Minoru Nomata, artist behind the exhibition “Unbuilt”, at White Cube art gallery in Hong Kong.
Photo: courtesy Minoru Nomata and White Cube Minoru Nomata, artist behind the exhibition “Unbuilt”, at White Cube art gallery in Hong Kong.
Photo: courtesy Minoru Nomata and White Cube
Minoru Nomata, artist behind the exhibition “Unbuilt”, at White Cube art gallery in Hong Kong. Photo: courtesy Minoru Nomata and White Cube
Art

Master of shade and shadow Minoru Nomata’s unbuilt architecture art depicts awe-inspiring imaginary structures in precise detail

  • Japanese artist paints canvases of monumental, imaginary structures without a human in sight, rendered with an architect’s accuracy
  • Amid his towers without function and fantastical follies are works inspired by a visit to Hong Kong, where a selection of his works is on show at White Cube

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Minoru Nomata, artist behind the exhibition “Unbuilt”, at White Cube art gallery in Hong Kong.
Photo: courtesy Minoru Nomata and White Cube Minoru Nomata, artist behind the exhibition “Unbuilt”, at White Cube art gallery in Hong Kong.
Photo: courtesy Minoru Nomata and White Cube
Minoru Nomata, artist behind the exhibition “Unbuilt”, at White Cube art gallery in Hong Kong. Photo: courtesy Minoru Nomata and White Cube
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