Arataniurano Art Gallery

When artist Tatzu Nishi had a solo show at Arataniurano, he did much more than hang pictures: he pierced the gallery walls with a street lamp that glowed in the office, and he dramatically lowered the ceiling lights so that visitors had to creep around the edges of the space.

One of a group of seven influential Tokyo galleries established since 2004 (known as the New Tokyo Contemporaries), Arataniurano has cemented its reputation for showing quirky, offbeat work, such as Izumi Kato’s colourful, African-cum-extraterrestrial wood carvings and Tadasu Takamine’s luxury product-like works, with which he campaigns for sustainable energy consumption using super-capacitors.

 

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