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November 17, 2015

Tribute to Fujiko Shiraga: Walking a straight way with Kazuo at Amagasaki Cultural Center

The Amagasaki Cultural Center presents the exhibition ‘Tribute to Fujiko Shiraga: Walking a straight way with Kazuo’ to celebrate the life and work of Fujiko Shiraga, who passed away earlier this year, in both her role as wife to Kazuo Shiraga and as an artist in her own right. The exhibition will be on view through March 21, 2016.
October 27, 2015

Hiroko Ikegami on Fujiko Shiraga
(1928 – 2015)


Despite Fujiko’s modesty, I sensed from this short conversation her pride in what she once created. Although she’s less known than other female Gutai members, such as Atsuko Tanaka and Tsuruko Yamazaki, the situation is changing, and rightly so. Her work was included in the Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum’s epoch-making exhibition “Gutai: Splendid Playground” in 2013 in New York, and Fergus McCaffrey held “Kazuo and Fujiko Shiraga” this past spring also in New York, the first exhibition devoted to the couple. Showing fifteen works by Fujiko, including ones that were discovered in Kazuo’s studio after his death, the latter exhibition offered a good starting point to understand her talent and bring her the recognition she deserves. Read More
June 8, 2015

Kazuo Shiraga


Review on Kazuo Shiraga by Joan Kee Download
May 5, 2015

“Kazuo and Fujiko Shiraga” at Fergus McCaffrey

BlouinArtinfo by Darryl Wee

'“Kazuo and Fujiko Shiraga” is the first in-depth exhibition to juxtapose the works of Kazuo Shiraga with those of his wife, including 15 early works by Fujiko dating from 1955-1961 that were only recently rediscovered following Kazuo’s death in 2008.' Read More