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Apr 10 2020

Tokyo Wanderings: A Brief History of Public Art in the City

by The Editors

Installation view of LOUISE BOURGEOIS’s Maman, 1999, bronze sculpture wrapped in fabric by MAGDA SAYEG, dimensions variable, at the 15th anniversary of Roppongi Hills, Tokyo, 2018. All photos by Nick West for ArtAsiaPacific.

Remember when people used to go out and look at art? It isn’t safe for yourself and others to do that right now, but ArtAsiaPacific’s Tokyo-based contributor Nick West has collated some photographs of public art in the metropolis over the past two decades for your vicarious enjoyment.  

Installation view of LEANDRO ERLICH’s Cloud, 2011, plexiglass, ceramic ink, solid surface base, 67 × 41 × 60 cm, at Uchisaiwaicho, Tokyo, 2011.
Installation view of LEANDRO ERLICH’s Cloud, 2011, plexiglass, ceramic ink, solid surface base, 67 × 41 × 60 cm, at Uchisaiwaicho, Tokyo, 2011.
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