Florian Claar – Tokyo, Japan

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FLORIAN Claar


1968
Born in Stuttgart (Germany)
1987 – 1994
sculpture Studies, scenography at the National Art University Stuttgart
2001 – 2002
Education in the Department of Sculpture at the Musashino Art University in Tokyo – Japan
2002 – 2005
Assistant Professor for media art and sculpture at California State University Long Beach, California – United States
2008 – 2012
Assistant Professor, Department of the Tama Art University Sculpture – Japan
Lives in Japan and Germany.


Tokyo Midtown, Minato-Ku, Tokyo, Japan.


Florian Claar is a German-born artist 1968 Stuttgart. He studied scenography, media art and sculpture at the National University of Fine Arts Stuttgart.


Moved to Japan 1994, he taught media art, installation and sculpture at Musashino Art University and Tama Art University. From 2002 at 2006, he taught full-time as an assistant professor for video art and sculpture at the California State University at Long Beach, California in the US, where he lived for several years. He has given invited lectures in universities and art institutions around the world. His work ranges from scenic installations and film projects for land-art facilities and works of public art on a large scale.


Fragment n ° 5 Cave Lunaris – 2005


FRP, steel, aluminium, 12,0 x 6,0 x 4,6 m. Tokyo Midtown Bâtiment Roppongi. Tokyo, Japan. Florian Claar.


 



Movement No.9 – 2015

Aluminum – Stainless Steel, 7.2.m x 3.4m x 3.0m

MRT Taoyuan Station / Taiwan





 








 

Klangfeld V par Florian Claar – Horizons “Arts-Nature” in Sancy 2017 – #11


The orders of the mayor in public art are in Kanazawa 21st Century Museum (2004), au Tokyo Midtown (2006), Morioka at Cultural Center (2005), au Daan Park Taipei (2010), Grand Canal Project Hangzhou (China / 2011), Nagoya Mode Gakuen (2008), Building Benesse Tama (2014), Taoyuan International Airport (Taiwan / 2014). His exhibition projects include the Yokohama Triennial 2001, "Solaris» Arts Fukuoka (2001), "Recent Excavations" X-art space (2002) «Solaris – Second chamber "Weissfeld (Tokyo / 2006), Kobe Biennale (2007), «The Micro- Cosmos Claar Florian “Aomori Museum of Art (2007),” The Project Ship Part I – The Flying Dutchman (Yokohama / 2008), “The Project Ship Part III – Nostromo (2008), The Project Ship Part II – Fafnir to Tamagawa Art Line Project (2008) “Vessel Part V Project – Frankenstein and Mahler (Maison OAG Tokyo / 2010),” The Draft Ship Part IV – Molly Aida (Hualien, Taiwan / 2011) ” Benesse Building Tama (2014), Taoyuan International Airport (Taiwan / 2014). His exhibition projects include the Yokohama Triennial 2001, "Solaris» Arts Fukuoka (2001), "Recent Excavations" X-art space (2002) «Solaris – Second chamber "Weissfeld (Tokyo / 2006), Kobe Biennale (2007), «The Micro- Cosmos Claar Florian “Aomori Museum of Art (2007),” The Project Ship Part I – The Flying Dutchman (Yokohama / 2008), “The Project Ship Part III – Nostromo (2008), The Project Ship Part II – Fafnir to Tamagawa Art Line Project (2008) “Vessel Part V Project – Frankenstein and Mahler (Maison OAG Tokyo / 2010),” The Draft Ship Part IV – Molly Aida (Hualien, Taiwan / 2011) ” Benesse Building Tama (2014), Taoyuan International Airport (Taiwan / 2014). His exhibition projects include the Yokohama Triennial 2001, "Solaris» Arts Fukuoka (2001), "Recent Excavations" X-art space (2002) «Solaris – Second chamber "Weissfeld (Tokyo / 2006), Kobe Biennale (2007), «The Micro- Cosmos Claar Florian “Aomori Museum of Art (2007),” The Project Ship Part I – The Flying Dutchman (Yokohama / 2008), “The Project Ship Part III – Nostromo (2008), The Project Ship Part II – Fafnir to Tamagawa Art Line Project (2008) “Vessel Part V Project – Frankenstein and Mahler (Maison OAG Tokyo / 2010),” The Draft Ship Part IV – Molly Aida (Hualien, Taiwan / 2011) “.


 

 

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