Yoskay Yamamoto

Sep 30, 2013

Hong Kong

LeBasse Projects continues its exhibition series at Hong Kong Times Square with submerged, a spectacular exhibition and installation from Yoskay Yamamoto. The exhibition features a series of Yamamoto’s sculptures in a range of scales and sizes – from 3 inch hand carved works all the way up to a pair of 30 foot tall sculptures that are designed to be interactive with Times Square HK’s nearly 150k daily visitors. Through this special exhibition, Yamamoto created an installation to uplift people’s spirit through their experience with the installation.

While the outdoor works are intended to be interacted with, the exhibition continues into the atrium gallery where twenty five new submerged hand-carved wood sculptures are arranged along one long pedestal, again playing with the themes of repetition and pattern. These works are enhanced by a series of six new paintings and several more large scale sculptures along with an artist designed floor pattern – covering the ground in both outdoor and gallery areas.

Yoskay Yamamoto

LeBasse Projects

September 27 – October 31, 2013
Times Square Hong Kong
Open Piazza and 2/F Atrium
1 Matheson Street, Causeway Bay
Hong Kong