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/ STUART MUNRO
Robert Morris & Kishio Suga

BLUM & POE, Tokyo

View of "Robert Morris & Kishio Suga," Blum & Poe, Tokyo, 2016.
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Stuart Munro

Words, like the gray matting in Robert Morris’s Lead and Felt (1969/2016), are woven. Yet, like these felt strips, descriptions shift. In a shared context with Kishio Suga’s Parameters of Space (1978/2016), material and form take on meanings that bend, twist, and track the local climate. The immediate world provides... continue reading
View of Andrew Kerr's “The gallery is beside a church, apartments and a small park with fountain,” Rat Hole Gallery, Tokyo, 2015.
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Stuart Munro

Tokyo’s Rat Hole Gallery is beside a church, apartments and a small park. Removed from the passing traffic, stairs from the street lead to a basement entrance hidden behind frosted glass. By locating them so precisely in the show’s title, Glasgow-based Andrew Kerr suggests the new paintings for his first... continue reading

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