Yoskay Yamamoto Displays Massive "Submerged" Sculptures at Times Square in Hong Kong

Yoskay Yamamoto Displays Massive "Submerged" Sculptures at Times Square in Hong KongPhoto via ArrestedMotion

Times Square in Hong Kong has new temporary art in the form of Yoskay Yamamoto's "Submerged" sculptures. The sculptures were installed recently as a part of an exhibition Yamamoto has at the busy hub. Two large heads are surrounded by smaller heads in a courtyard of the building, while much smaller sculptures sit on display alongside some of the LA-based artist's paintings. For more photos of the installation, visit ArrestedMotion, but first check out the video below and watch the artist carving a few of the smaller "Submerged" sculptures:

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