Japanese artist and design extraordinaire Tokujin Yoshioka will create a new prism-themed installation at Shiseido Gallery in central Tokyo.

Once again Yoshioka is returning to his regular preoccupation: the relationship between natural phenomenon, in this case light and rainbows, and materials, here reflective glass.

He will create a new prism sculpture that immerses visitors in rainbow rays. The exhibition runs at Shiseido Gallery in Ginza from January 13th to March 26th.

tokujin yoshioka shiseido gallery tokyo prism installation

tokujin yoshioka shiseido gallery tokyo prism installation

tokujin yoshioka shiseido gallery tokyo prism installation

Previous Tokujin Yoshioka triumphs include a glass tea house at a temple in Kyoto, a “rainbow church”, a “disappearing” transparent chair on the streets of Roppongi, and a “straw tornado”.

Shiseido Gallery is one of the most popular art venues in Tokyo. Although a cosmetics firm, Shiseido operates the free space along with an annual art award to promote creativity and the arts. Other similar brand-run venues in Tokyo include Le Forum, inside the Maison Hermes Ginza store, and Espace Louis Vuitton Tokyo in Omotesando.

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