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Leandro Erlich: Seeing and Believing

Download Service Period : 9/6/2017~4/1/2018

  • 2004
    Digital print on linoleum, light, iron, wood, mirror
    800 x 600 x 1,200 cm
    Installation view: 104-Paris, 2011
    *Referential image

  • 2004
    Digital print on linoleum, light, iron, wood, mirror
    800 x 600 x 1,200 cm
    Installation view: 104-Paris, 2011
    *Referential image

  • 2004
    Digital print on linoleum, light, iron, wood, mirror
    800 x 600 x 1,200 cm
    Installation view: Nuit Blanche, Paris, 2004
    *Referential image

  • 2004
    Concrete, glass, water
    280 x 402 x 697 cm
    Collection: 21st Century Museum of Contemporary Art, Kanazawa
    Photo: Kioku Keizo
    Photo courtesy: 21st Century Museum of Contemporary Art, Kanazawa
    *Referential image

  • 2014
    Fiber glass, metal frame, movement system, wood and acrylic panel
    Dimensions variable
    Installation view: "Hanjin Shipping The Box Project 2014," National Museum of Modern and Contemporary Art, Korea, Seoul, 2014
    Courtesy: National Museum of Modern and Contemporary Art, Korea; Art Front Gallery; Galleria Continua

  • 2005
    Two rooms of identical size with sofa, bookcase, desk, chair, carpet, glass, light
    Dimensions variable
    Installation view: Fundación PROA, Buenos Aires, 2013
    Photo: Clara Cullen
    *Referential image

  • 2008
    Panel, frame, mirror, stool, curtain, light
    Dimensions variable
    Installation view: Iguatemi Shopping Mall, São Paulo, 2016
    Courtesy: Iguatemi Shopping Mall, Luciana Brito Galeria
    Photo: Luciana Prezia

  • 2015
    Inkjet print
    145 x 100 cm

  • 2015
    Photograph
    145 x 100 cm

  • Photo: Alejandro Guyot

  • 2014
    Fiber glass, metal frame, movement system, wood, acrylic panel
    Dimensions variable
    Installation view: “Leandro Erlich: Seeing and Believing” Mori Art Museum, Tokyo, 2017-2018
    Photo: Hasegawa Kenta
    Courtesy: Art Front Gallery and Galleria Continua
    Photo courtesy: Mori Art Museum, Tokyo

  • 2014
    Fiber glass, metal frame, movement system, wood, acrylic panel
    Dimensions variable
    Installation view: “Leandro Erlich: Seeing and Believing” Mori Art Museum, Tokyo, 2017-2018
    Photo: Hasegawa Kenta
    Courtesy: Art Front Gallery and Galleria Continua
    Photo courtesy: Mori Art Museum, Tokyo

  • 2016
    Ultra clear glass, ceramic ink, wood, light
    199.5 × 205 × 81 cm
    Installation view: “Leandro Erlich: Seeing and Believing” Mori Art Museum, Tokyo, 2017-2018
    Photo: Hasegawa Kenta
    Photo courtesy: Mori Art Museum, Tokyo

  • 2016
    Ultra clear glass, ceramic ink, wood, light
    199.5 × 205 × 81 cm (each)
    Installation view: “Leandro Erlich: Seeing and Believing” Mori Art Museum, Tokyo, 2017-2018
    Photo: Hasegawa Kenta
    Photo courtesy: Mori Art Museum, Tokyo

  • 2004/2017
    Inkjet print sheet, aluminium truss frame, wood, light, mirror sheet
    600 x 900 x 550 cm
    Courtesy: Galleria Continua
    Installation view: “Leandro Erlich: Seeing and Believing” Mori Art Museum, Tokyo, 2017-2018
    Photo: Hasegawa Kenta
    Photo courtesy: Mori Art Museum, Tokyo

  • 2017
    Wood, window, desk, chair, door, glass, light
    1220 × 550 × 430 cm
    Installation view: “Leandro Erlich: Seeing and Believing” Mori Art Museum, Tokyo, 2017-2018
    Photo: Hasegawa Kenta
    Photo courtesy: Mori Art Museum, Tokyo

  • 2017
    Wood, window, desk, chair, door, glass, light
    1,220 x 550 x 430 cm
    Installation view: “Leandro Erlich: Seeing and Believing” Mori Art Museum, Tokyo, 2017-2018
    Photo: Hasegawa Kenta
    Photo courtesy: Mori Art Museum, Tokyo

  • 2017
    Wood, window, desk, chair, door, glass, light
    1,220 × 550 × 430 cm
    Installation view: “Leandro Erlich: Seeing and Believing” Mori Art Museum, Tokyo, 2017-2018
    Photo: Hasegawa Kenta
    Photo courtesy: Mori Art Museum, Tokyo

  • 1996/2017
    Metal frame, wooden door, formica, model
    220 x 155 x 71 cm
    Installation view: “Leandro Erlich: Seeing and Believing” Mori Art Museum, Tokyo, 2017-2018
    Photo: Hasegawa Kenta
    Courtesy: Art Front Gallery and Ruth Benzacar Galeria de Arte
    Photo courtesy: Mori Art Museum, Tokyo

  • 1997/2017
    12-channel video installation, projector
    Dimensions variable
    approx. 10 min. each (loop)
    Installation view: “Leandro Erlich: Seeing and Believing” Mori Art Museum, Tokyo, 2017-2018
    Photo: Hasegawa Kenta
    Photo courtesy: Mori Art Museum, Tokyo

  • 2009
    Metal structure, brick, window, mirror, wood, acrylic panel, fluorescent light, artificial plant
    Dimensions variable
    Installation view: “Leandro Erlich: Seeing and Believing” Mori Art Museum, Tokyo, 2017-2018
    Photo: Hasegawa Kenta
    Courtesy: Art Front Gallery and Ruth Benzacar Galeria de Arte
    Photo courtesy: Mori Art Museum, Tokyo

  • 2008
    Panel, frame, mirror, stool, curtain, light
    Dimensions variable
    Installation view: “Leandro Erlich: Seeing and Believing” Mori Art Museum, Tokyo, 2017-2018
    Photo: Hasegawa Kenta
    Courtesy: Luciana Brito Galeria
    Photo courtesy: Mori Art Museum, Tokyo

  • 2008/2017
    Wood, mirror, chair, aluminium sash, light
    980 x 684 x 280 cm
    Installation view: “Leandro Erlich: Seeing and Believing” Mori Art Museum, Tokyo, 2017-2018
    Photo: Mikuriya Shinichiro
    Photo courtesy: Mori Art Museum, Tokyo

  • 2008/2017
    Wood, mirror, chair, aluminium sash, light
    980 x 684 x 280 cm
    Installation view: “Leandro Erlich: Seeing and Believing” Mori Art Museum, Tokyo, 2017-2018
    Photo: Mikuriya Shinichiro
    Photo courtesy: Mori Art Museum, Tokyo

MAM Collection 006: Materials and Boundaries - Handiwirman Saputra + Chiba Masaya

Download Service Period : 8/25/2017~4/1/2018

  • 2013
    Oil on canvas
    274 x 225 cm (set of 2)
    Photo courtesy: ShugoArts, Tokyo

  • 2011
    Resin, acrylic cast, polyurethane paint finish, galvanic plate, winding thread
    150 x 150 x 150 cm

MAM Screen 007: Yamamoto Atsushi

Download Service Period : 8/25/2017~4/1/2018

  • 2016
    High-definition video
    46 min.

  • 2010
    video
    2 min. 51 sec.

MAM Project 024: Dane Mitchell

Download Service Period : 8/25/2017~4/1/2018

  • 2017
    Archival inkjet print
    50 x 50 cm
    Courtesy: Hopkinson Mossman, Auckland & Christopher Grimes, Los Angeles

  • 2017
    Digital print on habotai silk
    130 x 140 cm
    Courtesy: Hopkinson Mossman, Auckland & Christopher Grimes, Los Angeles

Japan in Architecture: Genealogy of Its Transformation

Download Service Period : 11/10/2017~9/17/2018

  • 2011
    Kanazawa, Japan
    Photo: Kitajima Toshiharu

  • 1988
    Hokkaido, Japan
    Photo courtesy: Hoshino Resport Tomamu

  • 2015
    Milan, Italy
    Photo: Ohno Shigeru

  • Azuchi-Momoyama period (16th century) / 2018 (Replicated real-size)
    Replica production: Institute of Technologists
    * Referential image

  • 2018
    Installation
    * Referential image

  • 2010
    Kochi Prefecture, Japan
    Photo: Ota Takumi

  • 1973
    Osaka
    Photo courtesy: Takenaka Corporation

  • 1959
    Kagawa, Japan
    Photo: Ichikawa Yasushi
    Photo courtesy: Kagawa Prefecture

  • Heisei edition
    Large Nishiki-e (wood engraving print)
    Collection: Shimizu Corporation, Tokyo

  • 1923
    Tokyo
    Photo courtesy: Imperial Hotel, Ltd.

  • 2013
    Nagoya, Japan
    Photo: Nishikawa Masao

  • 2017
    Kanagawa, Japan
    © Odawara Art Foundation

FY2018 Exhibition Schedule

Download Service Period : 7/31/2017~5/26/2019

  • Tange Associates
    1959
    Kagawa, Japan
    Photo: Ichikawa Yasushi
    Photo courtesy: Kagawa Prefecture

  • Yoshio Taniguchi and Associates
    2011
    Kanazawa, Japan
    Photo: Kitajima Toshiharu

  • Kitagawara Atsushi + Atsushi Kitagawara Architects + Ishimoto Architectural & Engineering Firm, Inc.
    2015
    Milan, Italy
    Photo: Ohno Shigeru

  • Sugimoto Hiroshi
    2017
    Kanagawa, Japan
    © Odawara Art Foundation

  • 2011
    Documentation photograph of the project
    Photo: Miyajima Kei
    Courtesy: MUJIN-TO Production

  • 2014
    Mixed media installation,
    Installation view: “Swoon: Submerged Motherlands,” Brooklyn Museum, 2014
    Photo: Tod Seelie

  • Photo: Kioku Keizo
    Photo Courtesy: Mori Art Museum, Tokyo

  • Photo: Nagare Satoshi
    Photo courtesy: Mori Art Museum, Tokyo

Facility Images

Download Service Period : 2/2/2016~2/1/2030

  • Photo courtesy: Mori Art Museum, Tokyo

  • Photo courtesy: Mori Art Museum, Tokyo

  • Photo courtesy: Mori Art Museum, Tokyo

  • Photo courtesy: Mori Art Museum, Tokyo



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