Rainbow Church by Tokujin YoshiokaFebruary 24, 2010
Solo exhibitions at MUSEUM.beyondmuseum will be held by four international artist and designers; Damien Hirst, Theo Jansen, the Campana Brothers and Tokujin Yoshioka. At the exhibition of Yoshioka, which opens from May 1st, will present his dream project Rainbow Church, a large scale straw installation for the first time in Asia. The idea of this project Rainbow Church dates back to when Tokujin was in his early 20s.
Yoshioka visited the Chepelle du Rosaire located in Vence, a commune located near Nice, France, which Henri Matisse, a French painter, created in his last years. He was impressed to see the world of Matisse being expressed by the sunlight of the Provence. Since then, he had been dreaming of designing an space where people can feel the light with all senses.
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