“To create a work in which the lack of a single element will cause the entire structure – the invisible existences of things and their relationships – to collapse like a cosmos.”
KEIJI UEMATSU, born in 1947 in Kobe, Japan, works with drawing, sculpture and photography.
Seen at the GALERIE LÖHRL booth at this year’s ART COLOGNE
© Keiji Uematsu, “Wave Motion I” (1) and (2), 1976, 2 silver gelatin prints, each 40.6 x 51.3 cm, Edition of 4, Courtesy Galerie Löhrl, Mönchengladbach
Keiji Uematsu is currently participating in Performing for the Camera at Tate Modern, London, from February 18 to June 12, 2016. With the solo exhibition Invisible Force, Uematsu is currently being presented by Simon Lee, London, until May 5, 2016.