Japanese artist Izumi Kato's art practice is a journey into our own sense of humanity which begins at the point of convergence between imagination and reality. Untitled (2021), Kato’s sculpture trio, is a new bronze variation born from his stone sculpture series.
With Untitled, Kato conveys the organic shape of stones in a stack of partially hand-painted bronze blocks, marking a departure from previous works in both form and origin. Each sculpture portrays Kato’s iconic wide-eyed humanoid creature, at once evoking a soft sense of primitivism while also alluding to the far-flung future.
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