"And my first words will be your name" 2013
"I is...(viii)" 2013
"Inprofessionalist" 2014
"Postural ego" 2014
"In a shimmer of a signifier (Japanese Industrial Standard)" 2014
"Please be eager - Daddy with a princess flying in a big dark blue sky. That's all. Oops got a bit on the table. oh no it's not! now its a silly old upside down rabbit with no ears sitting on your head," 2014
"The Investment - Bad thing seen from a different perspective" 2014
"Investigation # 90 - If it's not brogue don't biscuit" 2013
"A lamp made by the artist for his wife "
"A lamp made by the artist for his wife "
"lamp made by the artist for his wife "
"Tell my mother not to worry (vi)" 2013
"Mordant wit, or Trading on being misanthropic" 2013
"Make everything like it’ s your last (Double Crown Fly Poster)" 2014
"Prototype for 'Anyone with a family is motivated by money" 2014
"Natural and conventional signs" 2014
"Imagineering" 2013

Photo by Keizo Kioku

We are pleased to announce the solo exhibition “Explorers vs Pioneers” by Ryan Gander.

Ryan Gander appropriates the art history and the system of the art world playfully, activating the imagination of the spectators and tempting them to join his own world.
Dealing with the various layers of the meaning, his body of work provides spectators the opportunity to extend their perception.
In his fifth solo exhibition at TARO NASU, Gander explores his new conceptual practice, unveiling his new pottery works and bronze sculptures.

Ryan Gander
Born in Chester, UK in 1976. Lives and works in London, Suffolk.

Recent solo exhibitions include FRAC I^le-de-France / Le Plateau (2013); Palais de Tokyo, Paris (2012); Museo Tamayo, Mexico City (2012); Haus Konstruktiv, Zurich (2010); Solomon R Guggenheim Museum, New York (2010; Ikon Gallery, Birmingham (2008); the Stedelijk Museum Bureau, Amsterdam (2007 & 2003); MUMOK, Vienna (2007) and the CCA Wattis Institute for Contemporary Arts, San Francisco (2007). He has also shown in group exhibitions such as the Shanghai Biennale (2012); documenta 13, Kassel (2012); ILLUMInations, 54th Biennale di Venezia, Venice (2011); 55th Carnegie International, Pittsburgh (2008) and the Sydney Biennial (2008). Ryan Gander has been awarded numerous prestigious prizes, among others the Zu¨rich Art Prize (2009), the ABN Amro Art Price (2006), the Baloise Art Statements of the Art Basel (2006) and the Dutch Prix de Rome for sculpture (2003).