Tatsuo Miyajima

born 1957

Tatsuo Miyajima, ‘Opposite Circle’ 1991
Opposite Circle 1991
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Tatsuo Miyajima (宮島 達男, Miyajima Tatsuo, January 16, 1957 –) is a Japanese sculptor and installation artist who lives in Moriya, in Ibaraki prefecture, Japan. His work frequently employs digital LED counters and is primarily concerned with the function and significance of time and space, especially within the context of Buddhist thought.

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    Tatsuo Miyajima: Talking Art

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    Tatsuo Miyajima: Talking Art

    Tatsuo Miyajima is in conversation with art historian Marcus Verhagen.


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