Kengo Kito

Using mundane, everyday ready-made materials such as hula-hoops, shampoo bottles and scarfs, Kengo Kito (b. 1977) incorporates effects of color, reflections by mirror and glitter, and motorized spinning and circulation, across various media from photographs, paintings, and sculptures, to large-scale installations. Kito’s work evokes our contemporary sense of artificial colors, proliferation of organic life and […]


Using mundane, everyday ready-made materials such as hula-hoops, shampoo bottles and scarfs, Kengo Kito (b. 1977) incorporates effects of color, reflections by mirror and glitter, and motorized spinning and circulation, across various media from photographs, paintings, and sculptures, to large-scale installations. Kito’s work evokes our contemporary sense of artificial colors, proliferation of organic life and expansion of the universe.

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