Yusuke Asai "Pagi-Sore"


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Yusuke Asai (born 1981) is constantly drawing while listening to the beat of the place he is drawing and the sense of time cultivated there. He is not limited by traditional concepts of painting, places, or materials. Instead, Asai expresses his unique creativity through diverse use of materials such as mud, dust, masking tape, and flour, utilizing processes envisioned as he stands in the field.

Out of the many varied works that Asai actively produces, this exhibition will focus on “Specimen” pieces recreated from “Masking Plants,” marker pen pieces drawn on masking tape, produced for large areas such as public spaces and shopping malls.

The exhibition’s title, “pagi-sore,” comes from the Indonesian. A pagi sore is a type of cloth with two different patterns drawn on each side. “Pagi” means “morning,” and “sore” means “evening.”



From 2011-10-21 To 2011-11-26

Opening Reception on 2011-10-21 from 18:00 to 20:00


Yusuke Asai



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