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Dillon + Lee is pleased to present “Reflection - Blue,” our first solo exhibition of Japanese artist Katsumi Hayakawa (b. 1970 Tochigi, Japan). Hayakawa considers his grouping of painstakingkly hand-crafted paper sculptures as a play in the concepts of the solid and the void. Expl

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Dillon + Lee is pleased to present “Reflection - Blue,” our first solo exhibition of Japanese artist Katsumi Hayakawa (b. 1970 Tochigi, Japan).

Hayakawa considers his grouping of painstakingkly hand-crafted paper sculptures as a play in the concepts of the solid and the void. Exploring ideas behind the urban landscape, in this exhibition, Hayakawa combines different materials such as paper with …

Dillon + Lee is pleased to present “Reflection - Blue,” our first solo exhibition of Japanese artist Katsumi Hayakawa (b. 1970 Tochigi, Japan).

Hayakawa considers his grouping of painstakingkly hand-crafted paper sculptures as a play in the concepts of the solid and the void. Exploring ideas behind the urban landscape, in this exhibition, Hayakawa combines different materials such as paper with plastic as a metaphor of the natural and the artificial, the ancient and the modern.

These works are initially read as a whole - a pulsating arrangement of regular shapes and volume - then as an …

Location

2 Rivington St
New York, NY , US