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There are just two installations in the exhibition “Robert Morris and Kishio Suga” at Blum & Poe’s fifth-floor gallery in Harajuku: Morris’ “Lead and Felt” and Suga’s “Parameters of Space.” However, there are a number of correspondences between these two artists that make their pairing engrossing and relevant.

Morris, a U.S. sculptor and conceptual artist, is associated with the development of minimal art in the 1960s and Suga with the Japanese Mono-ha group that emerged later that same decade. Mono-ha was informed by minimal art and associated movements, such as land art, so there is a history of call-and-response between the two artists.

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