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Yuken Teruya

Born in Okinawa, Japan in 1973, he received his MFA from the school of Visual Arts, New York in 2001. Yuken Teruya manipulates everyday objects, which he uses to create meticulous and intricate art works. His small and enchanting worlds, often relates to broader concerns.

It is good to be reminded of the forest that goes into each paper bag...

[images and text extracted from Yuken Teruya]

For more information, visit Yuken Teruya.


su said...

absolutely gorgeous! really love the first 2 paper cut-outs... so delightfully delicate. And is the first made out of toilet roll cores? :)

mein™ said...

Yes it is! Isn't that brilliant.

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