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Shusaku Arakawa

Saturday, March 9, 2019 10 AM Gagosian Gallery
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Shusaku Arakawa, who spoke of himself as an eternal outsider and abstractionist of the distant future, was a member of Tokyo's Neo-Dadaism Organizers, a precursor to the Neo-Dada movement, and his early works were first displayed in the infamous Yomiuri Independent Exhibition, a watershed event for postwar Japanese avant-garde art. Arakawa arrived in New York in 1961 with fourteen dollars in his pocket and a telephone number for Marcel Duchamp, whom he phoned from the airport and with whom he eventually formed a close friendship.

Part of: Migrations: The Making of America

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