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If you want to know what Japanese artist Yoshitomo Nara has been up to in recent years, this booth is the answer to your dreams. It explodes with his work of all sizes and mediums, with a central focus on a new, unglazed ceramic piece—a typical Nara face with a pointed, fir tree-like head. This motif is repeated in miniature, as well as on pine-table plinths. Also on view are paintings on cardboard, pen drawings on paper, and a small corner of a photographs hung salon-style. The presentation is joyous, cartoony and melancholic all at the same time.