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Haroshi "Pain" Exhibition @ StolenSpace Gallery

Long known for his incredibly detailed works using recycled skateboards, self-taught Tokyo-based

Long known for his incredibly detailed works using recycled skateboards, self-taught Tokyo-based deck resurrector Haroshi is bringing his signature medium to London’s StolenSpace Gallery for a new exhibition entitled “Pain.” The display is set to highlight an entirely new body of work as Haroshi explores the effects of emotional pain and the way in which it can play a major role in both motivation and creativity. Featuring hundreds of recycled boards, the unique sculptural works call into question “What is pain?” and “Why does pain exist?” Haroshi’s “Pain” opens October 10 and will remain at StolenSpace through November 3.

StolenSpace Gallery
17 Osborn Street
London E1 6TD
United Kingdom

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