AONO FumiakiBiograpy

Aono Fumiaki was born in Sendai in 1968. He graduated from Miyagi University of Education Graduate School. His art work has consisted of collecting torn cloth, newspaper pages and broken sign boards and extending or restoring the damaged parts using compatible materials. The artist intends to “restore” the lost materiality of the objects in the process of reshaping them into new objects and combining the pieces with other substances. His work goes beyond simply transforming or restoring, and aims to heal, fix, and restore. 
His works have been extending their range since 2011. Whereas his past productions were anesthetizing daily objects by formally restoring them, his recent works gain further meaning by aspiring to artistic healing, reflecting a desire to restore meaning as well as form. Numerous art museum and gallery collections, such as ones at Aichi Art Mueum and Miyagi Art Museum, include his productions. Fumiaki currently works and lives in Sendai.

아오노 후미아키는 1968년 센다이 시(市)에서 출생하였고, 미야기 대학 미술교육과를 졸업하였다. 후미아키는 찢어진 천이나 신문 조각, 깨진 간판 조각 등을 모은 뒤, 비슷한 재질로 조각의 유실된 부분을 연장시키는 작업을 해왔다. 작가는 수집된 파편들이 다른 오브제와 결합하여 새로운 오브제로 창조되는 과정에서 그 물건들의 잃어버린 물성을 ‘복원’하고자 한다. 이 과정은 단순히 물건을 변형하고 원래의 자리에 복구하는 것을 넘어 치유하고 수리, 복원한다는 의미를 담고 있다. 
 특히 2011년 대지진 이후 그의 작품관은 더욱 확장되고 있다. 과거의 작품들이 형태를 복원한 일상적 오브제의 예술화였다면, 현재는 그 사물의 의미까지 복원하여 다시 살리려는 의지가 반영된 예술적 치유의 의미가 부여되고 있다. Rias Ark 미술관, 시마네 미술관, 아이치 트리엔날레 등에서 개인전 및 단체전을 하였고, 아이치 미술관, 미야기 미술관 외 다수의 미술관과 갤러리에 작품이 소장되어 있다. 

b. 1968, Lives in Sendai, Japan
Biography

1990    

B.Ed, Miyagi University of Education

 

1992    

M.A. in Art Education, Miyagi University of Education Graduate School

Solo Exhibitions

2016     

Sendai Artist-Run Place, Sendai

 

2015     

Okinawa Art Center, Okinawa

Sendai Artist-Run Place, Sendai

 

2014    

ARARIO GALLERY, Seoul

 

2013    

Gallery K, Tokyo

Sendai Artist-Run Place, Sendai

 

2012    

Gallery & Atelier Turnaround, Sendai

Sendai Artist-Run Place, Sendai

Onward Square, Sendai

 

2011    

Gallery & Atelier Turnaround, Sendai

 

2009    

Gallery Gen, Tokyo

 

2007    

Gallery≠Gallery, Tokyo

Rias Ark Museum of Art, Kesennuma

 

2004    

Gallery Lavie, Morioka

 

2003    

What’s Art Gallery, Sendai

 

2002    

Gallery Gobangai, Sendai

 

2001    

What’s Art Gallery, Sendai

 

2000    

Rias Ark Museum of Art, Kesennuma

 

1997    

The Miyagi Museum of Art Gallery, Sendai

 

1992    

The Miyagi Museum of Art Gallery, Sendai

Group Exhibitions

2016     

Love Love Show The Second : Satellite, Armori Museum / Kamata-soko, Tokyo

 

2014    

By Destiny, ARARIO MUSEUM in Dongmun Motel, Jeju

 

2013    

Aichi Triennale 2013, Nagoya

 

2012     

Gallery Turnaround, Sendai

 

2011    

The University of Edinburgh, Edinburgh

The Shimane Museum of Art, Shimane

 

2007     

Rias Ark Museum of Art, Kesennuma

 

2004     

Woodduck Gallery, Embassy of Japan in Korea, Silk Gallery, Kyoto art center, Seoul, Kyoto

The Miyagi Museum of Art, Sendai

 

2003     

Hiratsuka Museum of Art, Kesennuma

 

2002     

Grands et jeunes 2002 d’aujourd’hui, Paris

The Miyagi Museum of Art Citizen Gallery, Sendai

 

2001     

Cite International des Arts, Paris

The Ueno Royal Museum, Tokyo

 

2000     

The Miyagi Museum of Art, Sendai

ltabashi Art Museum, Tokyo

 

 

Collections

The Miyagi Museum of Art

Aichi Prefectural Museum of Art

21st Century Museum of Contemporary Art, Kanazawa

Rias Ark Museum of Art

Machida City Museum of Contemporary Art

ARARIO MUSEUM