Museums inside Pasta boxes by Kenji SugiyamaJul 02
Do not judge Japanese artist Kenji Sugiyama’s artworks from afar, you might miss out on an experience to see another perception of the world. At first glance, you will see his art installations as ordinary pasta boxes but look closely and you will see incredibly detailed miniature art museums inside them. He calls this series of work, “Institute of Intimate Museums”. Each Pasta museum box is complete with wooden floors, framed artworks on the fully colored walls, even the benches are there. Sugiyama’s work was recently on exhibit at the Scope Basel 2012.
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