Yoshitomo Nara

March 16 – April 3, 1999
Santa Monica

Opening reception: Saturday, February 20, 6-8pm

Deeply influenced and informed by manga (Japanese comics), cartoons, Disney and formal Japanese painting, Nara's meticulously constructed sculptures express a detached, unique and complex psychology in which innocence, melancholy and cruelty are inextricably mixed.

In 1998 and 1999, Nara has had solo exhibitions at The Institute of Visual Arts at The University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee, The Ginza Art Space, Tokyo, and the Museum of Contemporary Art Chicago.

Our website uses cookies to improve user experience. Please click here to learn more.
By continuing to browse you are giving us your consent to our use of cookies.
I Accept
BLUM Los Angeles will be open for extended hours during Frieze Los Angeles. Visit the gallery Monday, February 26–Sunday, March 3, 10am–6pm.