Current

Open Program
Screening: Near Equal Aida Makoto

2024.6.5(Wed) — 8.12(Mon)

"Collection 2024-Ⅰ" Installation View

Makoto Aida's hito (human being) PROJECT is currently on display in the “Collection Exhibition 2024-I”. The Media Library features a documentary film, Near Equal Aida Makoto which is composed of more than 200 hours of carefully selected video footage of Aida's activities, including his private life, as well as scenes of his production.
In addition, the catalog and books related to the exhibition are introduced. Please take this opportunity to deepen your understanding of the artist, his works, and the exhibition.
 
Near Equal Aida Makoto
2003, B.B.B.inc., color, 98min.

Aida Makoto

Born in Niigata in 1965. Completed a master's course at Tokyo University of the Arts in 1991. While enrolled in the school, Aida began publishing a coterie magazine called Shiro Kuro with Ozawa Tsuyoshi, Kato Go and others. In 1993, Aida received attention for a parody of Katsushika Hokusai, and became widely known for sensational works that expressed opposition to war, violence, and conventional wisdom. He is involved in a diverse range of activities, including creating photographs, sculptures, performances, installations, novels, manga, and urban plans. Aida is also part of "The Group 1965", formed by a group of artists who were born in 1965. He has aroused controversy with a style that is sharply critical of society and history.

Information

Exhibition Period
2024.6.5(Wed) — 8.12(Mon)
Opening Hours
10:00–17:00

Venue
Hiroshima City Museum of Contemporary Art, Media Library
Access
Closed
Mondays (except July 15 and August 12) and July 16
Admission
Free
Organized by
Hiroshima City Museum of Contemporary Art

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