Saturday, April 11, 2009


World famous, Japanese artist and designer, Kenzo Takada opens his first exhibition in Latin America. The event showcases his plastic works at the new art gallery Lordi Arte Contemporaneo in San Telmo, Venezuela 617. The exhibition has traveled the world, stopping first in Munich and Morocco, and is a combination of paintings, sculptures and collages. The majority of the paintings feature women among pieces of cloth and stamps, but he was sure to include one of a couple dancing tango with the Obelisk behind them as an homage to Buenos Aires. Visit the exhibit Monday through Friday, 11am to 8pm, until July 10th.


Anonymous said...

Me pueden informar si hay algun lugar en Buenos Aires que vendan porcelanas de Kenzo.Muchas gracias.

M.D. Cameron said...
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