Back in March, Sorayama Hajime SORAYAMA “SURFER” sculpture was revealed HERE. Another chance will be made available to own one when the SURFER Sculpture and Sorayama Explosion Exhibition by Sorayama Hajime x Lane Crawford will be presented at the NANZUKA Gallery.
Hajime Sorayama’s solo show will be shown in
Japan NANZUKA Gallery
It is a wonderful chance to see Mr. Sorayama’s whole new artworks this time in the gallery!
If you miss Lane Crawford – Sorayama’s art sculpture last time
you will not want to miss it again this time!
APPortfolio is going to release NEW art sculpture
Sorayama Classic Robot SURF
On July 7th,
very few art sculptures will be the sale in the gallery as well as pre-ordered online at the same time at https://apportfolio.shoplineapp.com/. If you miss this time, you will NOT be able to have another chance again!
About the Exhibition
The artist displayed for the third time in the gallery. This exhibition will showcase Sorayama’s new human sculpture and new artworks Including the “Metropolis” tribute made by Fritz Lang in 1972.
This art piece is one of the goddesses of the Sorayama sexy robot series.
The artist’s opening ceremony will be held on Saturday, July 7th.
Lane Crawford collaborated with Japanese illustrator Sorayama to present this sculpture, depicting a robotic surfer to bring surreal vibes into your space – LANE CRAWFORD
Japanese illustrator is known for his precisely detailed, erotic portrayals of feminized, biomechanoid robots, and his design work on the original Sony AIBO robotic “pet”. He describes his highly detailed style as “superrealism”, which he says “deals with the technical issue of how close one can get to one’s object.” – Wiki
Like many ‘bots’ that preceded her, Sorayama considers all of them as kindred spirits. “I paint all my works as my children,” says the artist. While current style is fascinated by ‘girl next door’ figures, Sorayama is a champion of fantasy goddesses. The image maker, who first began drawing pin-ups as a schoolboy also created the templates for Sony’s first Robotic pet, Aibo, the first mass-produced AI robot. He has printed a slew of books including Sexy Robot (1983) that have won him a fanatic following around the world. Icons considered, we think Rolls Royce’s Spirit of Ecstasy would make a very good match with our Surfer Girl. – Sorayama Hajime x LANE CRAWFORD
- Global exclusive
- Limited edition of 500 pieces
- Surfer motif
- Length 48cm / Depth 50cm / Height 52cm
Opening hours: 11:00-19:00
Sunday, Monday and Holidays: Closed
Location: NANZUKA Gallery
Opening Ceremony: Saturday, July 7 18:00-20:00
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