Tokyo gallery NANZUKA will hold a new Tetsuya Nakamura solo exhibition. This show will display sculptures embedded with organic and biological features at NANZUKA 2G in Shibuya and the dealer’s emerging outpost 3110NZ by LDH kitchen in Nakameguro.
As a studied Urushi-Art (Japanese Lacquer) at Tokyo University of the Arts, Nakamura has been creating sculptures with streamlined shapes since 1998. The solo presentation showcases his signature work entitled “Replica Series,” replicating futuristic jet aircrafts to symbolize modern society with “speed” and “remodeling.” In recent years, he has produced robotic work of artificial life featuring biological traits, all of which follow the aesthetic of custom paint culture. This show will also have never-before-seen artwork.
The display of Tetsuya Nakamura’s artwork will be on display from March 12 to April 11 at NANZUKA 2G and with works also on display at 3110NZ by LDH Kitchen from March 9 to April 11. Visit NANZUKA’s website to learn more.
Shibuya City, Tokyo 150-0042
3110NZ by LDH Kitchen
Meguro Ku, Tokyo
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