The primary subject of Brian Pearson’s exhibition at Robin Rice Gallery in New York is the vast metropolis of Tokyo, Japan. Pearson’s images slip alluringly beneath the city’s luminous neon skin, seeking out restraint over chaos, contemplation over frenzy. Pearson, in his image titles, credits the architects who have designed his subjects as to honor their contribution to Tokyo’s contradictory nature.
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