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Milano Salone 2017

22 March 2017

TOKUJIN YOSHIOKA_Glass Fountain
hosted by ISSEY MIYAKE

Tokujin Yoshioka designed the first ISSEY MIYAKE flagship store in Italy. We are delighted to announce that the exhibition "TOKUJIN YOSHIOKA_Glass Fountain" will be exhibited during the Milano Design Week.

The new work "FOUNTAIN - Glass Table" (Glas Italia) was created when a piece of flat glass is transformed into a three dimensional form with the technique of glass craftsmen in Murano Island, Italy. The glasses sparkle like natural fountains, and fill the whole exhibition space with shimmers.

Period: Tuesday 4th April - Sunday 9th April
Venue: ISSEY MIYAKE, Via Bagutta 12 - 20121 Milano

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Milano Salone 2017 LOUIS VUITTON

16 March 2017

LOUIS VUITTON Objets Nomades

We are pleased to announce that Tokujin Yoshioka will present “Blossom Stool"
- the first collaboration with LOUIS VUITTON at Milano Design Week.

Date| Tuesday 4th April - Sunday 9th April
Venue| Palazzo Bocconi
Address| Corso Venezia, 48 Milan, Italy

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Milano Salone 2017

08 March 2017

TOKUJIN YOSHIOKA × LG
S.F_Senses of the Future

For this year’s Milano Design Week, Tokujin Yoshioka will showcase the exhibition "TOKUJIN YOSHIOKA x LG : S.F_Senses of the Future”. Under the theme of SF, a large-scale light installation will be created with Tokujin's new work "S.F chair”.

“SF (Sci-Fi)” is an expression to represent Science Fiction - imaginative concepts of science, technology, space or life, and commonly known around the world in the form of films, novels and comics, and we have sensed our destinies in our dreams.

This ingenious installation combines the state of the technology of LG with the unique artistic vision of Tokujin Yoshioka. It projects a poetic phenomenon that can only be described as a tapestry of light: a truly futuristic dimension which confounds and transcends the human senses.

Period: Tuesday 4th April  - Sunday 9th April
Venue : SUPER STUDIO (1000㎡) / ART POINT, Via Tortona, 27 - Milan 20144, Italy

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TOKUJIN YOSHIOKA_SPECTRUM

17 January 2017

The solo exhibition, TOKUJIN YOSHIOKA _ SPECTRUM - Resonant rainbows radiate from prisms, was opened at Shiseido Gallery in Ginza, Tokyo on 13th January. Tokujin extends his sincere appreciation to all who came to the opening.

Please visit our EXHIBITION page for the latest images.

We are sincerely looking forward to you visiting the exhibition.

Date|Friday 13th January - Sunday 26th March 
Venue|SHISEIDO Gallery
Address|Ginza Shiseido Building, basement floor. 8-8-3 Ginza Chuo-ku,Tokyo
http://www.shiseidogroup.jp/gallery/

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TOKUJIN YOSHIOKA_SPECTRUM

01 December 2016

Upcoming solo exhibition

Resonant rainbows radiate from prisms.

The exhibition, TOKUJIN YOSHIOKA_SPECTRUM will be held at Shiseido Gallery, Ginza, Tokyo from 13th January 2017.

In this solo exhibition, Tokujin Yoshioka will present his new installation, “Spectrum”. This groundbreaking experience offers an almost mystical journey through light, with seemingly infinite rainbow colours drawn from nature, science and technology projected to flood the entire space.

Date|Friday 13th January - Sunday 26th March
Venue|SHISEIDO Gallery
Address|Ginza Shiseido Building, basement floor. 8-8-3 Ginza Chuo-ku,Tokyo
http://www.shiseidogroup.jp/gallery/

Organized by SHISEIDO Co., Ltd. 
Planned by Shiseido Corporate Culture Department  •  TOKUJIN YOSHIOKA DESIGN 
Supported by TOLI Corporation  •  Yamaha Corporation

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LOUIS VUITTON x Tokujin Yoshioka

29 November 2016

We are pleased to announce that Tokujin Yoshioka will present
“Blossom Stool" a new collaboration for LOUIS VUITTON Objets Nomades
at Design Miami from 30th November - 4th December 2016.

LOUIS VUITTON
Objets Nomades
Date|Wednesday 30th November - Sunday 4th December
Venue|Design Miami
Address|Meridian Avenue & 19th Street
Adjacent to the Miami Beach Convention Center Miami Beach, USA
http://miami2016.designmiami.com/

Please visit PROJECT to find out more information.

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LOUIS VUITTON x Tokujin Yoshioka

08 November 2016

Tokujin Yoshioka will present a new collaboration for LOUIS VUITTON 
Objets Nomades.

LOUIS VUITTON
Objets Nomades
Date|Wednesday 30th November - Sunday 4th December
Venue|Design Miami  
http://miami2016.designmiami.com/

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Upcoming Exhibition

26 October 2016

The solo exhibition entitled "TOKUJIN YOSHIOKA_SPECTRUM" will be held at SHISEIDO Gallery.

Date|Friday 13th January - Sunday 26th March
Venue|SHISEIDO Gallery
Address|Ginza Shiseido Building, basement floor. 8-8-3 Ginza Chuo-ku,Tokyo
http://www.shiseidogroup.jp/gallery/

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NTT Urban Development - Symbol Mark Design

13 October 2016

Tokujin Yoshioka designed the new symbol mark for NTT Urban Development.

This newly designed symbol mark is not like symbols in the past that have been created from a two-dimensional designing, but a three-dimensional design that gives a futuristic taste brought forth by a stereoscopic form having a sense of “space”.

This symbol expresses pureness and shining crystal as a motif to symbolize the
3 keywords of "future, innovation and integrity", which represent NTT Urban Development's corporate slogan. The color of blue, which has a sense of transparency and represent crystal, depicts the deep tones of the natural sky and sea. Beyond the creation of a bright, futuristic architecture and spaces, this symbol signifies the thoughts of giving happiness and joy to many people.

Please visit GRAPHIC to find out more information.

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"Water Block" exhibited at the Golden Pavillion Temple - Kinkaku-ji in Kyoto

22 May 2016

The new piece - the golden-brass “Water Block” was exhibited at the Golden Pavillion Temple - Kinkaku-ji, in Kyoto.

The original "Water Block” made of glass forms the shape of solid water, and it is the piece that expresses the beauty of chance born at the moment when the glass is solidified and the beautiful ripples of water surface. It is permanently exhibited at the Impressionist gallery at Musée d’Orsay in Paris together with masterpieces of Mannet, Degas, Monet, Cézanne and Renoir.

For this new piece, the original form of the glass bench was newly made of brass, and it was created by the exquisite casting technique of traditional Buddha statue making in Japan which has been inherited over years.In this process of casting, brass melted in a 1100℃ furnace was poured into a sand mold, and it was thoroughly polished by experienced craftsmen to create the bench to shimmer in gold.

Kinkaku-ji, officially named Rokuon-ji is located in Kyoto, which was formerly the imperial capital of Japan in 794. It was built as a symbol of Kitayama culture by Ashikaga Yoshimitsu, the 3rd general of Ashikaga shogunate during Muromachi period of Japan, in 1397. The spaces of 2nd and 3rd floors of this Zen temple building are covered with gold foils, and the building is designated as one of the Historic Monuments of Ancient Kyoto, which are World Heritage Sites.

It was the first art exhibition held there privately, and it was not open to the public due to the Important Cultural Property.

*The exhibition at the Golden Pavillion - Kinkaku-ji has ended already.

Please visit  ART PIECE  to find out more information.

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