Roppongi Hills

three, “Tokyo’s Landscape” Part of the early viewing exhibition program

《Tokyo’s Landscape》2008

9/3(Sat) - 9/16(Fri) 10:00 - 20:00
9/17(Sat) - 9/19(Mon/Holiday) 10:00 - 22:00
* On 9/19 (Mon/Holiday) open until 18:00 only
Roppongi Hills West Walk 2nd Floor
[Participation fee]
“Tokyo's Landscape” is a work composed of the fish-shaped soy sauce bottles frequently seen in Japanese bento. The individual bottles are filled with many different colors of water and are patterned after people living in today’s world, and by assembling a huge mass of them together, the work expresses a state of crowding and its resulting behaviors. Covered in multicolored soy sauce bottles, this work reflects the rich individualities and personalities of the viewers, while simultaneously burying this diversity in the throngs of crowds.



Three individuals born in Fukushima in 1986 formed this art unit in 2009. Based out of Fukushima, they have exhibited in numerous group exhibitions both domestically and internationally, and have regularly held their solo exhibition three is a magic number since 2010. They are interested in dualities of complexly intertwined polar opposites such as “regional vs. metropolitan” and “masses vs. individual,” and continue to confront these issues with a calm yet cynical outlook.