlaces SittingDown, Hayward Gallery/Bloomberg. Artist Commission forWaterlooSunset, DanGrahamPavilion, Hayward Gallery,London,UK

In Here, Public Programmes Commission from the Hayward Gallery,London,UK

 

HONORS AND AWARDS

2002 EAST Award for“Dwelling” and “Monumental Vision” EAST International, NorwichGallery

Selectors:LawrenceWeinerand JackWender

 

PUBLIC COLLECTIONS

21st Century Museum of Contemporary Art, Kanazawa, Japan

Aichi Prefectural Museum of Art, Aichi, Japan

Arts Council Collection, Hayward Gallery, London, UK

CAB, Burgos, Spain

Detroit Institute of Arts, Detroit, OH, USA

HirshhornMuseum and Sculpture Garden, Smithsonian Institute, Washington, DC, USA

KnoxvilleMuseum of Art, Knoxville, TN, USA

Modern Art Museum of Fort Worth, TX, USA

MoriArt Museum, Tokyo, Japan

Museum of Contemporary Art, San Diego, CA, USA

Museo de Arte Contemporáneo de Castilla y León, Leon, Spain

National Gallery of Victoria, Melbourne, Victoria, Australia

QueenslandArtGallery, Gallery of Modern Art, Brisbane, Australia

Saint LouisArt Museum, Saint Louis, MO, USA

The IsraelMuseum, Jerusalem, Israel

TokyoMetropolitanMuseum of Photography

UBS Art Collection, Zurich, Switzerland

WalkerArtCenter, Minneapolis, MN, USA

 

BIBLIOGRAPHY

2013

Herbert, Martin, “Now See This”, ArtReview, March, 2013

2012

Brassó, Emma, “Hiraki Sawa. Maisterravalbuena – Madrid,” Flash Art International No. 282, Jan. – Feb. 2012

2011

Molina, Óscar Alonso, “Dulces Sueños,” ABC Cultural, November 5, 2011

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2010

Smoke + Mirrors / Shadows + Fog, HunterCollegeArtGalleries

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2009

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2008

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2006

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2005

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EXHIBITIONS:

2014—15

Under the box

2011—12

Things go Around

2008—09

Out of the blue