SITE-SPECIFIC

Ken Hiratsuka’s One Line World Project : carving the world as one huge sculpture through the hands of the individual artist. Driven by his belief that art can transcend barriers of language and nationality, Hiratsuka creates site-specific works in different countries and environments, often living with the people and incorporating local cultural stories, events, and icons into the carvings. The sculptures become memorials of a people, a place, and a time.  To date, Hiratsuka’s work can be seen in permanent public sites in both urban and natural environments in 21 countries including Australia, Brazil, Canada, China, Colombia, Germany, Japan, Korea, Italy, Indonesia, Kenya, Finland, Sweden, Mongolia, Turkey, and the United States.

Winwood Walls - Miami, 2016
Winwood Walls - Miami, 2016
Winwood Walls - Miami, 2016
Winwood Walls - Miami, 2016
Montauk, NY “Drifted Coral" - 2004
Montauk, NY “Drifted Coral" - 2004
Montauk, NY “Drifted Coral" - 2004
India
India
Turkey, 2002
Tenjing Teda 1996
Stimolate, Japan - 2003
Denman Is. BC 1991
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Mongolia - 2006
Mongolia - 2006
Mongolia - 2006
Santa Fe - 1991
Kilpsjarvi, Finland -1993
Mt. Derapi, Indonesia 2001
Cowra Australia '87
Rome, Italy '91
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Tenjing Teda 1996