Tadashi’s Kawamata’s staircase at Annely Juda Fine Art

Tadashi KawamataTadashi Kawamata has built a spiral staircase out of scrap and reclaimed wood inside the Annely Juda Gallery. It spans four floors, but counts as fairly small scale compared to some of his other works, in which he’s built massive constructions that attach themselves to the sides of classical buildings like mad wasp nests. It’s an unusual approach, and rather fun. Continue reading

Taku Aramasa and Yoshishige Saito at Annely Juda Fine Art

Yoshishige SaitoIn my search for Japanese artists showing in London it’s always exciting to come across an exhibition at one of the big west end galleries. So you can imagine how I felt when I discovered that Annely Juda Fine Art were showing not one but two Japanese artists. Their work forms a fascinating contrast: Yoshishige Saito is an abstract sculptor in the Constructivist mould while Taku Aramasa is a photographer with a special method of printing his work. Continue reading