LIST OF ARTISTS
- NAKAGAWA Mamoru
- NAKAGAWA Yukio
- NAKAMURA Kimpei
- NAKAMURA Takuo
- NAKAMURA Tetsuya
- NAKANO Koichi
- NARA Yoshitomo
- Yoshitomo Nara + graf
- NARAHARA Hiroko
- Shirin NESHAT
- Ernesto NETO
- Peter NEWMAN
- Jun NGUYEN-HATSUSHIBA
- Carsten NICOLAI
- Walter NIEDERMAYR
- NISHIYAMA Minako
- NOGUCHI Rika
- NAKAMURA Kohei
- NAKAMURA Shinkyo
- NAKASHIMA Harumi
- NOGUCHI Harumi
- SAGA Atsushi
- Kazuyo SEJIMA + Ryue NISHIZAWA / SANAA
- Bojan ŠARČEVIĆ
- SAWA Hiraki
- SHIMIZU Akira
- SHIOTA Chiharu
- SHIOTA Chiharu + OKADA Toshiki
- Laurie SIMMONS
- Martin SMITH
- SONE Yutaka
- Rupert SPIRA
- Thomas STRUTH
- SUDA Yoshihiro
- SUGIMOTO Hiroshi
- Do Ho SUH
- SUZUKI Hiraku
- Sarah SZE
- SAITO Makoto
- SHIGA Lieko
1. Works produced since 1980 that propose new values
2. Works influencing such new values and providing points of reference in terms of art history since 1900
3. Powerfully creative works closely associated with the Kanazawa area
Artwork Collection Committee (Alphabetical order)
MAEDA Masahiko (President, Kanazawa College of Art)
NISHIMURA Isaharu (Director, Kitakyushu Municipal Museum of Art)
OSAKA Eriko (Director, Yokohama Museum of Art)
TATEHATA Akira (Director, The Museum of Modern Art, Saitama)
TOMITA Akira (Director, Tokyo Station Gallery)
This Collection Data page contains the works and materials in the collection of 21st Century Museum of Contemporary Art, Kanazawa, as of April 1, 2010.
Artists are listed alphabetically by artist’s surname.
Works and materials by the same artists are listed according to the date of the work in principle.
Works whose dates are unidentified are listed at the end of each item. Some works are not listed according to the date of work due to their relations.
The data of works and materials are listed in order of title, production year, material/technique/form, dimensions, donor’s name, copyright holder and credit for photograph.
Dimensions are given by height (H) x width (W) in centimeters for plane work, and height (H) x width (W) x depth (D) in cm for 3-D work. Diameter (Ø) is used for circular work.
For the name of country or city, the name currently used in English is listed in principle.
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