Just in case you didn’t know already: Kenji Yanobe is back.

At the time of this writing, Yanobe is in the inaugural show at Shiseido Corp.’s sparkling new Ginza art space; is featured prominently in the Nippon Contemporary Art Fair at the Tokyo International Forum and the “Gift of Hope” group show at the Museum of Tokyo; and has just opened at the respected Roentgen Kunstraum Gallery in Aoyama. Not much has been heard from the one-time art superstar in the last few years — but this spring in Tokyo, Yanobe is bigger even than Anne Daems.

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