Kazuna Taguchi (*Tokyo, 1979) lives and works in Vienna, AT. She studied at Tokyo University of the Arts where she graduated with an MFA and was conferred with a Doctorate in Painting Major (Ph.D.) In 2019 her first book, Eurydice, was published by Haus der Matsubara.
Selected exhibitions: Why do birds suddenly appear?, Galerie Martin Janda, Vienna,(2020); The Unremarkableness of Disobedient Desire, Lucie Drdova Gallery, Prague, (2020); Autumn Sale of Dreams and Love, Significant Other, Vienna, (2019); Is there something I should know, Vinifero, Vienna, (2019); Reading Images: The Time of photography, Tokyo Photographic Art Museum, Tokyo, (2019); And, Then, Museum Haus Kasuya, Kanagawa, (2019); The Eye of Eurydice, Void+, Tokyo, (2019); Retrospective of museum collection: 2014→1890, The National Museum of Art, Osaka, Osaka, (2018); Wienfluss, Museum Haus Kasuya, Kanagawa, (2017); Sleeping Beauty, Hiroshima City Museum of Contemporary Art, Hiroshima, (2014); The Crimson Sun, ShugoArts, Tokyo, (2013); Somewhere Between Me and This World- Japanese Contemporary Photography, Tokyo Metropolitan Museum of Photography, Tokyo, (2012); Pandemonium, XYZ Collective, Tokyo, (2012)
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