Tsuneko Taniuchi
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Tsuneko Taniuchi

Tsuneko Taniuchi

Tsuneko Taniuchi is a Japanese performance artist born in Hyogo, Japan. Since 1987, she has lived and worked in Paris, France.[1] In 2014, Taniuchi performed her 45th "Micro-event", a series of performances that explore the borders between art and common occurrences of everyday life. "Micro-events" are an ongoing performance series that Taniuchi started in 1995 and has taken place in Europe, the United States, and Asia.[2][3]

Taniuchi is interested in working with themes related to women in contemporary society,[1] as she finds the hierarchical etiquette and customs for women in Japan unappealing.[3]

References

  1. ^ a b "Brooklyn Museum: Tsuneko Taniuchi". Brooklyn Museum.
  2. ^ HASEGAWA, KANAE. "Micro-Events: Tsuneko Taniuchi, Studio International".
  3. ^ a b Tran, John L. (28 August 2014). "Artist takes a jab at social identity". The Japan Times.

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