Lisson Gallery re-opens East Hampton space for second year with works by Masaomi Yasunaga
29 March 2021
Lisson Gallery’s space in East Hampton will return for a second year on April 1, 2021, opening with an introduction to the work of the avant-garde Japanese ceramicist, Masaomi Yasunaga. This marks the gallery’s first show with Yasunaga, as well as the artist’s premiere on the East Coast. Featuring new and recent works, displayed on a bed of gravel, the exhibition illustrates the development of the artist’s practice. With his highly adventurous production methods, Yasunaga offers a re-evaluation of ceramic traditions and potential.
Lisson Gallery’s East Hampton space will continue its focused format featuring both influential, historical artworks and debuting new bodies of work in an experimental, intimate setting. Following the Masaomi Yasunaga exhibition in April, the gallery will offer presentations by Roy Colmer, Leon Polk Smith, Ceal Floyer, Laure Prouvost, Sean Scully and Allora & Calzadilla, among others. The gallery will be open to the public each week from Thursday through Sunday, 11am to 4pm.
Read more about the exhibition and Masaomi Yasunaga here.