Leandro Erlich: Seeing and Believing

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Visitors to Kanazawa's 21st Century Museum of Contemporary Art will be familiar with 'Swimming Pool', one of the dozens of large-scale, optical illusion-based works for which Argentinian contemporary artist Leandro Erlich has become famous. This master of the tricky, playful and unexpected has now conquered Roppongi's Mori Museum with 44 representative works, 80 percent of which are being displayed in Japan for the first time. Photography is allowed in front of most of the pieces, so get ready to boost your Instagram cred with some truly outside-the-box imagery.

Note that due to popular demand, the exhibition opening hours have changed: it will now be open from 9am Saturday & Sunday for the last two weeks of its run. 

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