2004 Seattle Art Museum, WA Abbe, Mary, “Curiously Fun Eclecticism”, Star Tribune, June 17. Miami / Italy / Uruguay bags and butterfly chrysalises. Ota Fine Arts Rain Forest. Santa Monica His work has been on view at P.S.1 Contemporary Art Center, Asia Society, and the Kunstwerein Wiesbaden in Germany. Using only common paper objects and ambient light, Yuken Teruya created entire solar systems and life cycles. Josée Bienvenu Gallery opened in September of 2004. Westcott, James, “Greater New York 2005
This exhibition will be accompanied by a series of storytelling events, activities and programs that explore the beauty in every day materials, reverence for the environment and opportunities for our youngest visitors to use scissors. 2005 Central features of his works include the idea of metamorphosis, and the subversion of expectations or traditional meanings.
2010 “L’art de la decoupe”, Editions Alternatives, Paris, France. 2000 Toilet paper rolls sprouting and spreading branches hang from the ceiling to create a “forest.” There is a moment when the cut-out branches and leaves start holding themselves up with their own strength. Mathonnet, Philippe, “Art | Basel, Bouquet D’images à Fleur D’émotions”, Le Temps, June 19. 2013 - Yuken Teruya: "Corner Forest", Toilet paper rolls work series "Toilet rolls sprouting and spreading branches are installed to a wall to create a forest. Courtesy of Piero Atchugarry and the artist. Connect With Us. He works with various materials such as toilet paper rolls, paper shopping bags and butterfly chrysalises. Scott, Andrea, “Local Heros”, Time Out New York, March 31 – April 7. Yuken Teruya is an artist based in New York and Berlin. The district is part of the subtropical zone and accounts for the early flourishing of a light-hearted and lively culture, different from that found on Japanﾕs main islands. Talbot, Emily, “Yuken Teruya”, Time Out New York, March 15 – 21. Biography. “Art”, The New York Times, August 31, 2007. His homeland lies in the south of Japan and is made up of many small islands. With Artist Yuken Teruya Trees Come From Paper, Not The Other Way Around. Working with discarded paper bags from takeout joints such as McDonald's and Krispy Kreme, commercial gift bags and post office packages, Teruya creates delicately rendered shadowboxes in which the sculptural form cut out from the container is shaped by the container itself. ... Yuken Teruya is an artist based in New York and Berlin. bags and butterfly chrysalises.
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