“Bedroom” is the third in a series of exhibitions showing art works alongside contemporary furniture from B&B Italia, BALS TOKYO and Luminabella. Co-ordinated by designer Tomoko Ikegai of ikg, the show capitalizes on the current popularity of design to promote Art Front Gallery’s concept of opening contemporary art to society.

Less ambitious than other Art Front projects, “ART/ROOM — Bedroom” is simply intended to inspire dreams. Tomohiro Yamaguchi’s energetic wood sculpture and Mayumi Morino’s dramatic heatgraphs burned into wax-soaked paper may not be conducive to sleep, but the prints and paintings by Hirotoshi Sakaguchi, Yuka Nakamura, Riera y Arago, Jaume Amigo and Noriko Fuse have a more subliminal effect.

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