11 December 2012
Mariko Mori, 'Tom Na H-Iu II', 2006 Glass, stainless steel, LED, real time control system, 450 x 156.3 x 74.23 cm. Courtesy of Mariko Mori Studio Inc. © Mariko Mori. Photo: Richard Learoyd. 6.30–8.30pm
6 Burlington Gardens
One of the most visible Japanese artists in the international art world, Mariko Mori is a video and
photographic artist. Her works often juxtapose Eastern philosophy with Western culture; pop culture with traditional Japanese identity. Through computer-generated photographs and large scale multi-media installations, she has produced renowned art pieces, exhibited across the globe and featured in the most prestigious collections including the Guggenheim and Museum of Modern Art, New York.
This exhibition will be a landmark for the Royal Academy - the most significant show to be housed in 6 Burlington
Gardens since the Royal Academy reclaimed use of
the building in March 2012.
Silver, Gold & Platinum Patrons are invited to attend 4, 6 or all ORs respectively
Book on 020 7300 5885 or by filling in the form below: