Yuz Museum in Shanghai is currently hosting a celebratory KAWS exhibition, running through August 13. Conceived by design studio ArandaLasch, the showcase is housed in a former hanger, thus allowing the curators to take advantage of vast, wide open space.
In conjunction with KAWS, the Yuz Museum and the Modern Fort Worth, ArandaLasch presents an exhibit that is designed both for monumental display and worship, with the main display area acting as a temple of sorts. There, an illuminating ceiling resides above a large scale sculpture dubbed “Companion Passing Through.”
Follow on over to the next room and you will find various wooden sculptures and a stone wall showcasing “Chum.”
Surrounding galleries then highlight KAWS’ work across various media, ranging from black and white pieces to graffiti works and smaller collectibles.
- Source: Designboom