“BORO AGE” is opening on Apr.10th, through May.12th


Duration:     Apr.10th, 2019 (Wed.) – May.12th, 2019 (Sun.) 12pm – 8pm
Opening:     Apr.10th, 2019 (Wed.) 4pm – 7pm
Producer:    Shun
Host:            Shun Art Gallery 
Address:      Room 108, No. 3, Lane 1363, Middle Fuxing Road, Xuhui District, Shanghai
Tel:               +86 (0)21 5496 1918
Web:             www.shunartdesign.com

Email:           gallery@shunartdesign.com 

How did the ancient Japanese live? BOROボロ: When the fishermen and the peasants wore out their cloth, they would make patches on it. With the accumulation it generally became very soft. Passing down by generations, it kept your warm and was frequently used during their workday or daily lives. This is the best trace of life and a precious legacy left by the ancestors in the era of resource shortage. 

KUDO’s sculptures and jewelries are interlinked; both materials and shapes were all derived from life and restored to life at last. They are the lasting things for the future generations.

BORO’s “softness” counters with the silver’s “hardness” at the same time and in the same space, let’s think about the time accumulation, and indulge in the “realm of ecstasy “through this medium.

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