Koji Hatakeyama & Matthew Harris

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Thursday, 7 December 2017 to Friday, 12 January 2018

Erskine, Hall & Coe is pleased to present Koji Hatakeyama & Matthew Harris, a new exhibition comprising 45 cast bronze lidded boxes by Hatakeyama and accompanying works on paper by Harris, and running from the 7th of December 2017 through the 12th of January 2018.

Hatakeyama grew up in Takaoka, a city renowned for metal casting. He makes unpretentious cast bronze articles, particularly lidded boxes, which are not intended to necessarily be functional. He is more interested in the artistic worth of a piece, or as he has quoted, ‘every article I make should live.’ Many public collections have acquired Hatakeyama’s work, including the National Museum of Modern Art in Tokyo, the Philadelphia Museum of Art and the Victoria & Albert Museum in London.

Harris, a British artist working with paper and cloth, has created a number of pictures which will be shown alongside Hatakeyama’s sculptures. Harris has exhibited widely throughout the UK, Europe, the USA and Japan.

A catalogue accompanying this exhibition will include an essay by Emma Crichton-Miller, and the show will be fully illustrated on our website on the day it opens. The exhibition will be viewable Tuesday through Saturday, 10:00 – 18:00 and will be free to attend.

Please note that the gallery will close on the 23rd of December 2017 for Christmas, and will re-open on the 3rd of January 2018.

Title: Bric-a-Brac, Variation II
Artist: Matthew Harris
Dimension: 23 × 0 × 27 cm
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Title: Four Faces
Artist: Koji Hatakeyama
Dimension: 30.5 × 16 × 20.8 in
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Koji Hatakeyama & Matthew Harris

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020 7491 1706

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15 Royal Arcade

28 Old Bond Street

London W1S 4SP

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