GO SEE: Lots of AK 47s, a really big Cannon, and a trip to Hungary half shaved.

This is Chu Enoki’s first solo show in Europe.
A seminal figure in contemporary Japanese art, Enoki’s work has influenced younger artists such Takashi Murakami and Keiji Uematsu. Since the millennium, Enoki has received increasing acclaim and is now considered one of the most significant artists working in Japan, yet he is still not widely recognised internationally.

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New York City’s Columbus statue enveloped by living room made by Japanese artist Tatzu Nishi

A Japanese artist is inviting the public to have an intimate view of Christopher Columbus high above a hectic intersection in midtown Manhattan. Tatzu Nishi is constructing a contemporary living room on top of the Columbus Monument in Columbus Circle, where a 13-foot statue of Columbus is perched on a six-story column in the middle […]

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‘SHINGANIST’ Curated By Usugrow at Stolen Space from July 23rd

23.07.09 – 09.08.09 In anticipation of the imminent release of his new book “Shinganist,” Usugrow has rallied the book’s contributors to action for this show at StolenSpace. Together, these five Japanese artists will be taking over the walls of the Gallery with stunning new works on canvas, paper, wood and felt. “Shinganist” is an intriguing […]

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