Kishio Suga
Installation View
January 8February 21, 2015
Idou no Gensoku - A [Principles of Movement - A]
November 3December 22, 2012
Phase of Nothingness
February 25April 14, 2012

KISHIO SUGA
 
Born in Morioka, Iwate Prefecture, Japan, 1944

Education
BFA (majored in oil painting), Tama Art University, Tokyo, Japan, 1968
 
 
EXHIBITION HISTORY

One-Person Exhibitions

2015
Blum & Poe, New York, NY
Kishio Suga: Situated Latency, Museum of Contemporary Art, Tokyo, Japan
Kishio Suga: New Works, Itamuro Onsen Daikokuya, Itamuro, Nasushiobara, Tochigi Prefecture, Japan
8/ Art Gallery/ Tomio Koyama Gallery, Tokyo, Japan
Kishio Suga: 1980s, Gallery Cocon, Tokyo, Japan
Shane Campbell Gallery, Lincoln Park, Chicago, IL

2014
Kishio Suga: Situated Underlying Existence, Corps de Garde, Colmar, France
The “Origin of Situation” as Disclosed by “Things,” Vangi Sculpture Garden Museum, Shizuoka, Japan 
Itamuro Onsen Daikokuya, Itamuro, Nasushiobara, Tochigi Prefecture, Japan
Kishio Suga: 1970/80s, Gallery Cocon, Tokyo, Japan

2013
Gallery Collection: Lee Ufan, Takeda Art Co., Tokyo, Japan
A/D Gallery, Tokyo, Japan

2012
Blum & Poe, Los Angeles, CA
Placement of Hidden Currents, Tomio Koyama Gallery, Tokyo, Japan
Itamuro Onsen Daikokuya, Itamuro, Nasushiobara, Tochigi Prefecture, Japan

2011
Keio University, Hiyoshi Campus Gallery, Yokohama, Kanagawa Prefecture, Japan
New Works, Itamuro Onsen Daikokuya, Itamuro, Nasushiobara, Tochigi Prefecture, Japan
Soh Gallery, Tokyo, Japan

2010
Existence, Art Gallery Kanazawa College of Art, Ishikawa, Japan
What One Perceives in the Depths of One’s Sight, Gallery Cocon, Tokyo, Japan
New Works, Itamuro Onsen Daikokuya, Itamuro, Nasushiobara, Tochigi Prefecture, Japan
Space Hongjie, Seoul, Korea
Gallery 604 J & H, Busan, Korea

2009
Le Cose Esistono, Margini Arte Contemporanea, Massa, Italy
New Works, Itamuro Onsen Daikokuya, Itamuro, Nasushiobara, Tochigi Prefecture, Japan

2008
Tomio Koyama Gallery, Tokyo, Japan
TKG Editions Ginza, Tokyo, Japan
TKG Daikanyama, Tokyo, Japan
Gallery Saiensu, Morioka, Iwate Prefecture, Japan
New Works, Itamuro Onsen Daikokuya, Itamuro, Nasushiobara, Tochigi Prefecture, Japan
Daiwa Foundation Japan House, London, UK

2007
New Works, Itamuro Onsen Daikokuya, Itamuro, Nasushiobara, Tochigi Prefecture, Japan

2006
New Works, Itamuro Onsen Daikokuya, Itamuro, Nasushiobara, Tochigi Prefecture, Japan
Tomio Koyama Gallery, Tokyo, Japan
Airflow, Tokyo Gallery + BTAP, Tokyo, Japan
Two Dimension and Three Dimension, Kaneko Art Gallery, Tokyo, Japan

2005
New Works, Itamuro Onsen Daikokuya, Itamuro, Nasushiobara, Tochigi Prefecture, Japan
Gallery Shilla, Daegu, Korea
Gallery Saiensu I, II, Morioka, Iwate Prefecture, Japan
Uncertain Void: Installation by Kishio Suga, Iwate Museum of Art, Morioka, Japan

2004
New Works, Itamuro Onsen Daikokuya, Itamuro, Nasushiobara, Tochigi Prefecture, Japan
1986–1995 Relief/Two Dimension, Soh Gallery, Tokyo, Japan
Dispersed Combination, Tokyo Gallery + BTAP, Tokyo, Japan

2003
New Works, Itamuro Onsen Daikokuya, Itamuro, Nasushiobara, Tochigi Prefecture, Japan
Gate, Kaneko Art Gallery, Tokyo, Japan
Tokyo Gallery + BTAP, Tokyo, Japan
Gallery Saiensu, Morioka, Iwate Prefecture, Japan

2002
Kaneko Art Gallery, Tokyo, Japan
Distant-Hollow-Construction, Tokyo Gallery + BTAP, Tokyo, Japan
New Works, Itamuro Onsen Daikokuya, Itamuro, Nasushiobara, Tochigi Prefecture, Japan

2001
Kaneko Art Gallery, Tokyo, Japan
Gallery Saiensu, Morioka, Iwate Prefecture, Japan

2000
Tokyo Gallery, Tokyo, Japan
Kaneko Art Gallery, Tokyo, Japan

1999
Stance, Yokohama Museum of Art, Yokohama, Kanagawa Prefecture, Japan
Kaneko Art Gallery, Tokyo, Japan

1998
Dialogue—Kishio Suga, The Yamaguchi Prefectural Museum of Art, Yamaguchi, Japan
Masuda Studio, Tokyo, Japan
Relayed Boundaries, Tokyo Gallery, Tokyo, Japan
The 20th Anniversary of Gallery Saiensu, Gallery Saiensu, Morioka, Iwate Prefecture, Japan
Part I: Kishio Suga, Soh Gallery, Tokyo, Japan
Kaneko Art Gallery, Tokyo, Japan

1997
Masuda Studio, Tokyo, Japan
Laterally Enclosed Scenery, Kaneko Art Gallery, Tokyo, Japan
Sugar's Collection: Kishio Suga, Gallery San, Yokohama, Japan
Hiroshima City Museum of Contemporary Art, Hiroshima, Japan; traveled to
Itami City Museum of Art, Itami, Hyogo Prefecture, Japan; Kanagawa Prefectural Gallery, Yokohama, Japan; Chiba City Museum of Art, Chiba, Japan

1996
Along Gathered Edges and a Centered Boundary, Kaneko Art Gallery, Tokyo, Japan
Disseminating Territory, Tokyo Gallery, Tokyo, Japan

1995
RESTRIZIONE: Sostenere le cose, Tokyo Gallery, Tokyo, Japan
Expression of Kishio Suga, Kaneko Art Gallery, Tokyo, Japan
Framed State, Multiple Realms, M Gallery, Ashikaga, Tochigi Prefecture, Japan
A Question for Foundation: Art in 70’s: The 7th Exhibition, Muramatsu Gallery, Tokyo, Japan
On Primitivism of Objects and Inevitability of Construction, Kaneko Art Gallery, Tokyo, Japan
Elemental Status with Elemental Base, Gallery Saiensu, Morioka, Iwate Prefecture, Japan

1994
Gathered Scenery, Surrounded Edges, Soh Gallery, Tokyo, Japan
New Works, Kaneko Art Gallery, Tokyo, Japan

1993
Gathered Dimensions, Itamuro Onsen Daikokuya, Itamuro, Nasushiobara, Tochigi Prefecture, Japan
Edges of a Peripheral Realm, Ushibuchi Museum, Matsuyama, Ehime Prefecture, Japan
Scenic Intervals 1993, Contemporary Art Space, Takashimaya Nihombashi Store, Tokyo, Japan
Scenic Intervals 1993, Kaneko Art Gallery, Tokyo, Japan
Thing, Site, Dependency, Piga Harajuku Gallery, Tokyo, Japan

1992
Surrounded Space—Supported Dimension, Soh Gallery, Tokyo, Japan
’92 New Works, Kaneko Art Gallery, Tokyo, Japan
Surrounded Space—Supported Dimension: Relief Works, Soh Gallery, Tokyo, Japan
PROTRUSION, Tokyo Gallery, Tokyo, Japan
Installation, Gallery Saiensu, Morioka, Iwate Prefecture, Japan
Differentiated and Extended Voids, Kaneko Art G2, Tokyo, Japan
Edges of a Peripheral Realm, Plaza Gallery, Chofu, Tokyo, Japan

1991
A Piece of Paper Reveals Scenery, Kaneko Art Gallery, Tokyo, Japan
Along the Elemental Scenery, Soh Gallery, Tokyo, Japan
Along the Elemental Scenery, Gallery Art Soko, Tokyo, Japan
Intervals of Scenery, Kaneko Art Gallery, Tokyo, Japan
Inauguration of the Permanent Installation Point-scale of the Sky, Itamuro Onsen Daikokuya, Itamuro, Nasushiobara, Tochigi Prefecture, Japan 

1990
Concept Space, Shibukawa, Gunma Prefecture, Japan
Surrounding Construction, Concept Space R2, Takasaki, Gunma Prefecture, Japan
Around Circumstance, Soh Gallery, Tokyo, Japan
Both Edges of an Enclosed Realm, Tokyo Gallery, Tokyo, Japan
Edges of Body, Hino Gallery, Tokyo, Japan
Waxing-Space-Waning, Gallery Saiensu, Morioka, Iwate Prefecture, Japan
New Works: Paintings, Sculptures, Kaneko Art Gallery, Tokyo, Japan
Peripheral Field, Touko Museum of Contemporary Art, Tokyo, Japan

1989
Scenery of Defiant Stature, Kamakura Gallery, Tokyo, Japan
Two Dimensions and Three Dimension, Kaneko Art G1, Tokyo, Japan
A Contact Point of Action and Objects, Kintetsu Department Store, Osaka, Japan
Scenic Confliction, Kamakura Gallery, Tokyo, Japan
Heineken Village Gallery, Tokyo, Japan

1988
Surroundings, Soh Gallery, Tokyo, Japan
Surroundings of Thought, Off Gallery, West Berlin, West Germany
Circumference of Body, Kaneko Art Gallery, Tokyo, Japan
Out of Multiple Surroundings, Kaneko Art G1, Tokyo, Japan
Gathered Surroundings, Gallery Saiensu, Morioka, Iwate Prefecture, Japan

1987
PROTRUSION, Tokyo Gallery, Tokyo, Japan
Supportive Peripheries, Kaneko Art G1, Tokyo, Japan

1986
Square Pond, Kamakura Gallery, Tokyo, Japan
Supplemented Material, Kaneko Art Gallery, Tokyo, Japan

1985
Supporting a Void, Soo Gallery, Daegu, Korea
Metallic Pond, Gallery Saiensu, Morioka, Iwate Prefecture, Japan
Border of Interior and Exterior, Kaneko Art Gallery, Tokyo, Japan
Conjoined Bodies, Kaneko Art G1, Tokyo, Japan

1984
A Belt of Waves in Progression, Komai Gallery, Tokyo, Japan
Supplemented Material, Kaneko Art Gallery, Tokyo, Japan

1983
Conjoined Realms, Tokyo Gallery, Tokyo, Japan
Support of Accumulation, Kaneko Art Gallery, Tokyo, Japan

1982
Installation, Galerie Baudoin Lebon, Paris, France
Partitioned Spaces, Kaneko Art G1, Tokyo, Japan
Effect, Kaneko Art Gallery, Tokyo, Japan
Supported Wood, Gallery Saiensu, Morioka, Iwate Prefecture, Japan

1981
Dependent Placements, Gallery Hinoki, Tokyo, Japan
Satou Gallery, Tokyo, Japan
PROTRUSION, Tokyo Gallery, Tokyo, Japan
Towards Order, Kaneko Art Gallery, Tokyo, Japan

1980
Paper Works 3: As Fact, Kaneko Art Gallery, Tokyo, Japan
Order of Entities, Shirakaba Gallery, Tokyo, Japan
Matter and Location, Gallery Saiensu, Morioka, Iwate Prefecture, Japan
Periphery of Space, Gallery Kitano Circus, Kobe, Hyogo Prefecture, Japan
Flattened Phase—In Terms of Phenomena, Kaneko Art Gallery, Tokyo, Japan
Realm of Matter, Gallery Lumiere, Yamagata, Japan

1979
Law of Gathered Space, Shinanobashi Gallery, Osaka, Japan
Differentiated Order, Box Gallery, Nagoya, Aichi Prefecture, Japan
Gap of the Entrance to the Space (part 1), Tokyo Gallery, Tokyo, Japan
Gap of the Entrance to the Space (part 2), Tokyo Gallery, Tokyo, Japan
’79, Kaneko Art Gallery, Tokyo, Japan

1978
Neutral Order, Muramatsu Gallery, Tokyo, Japan
Parameters of Space, Gallery Saiensu, Morioka, Iwate Prefecture, Japan
Wooden Works, Kaneko Art Gallery, Tokyo, Japan

1977
Space, Galeria Akumulatory 2, Poznán, Poland
Theory of Emerging Situation, Tokiwa Gallery, Tokyo, Japan
Continuous Existence, Tamura Gallery, Tokyo, Japan

1976
Continuous Process, Tokyo Gallery, Tokyo, Japan
Spatial Discrepancy, Maki Gallery, Tokyo, Japan
Interstitial State, Kaneko Art Gallery, Tokyo, Japan

1975
Condition of Situated Units, Tokiwa Gallery, Tokyo, Japan
Law of Multitude, Maki Gallery, Tokyo, Japan
Phase of Acquisition, Maki Gallery, Tokyo, Japan
Paper Works 2, Kaneko Art Gallery, Tokyo, Japan

1974
Fieldology, Gallery 16, Kyoto, Japan
Units of Dependency, Tamura Gallery, Tokyo, Japan

1973
Law of Dependence, Tamura Gallery, Tokyo, Japan
Cause of Situation, Morioka City Hall, Morioka, Iwate Prefecture, Japan
Separating Dependence, Satou Gallery, Tokyo, Japan

1972
Condition of a Critical Boundary, Tamura Gallery, Tokyo, Japan
Left-Behind Situation, Kinokuniya Gallery, Tokyo, Japan
Unfolding Field, Joshuya Building, Roppongi, Tokyo, Japan

1971
Abandoned Order, Satou Gallery, Tokyo, Japan

1970
Soft-Concrete, Tamura Gallery, Tokyo, Japan

1969
Parallel Strata, Tamura Gallery, Tokyo, Japan

1968
Space Transformation, Tsubaki Kindai Gallery, Tokyo, Japan

Group Exhibitions

2015
Mono-ha: Works on Paper, Tokyo Gallery + BTAP, Tokyo, Japan
Takahashi Collection: Mirror Neuron, Tokyo Opera City Art Gallery, Tokyo, Japan
Construction/Deconstruction, Almine Rech Gallery, Paris, France
Dessins, Zeit-Foto Salon, Tokyo, Japan
Mono-ha, Fondazione Mudima, Milan, Italy

2014
Micro Salon 2014, Tokyo Gallery + BTAP, Tokyo, Japan
Exhibition for Retiring Professors at Kanazawa College of Art, Kanazawa, Japan
Abstract Drawing, Drawing Room, London, UK
Japon, Abbaye Saint André, Centre d'art Contemporain, Meymac, France 
The Hara Museum Collection at 35, Hara Museum of Contemporary Art, Tokyo, Japan
Mono-ha Artists, Museum of Contemporary Art, Karuizawa, Japan
Takahashi Collection 2014: Mindfulness!, Nagoya City Art Museum, Nagoya, Japan
Erasure: From Conceptualism to Abstraction, Osage Gallery, Hong Kong and City University, Hong Kong
Imaginative Geometry, Hiroshima City Museum of Contemporary Art, Hiroshima, Japan
Kishio Suga, Yoko Sawai, Gallery Yamaguchi, Osaka, Japan
Group exhibition by Tomio Koyama Gallery, TOLOT/heuristic SHINONOME, Tokyo, Japan
Mono-ha, Tabloid Gallery, Tokyo, Japan
Mono-ha by Anzai: Photographs 1970-1976, Zeit-Foto Salon, Tokyo, Japan
Other Primary Structures (Others 2: 1967 - 1970), Jewish Museum, New York, NY
Geometric Perspectives on Japanese Abstraction, Tokyo Gallery + BTAP, Tokyo, Japan
1974, Part Two: A Turning Point in Postwar Japanese Art, Museum of Modern Art, Gunma, Japan
Chronicle 1964–2014: History of Yokohama Civic Art Gallery, Yokohama Civic Art Gallery, Yokohama, Japan
Lee Ufan + Kishio Suga Print Exhibition, Tezukayama Gallery, Osaka, Japan

2013
Layers of Artistic Expression, Hiroshima City Museum of Contemporary Art, Hiroshima, Japan
Connecting_Unfolding, National Museum of Modern and Contemporary Art, Seoul, Korea
Out of Doubt: Roppongi Crossing 2013, Mori Art Museum, Tokyo, Japan
Prima Materia, Punta della Dogana, Venice, Italy
Tricks and Vision to Mono-ha, Tokyo Gallery + BTAP, Tokyo, Japan
Parallel Views: Italian and Japanese Art from the 1950s, 60s, and 70s, The Warehouse, Dallas, TX
Re: Quest―Japanese Contemporary Art since the 1970s, Museum of Art, Seoul National University, Seoul, Korea
Micro Salon 2013, Tokyo Gallery + BTAP, Tokyo, Japan

2012
Tokyo 1955–1970: A New Avant-Garde, Museum of Modern Art, New York, NY
The ’70s in Japan: 1968–1982, Museum of Modern Art, Saitama, Japan; traveled to Hiroshima City Museum of Contemporary Art, Hiroshima, Japan
The Artists of Mono-ha and Its Era, Rakusui-tei Museum of Art, Toyama, Japan
Collection: ’70s Japan—Mono-ha, National Museum of Art, Osaka, Japan
Requiem for the Sun: The Art of Mona-ha, Blum & Poe, Los Angeles, CA; traveled to Gladstone Gallery, New York, NY
Double Vision: Contemporary Art from Japan, Moscow Museum of Modern Art, Moscow, Russia

2011
Villa Tokyo, various locations in Kyobashi, Tokyo, Japan
Gallery’s Collection Exhibition: Mono-ha, Tokyo Gallery + BTAP, Tokyo, Japan

2010
Contemporary Art of China and Japan, Busan Museum of Modern Art, Busan, Korea
MOT Collection, Enter Here—What Do You See?, Museum of Contemporary Art, Tokyo, Japan
Currents in Japanese Contemporary Wood Sculpture, Hokkaido Museum of Modern Art, Hokkaido, Japan
Tokyo Gallery + BTAP 60th Anniversary Exhibition, Tokyo Gallery + BTAP, Tokyo, Japan
Micro Salon 60, Tokyo Gallery + BTAP, Tokyo, Japan 

2009
No Man’s Land, Ambassade de France au Japon, Tokyo, Japan
Drawing Story I 1960-1990, Tokyo Gallery + BTAP, Tokyo, Japan

2008
Meditations Biennale, National Museum, Poznan, Poland
Art Scene Revived, Tokyo Gallery + BTAP, Tokyo, Japan

2007
Living in the Material World: “Things” in Art of the 20th Century and Beyond, The National Art Center, Tokyo, Japan
What Is Mono-ha?, Tokyo Gallery + BTAP, Beijing, China

2006
Mono-ha: Lee Ufan, Kishio Suga, Nobuo Sekine—from the 1970s, Soh Gallery, Tokyo, Japan
Echigo-Tsumari Art Triennial, Fukutake House, Tokamachi, Niigata Prefecture, Japan
Art and Object: Affinity of the Jomon and the Contemporary, Aomori Museum of Art, Aomori Prefecture, Japan
Homage to Yoshiaki Tono, Gallery TOM, Tokyo, Japan

2005
Reconsidering Mono-ha, National Museum of Art, Osaka, Japan

2004
Remaking Modernism in Japan 1900–2000, Museum of Contemporary Art, Tokyo, Japan
The New Tokyo Gallery Exhibition, Tokyo Gallery + BTAP, Tokyo, Japan

2002
Two Mono-ha Artists: Lee Ufan and Kishio Suga, Soh Gallery, Tokyo, Japan
The Unfinished Century: Legacies of 20th Century Art, The National Museum of Modern Art, Tokyo, Japan

2001
Global Visions: Art after 1980, Museum of Contemporary Art, Tokyo, Japan
Mono-ha: School of Things, Kettle’s Yard, Cambridge, UK; traveled to Newlyn Art Gallery, Newlyn, UK

2000
3rd Gwangju Biennale, Biennale Hall, Jungoei Park, Gwangju, Korea

1999
Mono-ha: Kishio Suga/Lee Ufan, M Gallery, Ashikaga, Tochigi Prefecture, Japan

1998
Art/Ecosystem: The Contemporary Japanese Art Scene, Utsunomiya Museum of Art, Utsunomiya, Tochigi Prefecture, Japan

1997
Beyond the Form, Chiba City Museum of Art, Chiba, Japan
Gravity: Axis of Contemporary Art, National Museum of Art, Osaka, Japan

1996
Collection in Focus: 12 Installation Pieces, Museum of Contemporary Art, Tokyo, Japan
Prints of the 1970’s, National Museum of Modern Art, Tokyo, Japan
Inside of Works, Outside of Works, Itabashi Art Museum, Tokyo, Japan

1995
Matter and Perception 1970: Mono-ha and the Search for Fundamentals, Museum of Fine Arts Gifu, Gifu, Japan; traveled to Hiroshima City Museum of Contemporary Art, Hiroshima, Japan; Kitakyushu Municipal Museum of Art, Kitakyushu, Fukuoka Prefecture, Japan; Museum of Modern Art, Saitama, Japan; Museum of Modern Art Saint-Étienne, Saint-Étienne, France
Japanese Culture: The Fifty Postwar Years, Meguro Museum of Art, Tokyo, Japan; traveled to Hiroshima City Museum of Contemporary Art, Hiroshima, Japan; Fukuoka Prefectural Museum of Art, Fukuoka, Japan; Hyogo Prefectural, Museum of Art, Kobe, Japan
46th Venice Biennale: ASIANA Contemporary Art from the Far East, Palazzo Vendramin Calergi, Venice, Italy
Kishio Suga + Mika Yoshizawa: Standing and Boundary of Place, Soh Gallery, Tokyo, Japan

1994
Cross and Square: Grids, Museum of Modern Art, Saitama, Japan
Japanese Art after 1945: Scream against the Sky, Yokohama Museum of Art, Yokohama, Kanagawa Prefecture, Japan; traveled to Guggenheim Museum Soho, New York, NY; San Francisco Museum of Modern Art, San Francisco, CA
8th Triennale India, Lalit Kala Akademi, New Delhi, India
The Domain of the Medium: New Approaches to the Medium in Art, Craft, Design, Crafts Gallery, National Museum of Modern Art, Tokyo, Japan
Mono-ha Part III, Kamakura Gallery, Tokyo, Japan

1993
Yoshihisa Sankawa + Kishio Suga, Soh Gallery, Tokyo, Japan 

1992
Avanguardie Giapponesi degli anni 70, Galleria Comunale d’Arte Moderna di Bologna; traveled to Setagaya Art Museum, Tokyo, Japan

1991
70’s–80’s Contemporary Art: Mono-ha (Part 3), Kamakura Gallery, Tokyo, Japan
Soko Tokyo Gallery: New Generation, Soko Tokyo Gallery, Tokyo, Japan
Movement of Contemporary Art in Japan: Three-Dimensional Works, Museum of Modern Art, Toyama, Japan
The World of Box: Do It Yourself, Contemporary Art Gallery, Art Tower Mito, Mito, Ibaraki Prefecture, Japan

1989
The Space: Material, Tension, Vacancy in Japanese Contemporary Art, Museum of Modern Art, Saitama, Japan
Wounded Surfaces: Lee Ufan, Kishio Suga, Koichi Ebitsuka, Mika Yoshizawa, Soh Gallery, Tokyo, Japan
Art Exciting ’89, Museum of Modern Art, Saitama, Japan; traveled to Queensland Art Gallery, Brisbane, Australia (toured under the title Japanese Ways, Western Means)
20th Biennale Middelheim: Japan, Europalia ’89, Middelheim Open-Air Museum for Sculpture, Antwerp, Belgium

1988
Introduction to Art History: Films by Contemporary Japanese Artists, Meguro Museum of Art, Tokyo, Japan
Monoha: La scuola delle cose, Museum Laboratorio di Arte Contemporanea, Rome, Italy
A Three Week Artistic Symposium of Color, Shape and Sound, Soh Gallery, Tokyo, Japan
Contemporary Art 1988 by Eleven Artists, Kahitsukan: Kyoto Municipal Museum of Art, Kyoto, Japan

1987
Art in Japan since 1969: Mono-ha and Post-Mono-ha, Seibu Museum of Art, Tokyo, Japan
TAMA VIVANT ’87: From Thingness to Narrative, Seed Hall, Tokyo, Japan
State of Contemporary Art from North Eastern Japan 2, Fukushima Prefectural Museum of Art, Fukushima, Japan
2nd Biennale Japan Ushimado International Art Festival, Ushimado, Okayama Prefecture, Japan

1986
Seeing New Developments in Space and Materials, Institut Franco-Japonais, Tokyo, Japan
2nd Tokyo Open-Air Contemporary Sculpture Exhibition, Kinuta Park, Tokyo, Japan
Contemporary Japanese Art, Taipei Fine Arts Museum, Taipei, Taiwan
Monologue/Dialogue: Kishio Suga and Kenji Inumaki, Nabis Gallery, Tokyo, Japan
Seoul—Contemporary Asian Art Show, National Museum of Modern Art, Seoul, Korea
Mono-ha Part II, Kamakura Gallery, Tokyo, Japan
Black and White in Art Today, Museum of Modern Art, Saitama, Japan
Lee Ufan, Nobuo Sekine, Kishio Suga: Methods of the 1970s, Soh Gallery, Tokyo, Japan
22nd Artists Today: Apocalypse in Contemporary Art – From the Depth of Soul, Yokohama City Gallery, Yokohama, Kanagawa Prefecture, Japan
Japon des avant gardes: 1910–1970, Centre Georges Pompidou, Paris, France

1985
Contemporary Sculpture in Japan: Wood, Kanagawa Prefectural Gallery, Yokohama, Japan
Artist’s Books, Franklin Furnace Gallery, New York, NY
Construction in Japanese Paper, Halle Sud, Geneva, Switzerland
40 Years of Japanese Contemporary Art Tokyo, Tokyo Metropolitan Art Museum, Tokyo, Japan
Beauty of Wood: Between Painting and Sculpture, Asahikawa Museum of Art, Hokkaido, Japan
2nd Asian Art Show, Fukuoka Art Museum, Fukuoka, Japan
21st Artists Today: When Installations Become Form, Yokohama City Gallery, Yokohama, Kanagawa Prefecture, Japan
Opening Exhibition, Gallery Soh, Tokyo, Japan

1984
Sculpture in Modern Japan, 1968–1980s, Yamaguchi Prefectural Museum of Art, Yamaguchi, Japan
Japanese Contemporary Paintings, 1960–1980, Gunma Prefectural Museum of Modern Art, Takasaki, Japan
Human Documents ’84/’85, Tokyo Gallery, Tokyo, Japan
2nd TOYAMA NOW ’84, Museum of Modern Art, Toyama, Japan
State of Contemporary Art from North Eastern Japan, Fukushima Prefectural Museum of Art, Fukushima, Japan
Trends of Contemporary Japanese Art 1970–1984: Universality/Individuality, Tokyo Metropolitan Art Museum, Tokyo, Japan

1983
Shape and Spirit in Wood Works, Museum of Modern Art, Saitama, Japan
Permanent Collection 2 Art of Today: Japan-England, Tokyo Metropolitan Art Museum, Tokyo, Japan
A Sense of Contemporary Japanese Art 2: An Encounter with the Sights around Us, Miyagi Museum of Art, Sendai, Miyagi Prefecture, Japan
A Panorama of Contemporary Art in Japanese Sculpture, Museum of Modern Art, Toyama, Japan
The Front of Contemporary Japanese Art, Isetan Museum of Art, Tokyo, Japan

1982
ARTEDER ’82, Mikeldi Gallery, Bilbao, Spain
4th Biennale of Sydney, Video/Performance Section, Art Gallery of New South Wales, Sydney, Australia
Carnegie International, Carnegie Museum of Art, Pittsburgh, PA
Tama Art University Festival Exhibition, Tama Art University Gallery, Tokyo, Japan

1981
Yoin: Ideas from Japan Made in Australia, Gryphon Gallery, Victorian College of the Arts, Melbourne, Australia
1st Parallel Art Exhibition, Ohara Center of Tokyo, Tokyo, Japan
Performance in Video, Fukuoka Art Museum, Fukuoka, Japan
Kishio Suga, Susumu Koshimizu, Muramatsu Gallery, Tokyo, Japan
16th São Paulo Biennale, Parque Ibirapuera, São Paulo, Brazil
A Sense of Contemporary Japanese Art 1: An Encounter with the Sights around Us,
Contemporary Art Exhibition of Japan: Trends of Japanese Art in the 1970s, Korean Culture and Arts Foundation, Art Center, Seoul, Korea
Miyagi Museum of Art, Sendai, Miyagi Prefecture, Japan

1980
Shell Art Exhibition, Tokyo Central Museum, Tokyo, Japan
1980 Japanese Prints, Tochigi Prefectural Museum, Utsunomiya, Japan
Variations on Planar Paintings, Fukuoka Art Museum, Fukuoka, Japan
Paper Expression, Tokyo Gallery, Tokyo, Japan

1979
Kishio Suga, Masayuki Takahashi, Lee Ufan, Komai Gallery, Tokyo, Japan
Small Works, Tokyo Gallery, Tokyo, Japan
Lisbon International Show ’79, Galeria de Belem-Lisboa, Centro de Arte Contemporânea (Museu Nacional Soares dos Reis), Lisbon, Portugal
15th Artists Today, Yokohama City Gallery, Yokohama, Kanagawa Prefecture, Japan

1978
38th Venice Biennale, Japan Pavilion, Venice, Italy
14th Artists Today, Yokohama City Gallery, Yokohama, Kanagawa Prefecture, Japan

1977
032303─Projects/Performances/Conferences, Parachute Revue and Institut d’Art Contemporain, Montreal, Canada
Tokyo Gallery Exhibition, Tokyo Gallery, Tokyo, Japan
Japan and America: Contemporary Art Exhibition, 80 Ranton Street Gallery, USA; traveled to Kanagawa Prefectural Hall Gallery, Yokohama, Japan
13th Artists Today: The Richness of Painting, Yokohama City Gallery, Yokohama, Kanagawa Prefecture, Japan

1976
Pan Conceptuals, Maki Gallery, Tokyo, Japan
Kyoto Biennale: Contemporary Art by Seven Art Critics, Kyoto Municipal Museum of Art, Kyoto, Japan
Ima: Now Exhibition, Ewing Gallery, Melbourne, Australia
Seven Italian Artists and Seven Japanese Artists: Procedures Based on New Consciousness, Italian Culture Center, Tokyo, Japan
2nd Biennale of Sydney: Recent International Forms in Art, Art Gallery of New South Wales, Sydney, Australia

1975
Japanese Contemporary Sculpture, Cranbrook Academy of Art, Bloomfield Hills, MI
Tokyo Gallery '76, Tokyo Gallery, Tokyo, Japan

1974
Katsuro Yoshida + Kishio Suga, Kaneko Art Gallery, Tokyo, Japan
Japan Art Exhibition, Louisiana Museum of Modern Art, Humlebæk, Denmark; traveled to Göteborgs Konstmuseum, Göteborg, Sweden; Henie-Onstad Art Centre, Oslo, Norway
Universe (Cosmos): Image Experiments in Serigraphy by Contemporary Japanese Artists, São Paulo Museum of Art, São Paulo, Brazil
Materials, Van Abbe Museum, Eindhoven, The Netherlands
7th Contemporary Form: Image Expression ’74, Art Core Hall, Tokyo, Japan 
Japan: Tradition und Gegenwart, Städtische Kunsthalle Düsseldorf, Düsseldorf, Germany

1973
8th Japan Art Festival Exhibition, Tokyo Central Museum, Tokyo, Japan; traveled to National Museum of Slovenia, Ljubljana, Slovenia; Städtische Kunsthalle Düsseldorf, Düsseldorf, Germany
8e Biennale de Paris, Musée d’Art Moderne de la Ville de Paris, Paris, France, and Musée National d’Art Moderne, Paris, France

1972
1st International Art Exhibition, Il Centro Gallery, Naples, Italy
Project for Mount Vesuvius Operation, Minami Gallery, Tokyo, Japan
1st Contemporary Japanese Graphics Exhibition, Institute of Contemporary Art, London, UK

1971
10th Contemporary Art Exhibition of Japan, Tokyo Metropolitan Art Museum, Tokyo, Japan
4th Contemporary Japanese Sculpture Exhibition, Ube Museum of Outdoor Sculpture, Ube, Yamaguchi Prefecture, Japan
Print 1972, Shirota Gallery, Tokyo, Japan

1970
9th Trends in Contemporary Art, National Museum of Modern Art, Kyoto, Japan
5th Japan Art Festival Exhibition, National Museum of Modern Art, Tokyo; traveled to Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum, New York, NY (toured under the title Contemporary Japanese Art)
Aspects of New Japanese Art, National Museum of Modern Art, Tokyo, Japan
7th Artists Today, Yokohama City Gallery, Yokohama, Kanagawa Prefecture, Japan

1968
OOX Exhibition: TAMA FINE ART COLLEGE OOX Class, Muramatsu Gallery, Tokyo, Japan
9 Visional Points, Muramatsu Gallery, Tokyo, Japan

1967
4th International Young Artists Exhibition, Seibu Department Store, Tokyo, Japan
OOOOPLAN 8 Events for Midnight, Shinjuku Pitt Inn, Tokyo, Japan
NSS, Tsubaki Kindai Gallery, Tokyo, Japan
11th Shell Art Award, Shiroki-ya Grand Hall Tokyo, Tokyo, Japan; traveled to Kyoto Municipal Museum of Art, Kyoto, Japan
Universiade Exhibition, Isetan, Tokyo, Japan
OOOPLAN, Muramatsu Gallery, Tokyo, Japan


Performance

Note that on March 6, 2004, Suga renamed all his “events” as “activations.”

2015
Multiple Latent Sceneries, Museum of Contemporary Art, Tokyo, Japan

2014
Scattering and Gathering, Vangi Sculpture Garden Museum, Shizuoka, Japan

2009
Cultivated Path of Wind, Itamuro Onsen Daikokuya, Itamuro, Nasushiobara, Tochigi Prefecture, Japan

2008
Appearance of Multiple Latencies, Messe Basel, Basel, Switzerland
Edges of Space, Itamuro Onsen Daikokuya, Itamuro, Nasushiobara, Tochigi Prefecture, Japan

2006
Concurrent Correspondence, Tomio Koyama Gallery, Tokyo, Japan
Appearance of Multiple Conflicted Causes, Itamuro Onsen Daikokuya, Itamuro, Nasushiobara, Tochigi Prefecture, Japan
System of Plurality, Fukutake House, Tokamachi, Niigata Prefecture, Japan

2005
Divided Rhythm, Iwate Museum of Art, Morioka, Japan

2004
Edge of Space, Yokohama Museum of Art, Yokohama, Kanagawa Prefecture, Japan

1998
Stability of Separation and Conjunction: Visual Interstices, Itami City Museum of Art, Itami, Hyogo Prefecture, Japan
Unfolding Field, Yamaguchi Prefectural Museum of Art, Yamaguchi, Japan
Towards Stability and Instability, Kanagawa Prefectural Gallery, Yokohama, Japan
Gathered Release-Restriction, Chiba City Museum of Art, Chiba, Japan

1997
Gathered Release-Restriction, Hiroshima City Museum of Contemporary Art, Hiroshima, Japan

1995
Distribution of Polysemy, Hiroshima City Museum of Contemporary Art, Hiroshima, Japan
Kitakyushu Municipal Museum of Art, Kitakyushu, Fukuoka Prefecture, Japan

1990
Surrounding Construction, Concept Space R2, Takasaki, Gunma Prefecture, Japan
Along Intervals, Touko Museum of Contemporary Art, Tokyo, Japan

1987
EXTEND: 50th Anniversary of Tama Art University: TAMABIVENTS Studio 200, Tokyo, Japan

1986
Exposed Way to the Sky—The Point of Contact Lies Deep, Yokohama City Gallery, Yokohama, Kanagawa Prefecture, Japan

1984
Edges in Motion, Museum of Modern Art, Toyama, Japan

1981
Fukuoka Art Museum, Fukuoka, Japan

1980
Entirety of Transferred Units, Gallery Lumiere, Yamagata, Japan
Progression of Space, Kaneko Art Gallery, Tokyo, Japan
Matter and Location, Gallery Saiensu, Morioka, Iwate Prefecture, Japan
Matter and Dimension, Kaneko Art Gallery, Tokyo, Japan

1979
Yokohama City Gallery, Yokohama, Kanagawa Prefecture, Japan

1978
38th Venice Biennale, Venice, Italy
Adaptation-Circumstances-Transition-Substance, Tama Art University, Hachioji Campus, Tokyo, Japan

1977
Theory for Creating Sites, Tokiwa Park, Tokyo, Japan
Theory of Emerging Situation, Tokiwa Gallery, Tokyo, Japan  
Inokashira Park, Tokyo, Japan

1976
Phase Getting Fulfilled, Maki Gallery, Tokyo, Japan
There: At Each Location, Maki Gallery, Tokyo, Japan
For the Side Corners, Kyoto Municipal Museum of Art, Kyoto, Japan
Differentiated Movement—Continuous Existence, Instituto Italiano di Cultura, Tokyo, Japan
Site and Wisdom—Gathering of Distance, International Christian University, Tokyo, Japan

1975
Phase of Acquisition, Maki Gallery, Tokyo, Japan
Natural Order, Tokiwa Park, Tokyo, Japan

1974
Fieldology, Gallery 16, Kyoto, Japan
Units of Dependency, Tamura Gallery, Tokyo, Japan

1973
Parallel Perception—Independent Existence, studio of the artist, Shimizu, Tokyo, Japan
Law of Dependence, Tamura Gallery, Tokyo, Japan

BIBLIOGRAPHY 

Catalogues and Monographs

2015 
Di Maggio, Gino, Achille Bonito Oliva, Yasuyuki Nakai, Kiyoshi Okada, and Masahiro Aoki. Mono-ha. Milan: Fondazione Mudima, 2015.
François Pinault Foundation. Pinault Collection: Numéro 04, Avril - Septembre 2015. Paris: Pinault Collection, 2015.
Hasegawa, Yuko, Naoko Seki, and Simon Groom. Kishio Suga: Situated Latency. Tokyo: Museum of Contemporary Art, 2015.
Mori, Keisuke. Kishio Suga. Nagaizumicho: Vangi Sculpture Garden Museum, 2015.

2014 
Chung, Hyung-Min. Inauguration of MMCA Seoul. Seoul: MMCA, 2014.
Deacon, Richard. Abstract Drawing. London: Drawing Room, 2014.
Inauguration of MMCA Seoul. Seoul: National Museum of Modern and Contemporary Art, 2014.
Mono-ha Artists. Karuizawa: Museum of Contemporary Art, 2014.
Tanaka, Tatsuya, Yuri Matsushita, and Seiko Sato. 1974: A Turning Point in Postwar Japanese Art. Gunma: Museum of Modern Art, 2014.

2013
Kishio Suga. Text by Ashley Rawlings. Los Angeles: Blum & Poe, 2013.
Bourgeois, Caroline and Michael Govan. Prima materia. Venice: Palazzo Grassi; Milan: Mondadori Electa, 2013.
Furuichi, Yasuko and Juri Murakami. Re: Quest - Japanese Contemporary Art Since the 1970s. Tokyo: Japan Foundation, 2013.
Kataoka, Mami, Hitomi Sasaki, and Shinichi Uchida. Roppongi Crossing 2013: Out of Doubt. Tokyo: Mori Art Museum, 2013.
Totman, Conrad. A History of Japan. London: Folio Society, 2013.

2012
The Artists of Mono-ha and the Era. Toyama: Rakusui-tei Museum of Art, 2012.
Chong, Doryun. Tokyo 1955–1970: A New Avant-Garde. New York: Museum of Modern Art, 2012.
Yoshitake, Mika. Requiem for the Sun: The Art of Mono-ha. Los Angeles: Blum & Poe, 2012.

2011
K. Suga’s Project at Keio Univ. Hiyoshi, Nov 5th 2011, Photo by Anzaï. Text by Yukio Kondō. Tokyo: Keio University, Hiyoshi Campus Gallery, 2011.

2010
Departures of Kishio Suga and Mono-ha. Text by Shigeo Chiba. Seoul: Gallery 604 & Space Hongjee, 2010.
The French Embassy in Japan, No Man’s Land: Creation and Distraction at the French Embassy. Tokyo: Hachette Fujingaho, 2010.
Kishio Suga: Existence. Texts by Takuo Komatsuzaki and Kishio Suga. Kanazawa: Kanazawa College of Art, Art Gallery, 2010.

2009
Kishio Suga: Works 1970–1978. Texts by Shigeo Anzaï, Shigeo Chiba, and Kishio Suga. Tokyo: Tomio Koyama Gallery, 2009.
Takamatsu City Museum of Art Collection Catalogue IV. Takamatsu City: Takamatsu City Museum of Art, 2009.

2008
Kishio Suga. Tokyo: Tomio Koyama Gallery, 2008.
Kishio Suga: Grass’s Grudge under the Tree. Tokyo: Toyo Keizai, 2008.
Kishio Suga’s Work from a Zen Perspective. Texts by Shunji Muroi and Kishio Suga. Itamuro, Nasushiobara, Tochigi Prefecture, Japan: Kishio Suga Souko Museum, 2008.
Mediations Biennale: Voyage Sentimental, Identity, and Tolerance, Corporeal/Technoreal. Poznań: Centrum Kultury “Zamek,” 2008.
Nakazawa, Hideki. Contemporary Art History: Japan. Japan: Alo Alo International, 2008.
Yamashita, Yumi. Clients Would Come for Art. Tokyo: Toyo Keizai, 2008.

2007
What Is Mono-ha?. Texts by Huang Du, Charles Merewether, Yusuke Nakahara, Yukihito Tabata, Hozu Yamamoto. Tokyo: Tokyo Gallery + BTAP, 2007.

2006
Kishio Suga. Texts by Midori Matsui, Kishio Suga, and Yasuyuki Nakai. Tokyo: Tomio Koyama Gallery, Tokyo Gallery + BTAP, 2006.

2000 
O, Kwang-su and Ichirō Hariu. Kwangju Biennale 2000: Man + Space: The Special Exhibition.Kwangju, Korea: Kwangju Biennale Foundation, 2000.  

1999
Suga, Kishio. Selected Writings of Suga Kishio: “Spheres Will Not Be Closed” and Selected Writings of Suga Kishio: Stance. 2 vols. Yokohama: Yokohama Museum of Art, 1999.

1998
Conversation Version: Kishio Suga. Text by Arata Tani and Kunio Saitō. Yamaguchi Prefecture, Japan: Yamaguchi Prefectural Museum of Art, 1998.

1997
Suga Kishio. Texts by Hitoshi Dehara, Toshiaki Minemura, and Kishio Suga. Tokyo: Yomiuri Shinbunsha, Bijutsu renraku kyōgikai, 1997.

1995
Matter and Perception 1970: Mono-ha and the Search for Fundamentals. Texts by Gen Umezu, Miyako Okubo, Kiyoshi Okada, Runa Oda, Hitoshi Dehara, Itaru Hirano, Yasutaka Hiroe, and Makiko Matake. Gifu, Japan: Museum of Fine Arts Gifu; Hiroshima, Japan: Hiroshima City Museum of Contemporary Art; Kitakyushu, Japan: Kitakyushu Municipal Museum of Art; Saitama, Japan: Museum of Modern Art; Saint-Étienne, France: Museum of Modern Art Saint-Étienne, 1995.
Kamakura Gallery. Mono-ha: 1994. Tokyo: Kamakura Gallery, 1995.

1994
Munroe, Alexandra. Japanese Art after 1945: Scream against the Sky. New York: H.N. Abrams, 1994.

1991
Koplos, Janet. Contemporary Japanese Sculpture. New York: Abbeville Press, 1991.

1990
Kishio Suga. Texts by Yasuo Kobayashi, Kishio Suga, and Gan Tanikawa. Tokyo: Touko Museum of Contemporary Art, 1990.

1989
Scenic Confliction. Text by Akira Tatehata and Kishio Suga. Tokyo: Kamakura Gallery, 1989.

1988
Kishio Suga [1968–1988]. Texts by Kishio Suga and Toshiaki Minemura. Tokyo: Kishio Suga, 1988.
Mondadori, Arnoldo. Monoha: La scuola delle cose, Museo Laboratorio di Arte Contemporanea. Texts by Barbara Bertozzi, Kishio Suga, et al. Rome: Museum Laboratorio di Arte Contemporanea, 1988.

1987
Art in Japan since 1969: Mono-ha and Post-Mono-ha, Seibu Museum of Art, Tokyo, Japan, 1987.

1986
Japon des avant gardes: 1910–1970. Paris: Centre Georges Pompidou, 1986.
Kishio Suga. Text by Toshiaki Minemura. Tokyo: Kamakura Gallery, 1986. Mono-ha. Text by Toshiaki Minemura. Tokyo: Kamakura Gallery, 1986.

1984
Trends of Contemporary Japanese Art 1970–1984: Universality/Individuality. Text by Yasuhiro Yurugi. Tokyo: Tokyo Metropolitan Art Museum, 1984.

1970
Contemporary Japanese Art: The Fifth Japan Art Festival Exhibition. New York: Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum, 1970.

Articles and Reviews 

2015
Maerkle, Andrew. “Kishio Suga: Museum of Contemporary Art.” Frieze, no. 172 (June/July/August 2015): 175.
Howard, Jessica Jane. “Kishio Suga: Situated Latency.” ArtAsiaPacific, no. 93 (May–June 2015): 123.
Nagoya, Satoru. "Kishio Suga MOT, Tokyo." Flash Art, April 7, 2015.
Farago, Jason. "Kishio Suga." New Yorker, January 26, 2015.
Glace, Carter. "Kishio Collection Full of Surprises, Humor." Washington Square News (New York), February 10, 2015.
Ichii, Kenji. “Kishio Suga.” Art Collectors, no. 72 (March 2015): 7-10.
Inoue, Shinji. "Culture: Mono-ha, Suga Kisho's solo exhibitions - Eliciting Invisible Realms." Yomiuri Shinbun (morning ed.), March 5, 2015.
Kishi, Keiko. "Suga Kishio's Solo Exhibitions in Tokyo and Shizuoka: An Invisible Realm Emerges." Mainichi Shinbun (evening ed.), March 11, 2015.
Kurosawa, Ayako. "Two Suga Exhibitions on View." Sankei Shinbun (morning ed.), February 26, 2015.
Momen, Matin. "Kishio Suga." Style Zeitgeist (blog), February 4, 2015.
Okabe, Aomi. "Art Review: Suga Kishio." Tokyo Shinbun (evening ed.), February 20, 2015.
Onishi, Wakato. "Monoha-Giving Life to Space, Existence and Expression Giving Rise to Site." Asahi Shinbun (evening ed.), February 4, 2015.
Wee, Darryl. "Kishio Suga Opens Museum Retrospective in Tokyo." Blouin Artinfo, January 21, 2015.
Wee, Darryl. "Kishio Suga Opens Solo Show at Blum & Poe." Blouin Artinfo, January 4, 2015. 

2014
Jervis, John. "Kishio Suga." ArtAsiaPacific, no. 91 (November-December 2014): 157–160.
Minemura, Toshiaki. "The World Wide Artist Vol. 1. Kishio Suga" Gekkan Gallery, October 2014, 28–37.
Wee, Darryl. “Interview: Kishio Suga on the Legacy of Mono-ha.” Artinfo.com, May 12, 2014.

2013
Barrilà, Silvia Anna. "Giapponesi graditi all'America." Il Sole 24 Ore, no. 581 (October 2013): 20-21.
Cembalest, Robin. "New Perspectives on Art." Vogue (Japan), no. 162 (February 2013): 280-281. 
Goodall, Hollis. "Roundtable." Review of Japanese Culture and Society, no. 25 (December 2013): 235-37.
“Kishio Suga.” Art + Auction (February 2013): 95.
Li, Jennifer S. "Kishio Suga." ArtAsiaPacific.com, January 18, 2013.
O'Kelly, Emma. "Frieze Masters 2013 and Highlights from Other Exhibitions Across London." Wallpaper.com, October 19, 2013. 
Tomii, Reiko. "Six Contraditions of Mono-ha." Review of Japanese Culture and Society, no. 25 (December 2013): 214-22.
Whitney, Kathleen. “Kishio Suga: Stealth Objects.” Sculpture 32, no. 10 (December 2013): 34-39. 
Yoshitake, Mika. "What is Mono-ha?" Review of Japanese Culture and Society, no. 25 (December 2013): 202-13.

2012
Berardini, Andrew. “Mono-ha, the Japanese ‘School of Things’ at Blum & Poe.” LA Weekly, March 8, 2012.
Chang, Ian. “Requiem for the Sun.” Frieze, no. 148 (June–August 2012): 206.
Diner, Eli. “Kishio Suga: Blum & Poe.” Artforum.com, December 13, 2012, http://artforum.com/picks/section=la#picks38153.
Drohojowska-Philp, Hunter. “Mono-ha Revisited.” KCRW.com, February 23, 2012, http://www.kcrw.com/etc/programs/at/at120223mono-ha_revisited.
Favell, Adrian. “Mono-ha in LA.” ARTiT.com (blog), February 27, 2012, http://www.art-it.asia/u/rhqiun/zMnqaA0XIdfS8NHW5v2x/.
Haber, John. “Zen and the Art of Minimalism.” Haberarts.com, August 3, 2012, http://www.haberarts.com/monoha.htm
Halperin, Julia. “Blum & Poe’s Survey Touches Off Mono-ha Mania—And It’s Coming to New York.” Artinfo.com, April 23, 2012, http://www.artinfo.com/news/story/800839/blum-poes-survey-touches-off-mono-ha-mania-%E2%80%94%C2%A0and-its-coming-to-new-york.
“One-Line Reviews: Our Staff’s Pithy Takes on the Mono-ha Retrospective, Summer’s First Group Shows, and More.” Artinfo.com, June 29, 2012, http://www.artinfo.com/photo-galleries/one-line -reviews-our-staffs-pithy-takes-on-the-mono-ha-retrospective-summers-first-group-shows-and-more#one-line-reviews-our-staffs-pithy-takes-on-the-mono-ha-retrospective-summers-first- group-shows-and-more/?image=2&_suid=135542772166208163063190438622.
Hiro, Rika. “Exhibition Report-Requiem for the Sun: The Art of Mono-ha in LA.” Bijutsu Techō, no. 6 (June 2012): 212–19.
“‘Requiem for the Sun: The Art of Mono-ha’ in Los Angeles: Encounters with Objects, Mono-ha, and the World.” Bijutsu Techō (English supplement), no. 2 (Spring 2012): 3–5.
Ito, Gregory. Kishio Suga at Blum & Poe, Los Angeles.” San Francisco Arts Quarterly Online, sfaqonline.com, November 15, 2012, http://www.sfaqonline.com/2012/11/kishio-suga-at-blum-and-poe- los-angeles/.
Johnson, Caitlin. “Mono-ha at Blum & Poe.” Los Angeles I’m Yours, April 9, 2012.
Kee, Joan. “‘Requiem for the Sun: The Art of Mono-ha.’” Artforum 50, no. 9 (May 2012): 316.
Knight, Christopher. “Worldly, Refined.” Los Angeles Times, March 21, 2012.
Maerkle, Andrew. “Kishio Suga: Between Potentiality and Fatality.” ART iT, April 2, 2012, http://www.art-it.asia/u/admin_ed_feature_e/ldVFuhGyfYUWSgPkzOCJ/.
Momen, Motin. “Requiem for the Sun: The Art of Mono-ha.” StyleZeitgeist.com (blog), July 2012, http://www.sz-mag.com/news/2012/07/mono-ha/.
Myers, Holly. “Kishio Suga Finds Poetry in Everyday Materials.” Los Angeles Times, November 16, 2012.
“Simple, Elegant Design.” Los Angeles Times, March 9, 2012.
Myers, Terry R. “Kishio Suga: Placement of the Hidden Currents.” Art Review, no. 60 (Summer 2012): 152–53.
Raffel, Amy. “Gladstone Gallery, Requiem for the Sun: The Art of Mono-ha.” Workspacesllc.com (blog), July, 26, 2012, http://www.workspacesllc.com/blog/gladstone-gallery-requiem-for-the-sun-the- art-of-mono-ha-until-august-3/.
Rawlings, Ashley. “Turning the World Inside Out: A Major Survey of Mono-ha in Los Angeles.” Art in Australia 49, no.4 (Winter 2012): 580–83.
Ritter, Gabriel. “Requiem for the Sun: The Art of Mono-ha.” ArtAsiaPacific, no. 79 (July–August 2012): 120.
Schad, Ed. “Requiem for the Sun.” ArtReview, no. 59 (May 2012): 122–23.

2011
“G-tokyo 2.19–27 from Tokyo, Contemporary Art Fair Gathered the Highest-Rank Japanese Galleries Only.” Tokyo Art Month, February 16, 2011.
Wallis, Stephen. “Mono-ha Moment.” Art in America 99, no. 11 (December 2011): 65–66.

2010
Imada, Yukinobu. “One-Hundred-Year Business Itamuro Onsen Daikokuya.” Asahi Shimbun, September 17, 2010.
Suzuki, Hiroshi. “Kanazawa College of Art, ‘Business Trip’ to Downtown.” Hokuriku Chūnichi Shimbun, February 6, 2010.

2009
Awata, Daisuke. “Suga Kishio Published a Serious Mystery Novel! Special Edition with Artwork Is on Sale for a Limited Time.” Bijutsu Techō 61, no. 918 (February 2009): 185.
Hosaka, Kenjirō. “Reality of Deconstruction and Reconstruction.” Bijutsu Techō 61, no. 919 (March 2009): 62.
“Itamuro Onsen Daikokuya Utilizes Artist’s Philosophy of Business Management/Collection.” NODE, no. 9 (December 2009): 55.
“Naka River, to Balance with Forests. Itamuro Onsen Completed a Garden for Public Art-Making.” Shimotsuke Shimbun, September 8, 2009.
“Public Art-Making in an Inn’s Garden: Artist Suga, New Work, Too, Is on Display.” Shimotsuke Shimbun, September 2, 2009.
“Suga Kishio’s Performance at a Hot Spring Inn.” Art Collector 2, 5–7, no. 16 (August 2009): 137.

2008
“Artist Interview: Kishio Suga.” Tomiokoyamagallery.com, February 22, 2008, http://www.tomiokoyamagallery.com/index2/wp- content/themes/tkg2/archive_ex_site/exhibitions/p/KIYOSUMI/2008/0209KS/interview_e.html.
“Inviting Consciousness to Mono’s Inner World.” Yomiuri Shimbun, February 23, 2008.
Koishi, Katsurō. “Contemporary Art by Utilizing Materials as They Are, Suga Kishio’s Exhibition: Expressing Power Hidden in Wood, Stone, and Iron.” Asahi Shimbun, February 27, 2008.
Matsui, Midori. “Kishio Suga.” Artforum 46, no. 9 (May 2008): 400. 
———. “Sculpture that Forces the Audience to Make a Landscape: Suga Kishio.” Gekkan gengo 37, nos. 4–441, (April 2008).
“Suga Kishio’s Sculptural Work: A Storage Museum at Itamuro Onsen.” Yomiuri Shimbun (Tochigi edition), July 11, 2008.
Myōchin, Miki. “The Secret for Working: Overflowing Art.” Mainichi Shimbun, March 24, 2008.
Nakai, Yasuyuki. “Challenging the Style of Zen Art with the Spiritual State of Nothingness: Suga Kishio’s Rock Garden for Hearing and Seeing Nothingness.” Art Anatomy:
Reintroduction to Contemporary Art 5. Kyoto Shimbun, August 30, 2008.
———. “Enlightenment as a System.” Gaka tachi no bijutsushi, no. 62 (2008): 197–200.
Shiraki, Midori. “Reclamation of Universe Hidden in a Thing.” Nihon Keizai Shimbun, February 24, 2008.
Suga, Kishio. “Around the Apex.” Bijutsu Techō 60, no. 909 (July 2008): 28–29.
“Suga Kishio Collection Leads to Zen.” Bijutsu Techō 60, no. 912 (September 2008): 186.
“Suga Kishio: Soko Museum.” Art in ASIA, no. 7 (2008): 165.
Takashima, Naoyuki. “Conceptualism, Dictionary of Contemporary Art.” Bijutsu Techō 60, no. 906 (April 2008): 70–73.
“Tomio Koyama Gallery Rapidly Introduces Japanese Artists to the World.” Lofficiel Japon 4, nos. 1–22 (February 1, 2008): 117.
Yamauchi, Hiroyasu. “Itamuro Hot Spring Daikokuya Hot Spring Inn + Art Brings Business into the Black.” Bijutsu Techō 60, no. 905 (March 2008): 20, 62–67.

2007
Corkill, Edan. “Shigeo Anzaï: Faces of Youthful Ambition.” Japan Times, October 4, 2007.
“Easy to Understand! Transformation of Contemporary Art.” Pen 11, nos. 20–209 (November 2007): 68–71.
Igaya, Chika. “Efficacy of Healing: Hot Spring Art Is Hot.” Sankei Express, November 20, 2007.
Minemura, Toshiaki. “Difference in the Development of ‘Mono’: On a Visit of the What is Mono-ha? Exhibition in Beijing.” Mainichi Shimbun (evening edition), June 21, 2007.
Muroi, Shunji. “Structure.” Gallery 9, no. 269 (September 2007): 12.
———. “A Storage Museum Plan for Solely Exhibiting Suga Kishio’s Artwork.” Gallery 9, no. 269 (September 2007): 93.
Rawlings, Ashley. “An Introduction to Mono-ha.” TokyoArtBeat.com, September 8, 2007, http://www.tokyoartbeat.com/tablog/entries.en/2007/09/an-introduction-to-mono-ha.html.

2006
“Forefront of Contemporary Art.” Bijutsu no Mado, no. 270 (March 2006): 122.
Kondō, Hidetaka. “The Newest Art: Adoring a Closed School.” Sanyō Shimbun, September 3, 2006.
“Kōtō Ward Event Schedule.” Gekkan Kōtō 10 (March 2006): 20.
Matsui, Midori. “Beyond the Boundary of Cognition and Body: Approach to the Age to Come.” Bijutsu Techō 53, no. 883 (July 2006): 108–113.
“Revisiting the Forty-Year Career of Suga Kishio—One of the Representatives of Mono-ha.” Weekly Pia, February 23, 2006.

2000
Koplos, Janet. "Extensions of the Ordinary." Art in America 88, no. 4 (April 2000): 140-43, 167.

1991
Motoe, Kunio. “Kishio Suga: Passing through the Location of Hiding.” Bijutsu Techō 43, no. 634 (February 1991): 115–29.

1976
Minemura, Toshiaki. “Unseen Studio: Suga Kishio.” Pts. 6–8. Obararyū sōka, no. 310 (September–November 1976): 75–79.

1974
Minemura, Toshiaki. “Suga Kishio. Restoring an ‘art’: To Seal and Unseal an Ordinary Quality.” Bijutsu Techō, no. 386 (October 1974): 135–61.

1970
Adachi, Keigo. “Suga Kishio Received JAFA Award.” Mainichi Shimbun, July 9, 1970.

PUBLIC COLLECTIONS

Akita Museum of Modern Art, Akita, Japan
Asahikawa Museum of Art, Hokkaido, Japan
Busan Museum of Art, Busan, South Korea
Chiba City Museum of Art, Chiba, Japan
Dallas Museum of Art, Dallas, TX
Fuchu City, Hiroshima, Japan
Guggenheim Abu Dhabi, Abu Dhabi, UAE
Hiroshima City Museum of Contemporary Art, Hiroshima, Japan
Iwaki City Art Museum, Fukushima, Japan
Iwate Museum of Art, Morioka, Japan
Kahitsukan Kyoto Museum of Contemporary Art, Kyoto, Japan
Kitakyushu Municipal Museum of Art, Kitakyushu, Japan
Kiyosato Museum of Contemporary Art, Yamanashi, Japan
M+, Kong Hong, China
Meguro Museum of Art, Tokyo, Japan
Miyagi Museum of Art, Sendai, Japan
Museo Laboratorio di Arte Contemporanea, Sapienza, Università di Roma, Rome, Italy
Museum of Contemporary Art, Tokyo, Japan
Museum of Modern Art, Saitama, Japan
Museum of Modern Art, Toyama, Japan
National Museum of Art, Osaka, Japan
National Museum of Modern Art, Tokyo, Japan
Rakusui-tei Museum of Art, Toyama, Japan
Reijo Art Museum, Shikoku, Japan
Takamatsu City Museum of Art, Japan
Tate Modern, London, UK
Tokyo Metropolitan Art Museum, Tokyo, Japan
Utsunomiya Museum of Art, Tochigi, Japan
Yamaguchi Prefectural Museum of Modern Art, Yamaguchi, Japan
Yokohama Civic Art Gallery, Japan
Yokohama Museum of Art, Japan

AWARDS
1970 Grand Prize, 5th Japan Art Festival
1967 11th Shell Art Prize

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