MariKo Mori est la star japonaise incontestée de l'art contemporain.

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Dec 19, 2014 - Mariko Mori is a Japanese artist whose practice explores universal questions at the intersection of life, death, reality and technology.

MariKo Mori photographiée par Michael Lavine en 1996 "L'éneRgie spiRituelle eSt éternElle; ni lA moRt ni lA nAissaNce ne peUvent l'attEindRe." Won Honorable Mention at the 47th Venice Biennale (1997).

Photograph by David Sims. One the most visible Japanese artists in the international art world, Mariko Mori (born 1967) is a video and photographic artist.

Mori Mariko, Pure Land Korea Browse this content Gold and jade crown, Silla Kingdom Water-Moon Avalokiteśvara Portrait of Sin Sukju Song Su-Nam, Summer Trees South Asia Browse this content A beginner's guide A brief history of the art of South Asia to 500 C.E. Her work has been acquired by museums and private collectors worldwide. Mori gained international recognition for her interactive installation, Wave UFO, which debuted at Kunsthaus Bregenz, in Bregenz (Austria) in 2003.

Her practice explores universal questions at the intersection of life, death, reality, and technology. Mariko Mori is an internationally acclaimed artist. Mariko Mori. She is an internationally acclaimed artist who focuses mainly on the fields of photography, film, and Performance Art.
Her works often juxtapose Eastern philosophy with Western culture; pop culture with traditional Japanese identity. Not limiting herself within this medium she adopted multi-media techniques and has since created a mélange of installations, video, and performance that incorporate high-fashion, sci-fi pop, traditional Japanese rituals, Shinto Onmyodo spirituality, and music. Mariko Mori Lives and works in New York City. Oct 6, 2016 - Explore Somniis's board "Mariko Mori" on Pinterest. Mariko Mori broke into the international art scene with her large-scale self-portrait photography in the mid-1990s.