YOSHIROTTEN Announces First Exhibition Since 2013

The Japanese artist returns with over two dozen new pieces.

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Japanese graphic artist YOSHIROTTEN introduces his first exhibit in almost 5 years. “FUTURE NATURE” centers around the “visualization of invisible things,” the collection will also feature a new book of the artist’s work.

About 30 brand new pieces will be on display, focusing on YOSHIROTTEN’s medium of choice: distorted digital artworks. Inspired by natural wonders like mountain ranges and oceans, the artist subverts photographs with a range of digital manipulation techniques, discoloring some images and smearing the shape of others. Installations and sculptures will accompany the other artworks, along with GASBOOK 33 YOSHIROTTEN, a new book showcasing nearly a dozen of YOSHIROTTEN’s most iconic creations.

YOSHIROTTEN First Exhibition Since 2013 future nature 2018 TOLOT heuristic SHINONOME march 2018 release date info opening GASBOOK 33

The exhibition launches at Tokyo’s TOLOT/heuristic SHINONOME on March 10. Elsewhere in the world of art, KAWS and Yayoi Kusama are set to debut their own new exhibitions.

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