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Introduction
Shusaku Arakawa (荒川 修作, Arakawa Shūsaku, July 6, 1936 – May 18, 2010) was a Japanese conceptual artist and architect. He had a personal and artistic partnership with the writer and artist Madeline Gins that spanned more than four decades. Later in his life, Arakawa and Gins were more commonly associated with architectural projects aimed toward the longevity of human life expectancy.
Wikidata
Q478264
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Nationalities
Japanese, American, Asian
Gender
Male
Roles
Artist, Architect, Painter, Performance Artist, Sculptor
Names
Shūsaku Arakawa, Arakawa, Arakawa Shūsaku, 荒川修作
Ulan
500123705
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