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Tokyo Lights 

Beautiful: calm amid chaos.

(...) Marco Bettoni’s work becomes a beautiful example of the way we can discover traces of local culture in features of globalised culture, enriched by the artist from a certain sense of wonder in something taken for granted by locals. We may see this as the mysterious workings of what is often mistakenly dismissed as exoticism, but which is in fact a universal phenomenon, an inevitable component of the renewal of perception. (read more)

Guy Brett

London art critic, curator and writer

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