David Lynch: Chaos Theory of Violence and Silence
A chain-smoking meditator, a singer, a coffee junkie turned coffee-maker, who also happened to be one of the greatest movie directors of all time, David Lynch, above everything else, is an artist. Ranging from photographs and watercolors to short films and multilayered large scale works, expertly curated Chaos Theory of Violence and Silence at Laforet Museum Harajuku, gives a full scope of just how insanely gifted the artist really is. It's all there, the whole freak show of deformed humans, oddness and violence sprinkled with blood you'd expect to see, but no matter how dark Lynch's imagery gets his deadly, eye-watering sense of humour just keeps on peering through.
The exhibition is supported by Dom Pérignon, which has recently released a limited edition Lynch designed Dom Pérignon Vintage 2003 and Dom Pérignon Rosé Vintage 2000. One more please. Clink. Through December 2nd.