This exhibition, marking the gallery’s 30th anniversary (following its recent pivot from Blum & Poe to Blum), offers an intergenerational survey of Japanese art from the 1960s to the present. Co-curated by Tim Blum and postwar Japanese historian Mika Yoshitake, it takes its title from Yukio Mishima’s 1969 novel Runaway Horses. A fitting text for the gallery's next chapter, the book centers on the power of rebirth and self-actualization. Know Before You Go: The show is installed across Blum’s Los Angeles and Tokyo locations, and will inaugurate its new Tribeca outpost in New York this fall.
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