Chiharu Shiota The Soul Trembles

“The Soul Trembles” at Tokyo’s Mori Art Museum was the largest midcareer survey of Chiharu Shiota to date. Born in Osaka in 1972, Shiota decided to become an artist at the age of 12, and has been making art ever since. Featuring 113 works spanning performance, video, sculpture, drawing, photography, and the artist’s signature monumental thread installations, the exhibition traced Shiota’s creative journey from her

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