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Tokujin Yoshioka’s Tornado Installation
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Thursday, July 2nd, Tokujin Yoshioka’s solo exhibition “Tornado” has opened at Saga Prefectural Art Museum in Japan.

In the exhibition, which is also celebrating the museum’s recent renovation that Tokujin himself was engaged as a supervisor, are displayed some of his renowned works such asHoney-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, the installation Tornado – which was presented in 2007 at Design Miami / Designer of the Year 2007 – creates the space by layering more than 2 millions of transparent straws that spread over the new exhibition rooms like the natural phenomenon.

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