Susumu Shingu: Sculpting with Wind
Tokyo and New York-based Ippodo Gallery presents “Susumu Shingu: Sculpting with Wind” from October 20–December 29. The exhibition will feature the work of revered and prolific 85-year-old Japanese kinetic sculptor and artist Susumu Shingu. A philosopher at heart, the celebrated artist is a long-time collaborator with Renzo Piano and other leading architects on site-specific installations. His work can be found in museums, luxury hotels, and public installations across the globe. The gallery is located at 32 E. 67th Street on the Upper East Side.
Venue: Ippodo Gallery
Ippodo Gallery, 32 E. 67th Street, 3rd Fl.
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