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June 27-Aug. 30

Rather than follow the Western standard of figurative sculpture and representing the entire body, Katsura Funakoshi — one of Japan’s most renowned sculptors — prefers to create and focus on the details of upper torsos. Since the 1990s, Funakoshi has worked on variant forms of the human torso, often with unusual omissions or additions, such as limbs without hands or two-headed figures.

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