Hiro Ando
8,000 EUR (€)
Oil on Canvas
160 x 85 x 5 cm
This artwork come directly from the Artist's Studio : Studio CrazyNoodles . #hiroandoofficial #galeriejacobpaulett #studiocrazynoodles
Mint Condition
Unavailable For Sale
This artwork come directly from the Artist's Studio : Studio CrazyNoodles . #hiroandoofficial #galeriejacobpaulett #studiocrazynoodles
Rue Clement Marot
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“Drawing on ideas of collectability and fantasy, Japanese artist Hiro Ando combines tradition with contemporary culture in his sculpture work…. Ando’s editioned sculptures resemble enlarged toy cartoon characters and bear the names SumoCat, Samurai Cat, UrbanCat, and RobotCat. They’re mainly monochrome and glossy, a few are enrobed in rhinestones or hand-painted. Ando’s work is the creative fruit of Japanese mass culture. adsense ban . His cat figures are reminiscent of maneki-neko (literally, “beckoning cat”), a ubiquitous Japanese cultural icon symbolizing good luck; maneki-neko figurines can be found in nearly every souvenir store and restaurant in Japan. Ando’s cats also resemble a masculine version of Hello Kitty, another emblematic feline character that originated in Japan. Ando’s work shares the neo-pop spirit of Jeff Koons’s balloon dog figurines and Takashi Murakami’s “otaku” sculptures, though Ando’s sculptures do not convey the overt eroticism and darkness that much of Koons’ and Murakami’s work do. Ando expresses a lighter side of neo-pop, highlighting that contemporary art can be both fun and have wide appeal“ Makiko Whole – Publications Coordinator at The Museum of Modern Art New York , New York?


Asking Price8,000 EUR-

About The Artist

With a practice spanning across several mediums, Hiro Ando is widely known for his sculptural work that merges Japanese tradition and modern culture.Read More

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