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Shusaku Arakawa (荒川 修作, Arakawa Shūsaku?, July 6, 1936 – May 18, 2010) was a Japanese artist and architect. He had a personal and artistic partnership with writer and artist Madeline...

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  • Dancer to honor late artist who balked at death

      News Source: Japan Times | 2 years ago
    Staff writer Shusaku Arakawa (1936-2010) was an enigmatic man. The late Japan-born, New York-based artist and his partner, Madeline Gins, once jointly declared they had decided "not to die," and even added that it was "immoral" for people to have to
  • Living in a house of longevity

      News Source: Japan Times | over 3 years ago
    Staff writer When New York-based artist Shusaku Arakawa died in May 2010 at the age of 73, it caused a sensation not only because of his influence on many creators, scientists and philosophers, but also because of the gaping contradiction his passing
  • The swinging trends of modern Japanese painting

      News Source: Japan Times | over 3 years ago
    Special to The Japan Times "Japanese Art 1950-2010" at the National Museum of Art, Osaka is a historical show by virtue of the span of time it covers. Drawn from the museum's collection, however, it is also historically disengaged, largely not
  • In the hope that death does not do us part

      News Source: Japan Times | over 4 years ago
    In "Do Not go Gentle Into That Good Night," the 20th-century Welsh poet Dylan Thomas famously defied death with the words, "Rage, rage against the dying of the light." In a more conceptual art way, the Japanese-born New York-based Shusaku Arakawa (b.

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