“Prism” is a new group exhibition at NANSUKA UNDERGROUND that showcases a diverse cast of artists, each shedding a brilliant light amid the pandemic.
Visitors will immediately notice the eclectic supercar Tetsuya Nakamura – an amorphous sculpture that resembles part Batmobile, part American muscle car, and part synthetic life form. Moving on from the exhibition and his fellow Japanese sculptor, Ryuichi Ohira has created a series of wooden reliefs that comment on the natural environment and human acts of creation, along with its relationship to personal expression and energy.
The autocentric pieces contrast with the work of acclaimed American artist Cleon Peterson, whose minimal aesthetic comments on the corruption and power structures that have existed in society for thousands of years.
Complementing her solo exhibition ‘THE PLANETS’ now on display at Seoul-born artist NANZUKA 2G, Yoon Hyup presents two paintings that reflect the bustle of his new home – New York City. Check out the full artist below for ‘Prism’, which will be on display at the NANZOKA UNDERGROUND gallery in Tokyo until November 7.
In case you missed it, Daniel Arsham has revealed his new ‘CRYSTALIZED CHARMANDER’ figure.
NANZUKA SUBSTRATE (2F)
3-30-10 Jingumae Shibuya-ku Tokyo
List of artists “Prisma”:
Julio Anaya Cabanding