On view at Ba-Tsu Art Gallery in Tokyo.
Alongside original works by Ryan McGinley, Raymond Pettibon and more.
“The [Mao] artwork was not politically motivated then and should not be used politically now.”
From the collection of Ryan Brant, who founded ’Grand Theft Auto’ publisher Take-Two.
Our Editors also discuss KAWS’ latest exhibition and Patagonia’s climate strike.
According to The RealReal’s data.
Featuring his largest bronze sculpture to date.
KAWS ‘GONE’ Companion figures, Felipe Pantone x Configurable Art side tables, and more.
The collection will coincide with the artist’s show at the National Gallery of Victoria, Melbourne.
At the Skarstedt Gallery.