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Hajime Sorayama presents his first solo show in Hong Kong


Erotic robot fetish? We can only be talking about one country, and that’s Japan. And specifically artist Hajime Sorayama, who has been fusing the female form with sci-fi tech since graduating from a Tokyo art school in 1969 and become known as a “godfather of airbrush painting.”

He has his first solo show in Hong Kong at AISHONANZUKA from September 7th through October 5th.

Soroyama’s heavily-imitated style and extensive body of work has been a huge influence throughout pop culture. His female androids have led to collaborations with Sony on their award-winning AIBO robotic pet design in the late ’90s (which was added to the permanent collections of the Smithsonian Institute and the Museum of Modern Art), Aerosmith’s Just Push Play album art in 2001, and commissions by the likes of Pepsi and Lucky Strike cigarettes to produce classic buxom beauties.

13A, Regency Center, Phase 1
39 Wong Chuk Hang Road, Aberdeen
Hong Kong

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Hajime Sorayama presents his first solo show in Hong Kong