Yoko Inoue

I went to the opening of  (former CBA workspace resident) Yoko Inoue‘s installation at Smack Mellon on Saturday. It’s a fantastic, overwhelming accumulation of thousands of hand-cast ceramic hybrid objects that mimics the visual clamor of a marketplace. You should go see it if you’re in NYC. I might have to go again, as it’s the kind of installation where you’re constantly finding few things to look at. My favorites are the fuzzy cat masks, followed closely by the the sad bunnies in the corner.

Yoko Inoue
Mandala Flea Market Mutants:
Pop Protocol and the Seven
Transformations of Good-luck
National Defense Cats

Exhibition Dates:
March 17- April 22, 2012

Apparently she’s going to be onsite for the duration of the exhibition, so you can say hi as well.

Smack Mellon
92 Plymouth Street @ Washington
Brooklyn, NY 11201

Gallery hours are Wednesday – Sunday, 12:00pm to 6:00pm

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