HIRAKU PROJECT VOL.4
©Tamami Iinuma
TAMAMI IINUMA

momentary architecture

The “Hiraku Project” is conceived as a series of exhibitions introducing contemporary artworks by Pola Art Foundation Grant recipients. The exhibitions are to be held at the Atrium Gallery, recently established to celebrate the 15th anniversary of the Pola Museum of Art. “Hiraku” translates as ‘open,’ in the sense of ‘responsive to new possibilities.’ We are pleased to present Iinuma Tamami’s Momentary Architecture as the fourth exhibition in our HIRAKU Project.

TAMAMI IINUMA

[Profile]
Tamami Iinuma – born in Tokyo in 1983. Upon completion of the Master of Arts degree in Tokyo in 2008, she embarked on one year of study at Hochschule für Grafik und Buchkunst Leipzig. The grant by Pola Art Foundation enabled her to continue to work in Leipzig, Germany until 2013, when she began participating in the doctoral programme at Tokyo University of the Arts. In 2014, she had a residency at Cite des Arts Paris for 9 months to realize a research of her doctoral thesis “How Book became Architecture – Landscape of Le Corbusier’s Typography”. In March 2018, she has completed the doctoral programme and currently lives and works in Tokyo and Paris

[Overview]
Iinuma Tamami’s prints and art books of her photos portray expressions of architectural structures and their surrounding space. She views architecture as an organic breathing presence capable of chronicling the accumulated memory of the flow of people and scenery in its proximity. This perspective allows her to produce profound photographs that express the atmosphere and memory, in addition to the structural beauty, of buildings.
Along with existing works, the exhibition features Iinuma’s newly produced works based on photographs from the Gora and Sengokuhara areas of Hakone. The exhibition also introduces an interactive installation work that allows viewers to alter scenery through the action of turning pages of a book.

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List of Works

1. Landscape in Modern Architecture, Kandinsky Haus Wohnraum
444x333mm pigment print in embossed passepartouts 2008
2. Landscape in Modern Architecture, Tokyo 154-0024
894x594mm pigment print 2014
3. Momentary Architecture Pola Museum
594x420mm pigment print 2018
4. Momentary Architecture Hakone Sengokuhara
594x420mm pigment print 2018
5. Momentary Architecture Hakone Gora
594x420mm pigment print 2018
6. Momentary Architecture Hakone Sengokuhara
594x420mm pigment print 2018
7. Portrait of Arhitecture, Ichinomiya Housing
1118x840mm pigment print 2018
8. House of Architecture, O.Niemayer Haus
594x420mm pigment print 2015
9. House of Architecture, Unité d’Habitation Berlin
594x420mm pigment print 2015
10. House of Architecture, Unité d’Habitation Berlin
594x420mm pigment print 2015
11. House of Architecture, O.Niemayer Haus
594x420mm pigment print 2015
12. House of Architecture, O.Niemayer Haus
594x420mm pigment print 2015
13. Landscape in Modern Architecture, Kandinsky Haus Speisezimmer
444x333mm pigment print in embossed passepartouts 2011
14. Landscape in Modern Architecture, Kandinsky Haus Treppenhaus
444x333mm pigment print in embossed passepartouts 2011
15. Landscape in Modern Architecture, Kandinsky Haus Ninas Raum
444x333mm pigment print in embossed passepartouts 2011
16. Landscape in Modern Architecture, Klee Haus Gästzimmer
444x333mm pigment print in embossed passepartouts 2011
17. Landscape in Modern Architecture, Klee Haus Treppenhaus
444x333mm pigment print in embossed passepartouts 2011
18. Landscape in Modern Architecture, Kandinsky Schlemmer Flur
444x333mm pigment print in embossed passepartouts 2011
19. Landscape in Modern Architecture, Haus Muche Schlafzimmer
444x333mm pigment print in embossed passepartouts 2011
20. Landscape in Modern Architecture, Haus Muche Schlafzimmer
444x333mm pigment print in embossed passepartouts 2011
21. Landscape in Modern Architecture, Paris 75014
630x420mm pigment print 2013
22. Piece of Colonne, Fragments of Waves
size flexible 2014(photographed),2018(installation)

Exhibition

TAMAMI IINUMA momentary architecture

Organized by Pola Art Foundation
Venue: Atrium Gallery, Pola Museum of Art