Espace Louis Vuitton – Traces of Disappearance

The Soul of the World "Anima mundi" by Anne and Patrick Poirier Espace Louis Vuitton TokyoThe Soul of the World “Anima mundi”, by Anne and Patrick Poirier, Cone in metal, diameter: 600cm / height 700cm, a “living sculpture with living birds”.

Luxury fashion brand Louis Vuitton’s art space which occupies the 7th floor of their vast Tokyo Omotesando boutique never seizes to amaze me with their interesting exhibition program and their Traces of Disappearance exhibition is no different. With a live bird sculpture and a gummy bear mosaic that mimics traditional stained glass windows, can you really blame me?

Naoya Hatakeyama 畠山 直哉Mont Ventoux, by Naoya Hatakeyama 畠山 直哉, 2005/2013, Consisting of a series of 12 C-Print images, 100 x 49 cm, framing structure 63 x 114 cm.

Traces of Disappearance Espace Louis Vuitton Tokyo

Traces of Disappearance at Espace Louis Vuitton Tokyo(Mosaic) The Sheer Size of It, by Kasper Kovitz, Candy on Plexi-glass, diameter: 710cm.

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