Anton Kusters: Yakuza

AO Vertical Art Space, Hong Kong

 

“It’s hard. It’s scary. I’m slowly learning, little by little trying to understand this Japanese way. But it feels like I’ll never fully comprehend.”
– Anton Kusters

Anton Kusters was born in Belgium in 1974. After obtaining a Master’s degree in Political Philosophy at the University of Louvain, he studied Photography at STUK and at the Academy of Fine Arts in Hasselt, Belgium. In 2001 he started a web and graphic design company. Anton Kusters’ desire to collaborate with other artists and helping young talent resulted in Burn Magazine, a magazine dedicated to the Emerging Photographer Grant he founded together with David Alan Harvey. Currently Kusters is working on a long term conceptual project to never forget the Holocaust and its heavens above, and on a documentary project about finding where one belongs.

Special event: Sat, 7 December 2013, 3pm – 4pm | Artist Talk by Anton Kusters On this exhibition and his book Odo Yakuza Tokyo, moderated by Sarah Greene

  • Artists:
    Anton Kusters
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  • Open:
    Thursday, 05 December 2013
  • Close:
    Saturday, 25 January 2014
  • Address:
    3-13\/F Asia One Tower, 8 Fung Yip Street, Chai Wan, Hong Kong
  • Mail:
     service@aovertical.com
  • Phone:
    +852 6100 1295
  • Web:
    AO Vertical Art Space
  • Opening hour:
    Mon – Sat | 9am – 6pm
  • Closing day:
    Sun
  • Photo credits:
    1. A Piece of Me, Kabukicho, Tokyo 2010, © Anton Kusters.jpg; 2. Souichirou, Tokyo 2009, © Anton Kusters; 3. Waiting for Godfather, Kabukicho, Tokyo 2009, © Anton Kusters. Courtesy of AO Vertical Art Space. 4. Eye of the Beholder, Niigata 2009, © Anton Kusters; 5. Our Streets, Kabukicho, Tokyo 2009, © Anton Kusters;

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