Tokujin Yoshioka’s first solo exhibition in Kyusyu, the south-east island in Japan and his hometown.
In the exhibition, which is also celebrating the museum’s recent renovation that Tokujin himself was engaged as a supervisor, his renowned art works were displayed such as “Honey-pop” which was presented in 2001 and had received considerable attentions internationally, “Water Block” installed permanently at Musee d’Orsay since 2011, and “VENUS” the natural crystal chair first unveiled at Second Nature in 2008.
In addition to the pieces, there was an installation work “TORNADO”, which was presented in 2007 at Design Milami / Designer of the Year 2007, creating the space by layering transparent straws that spreads over the new exhibition rooms like the natural phenomenon.
This was an exhibition where he hoped to think upon the future of nature and humanity.
*The works exhibited at this exhibition works are work of art, and are copyrighted works protected by the Copyright Act.