Forms and Patterns – Hideaki and Ryoichi Suzuki in Tokyo

Lao-tze once identified a concept that he referred to as “the usefulness of the useless”. There may be no obvious functionality to something, and yet its abstractness reveals a fundamental sense of the ever-changing, ever-moving and ever-wondrous natural world. This aptly describes the work of two brothers who recently exhibited their works in the Nihonbashi Mitsukoshi Art Gallery, one of the oldest and most respected galleries in Tokyo, Japan.