Recently closed - Tomokazu Matsuyama: The Future Is Always Bright at Frey Norris. Tomokazu's work is instantly appealing and has a depth that goes way beyond "superflat" (even though he manufactures his sculptures at the same place Takashi Murakami does). He gleefully melds references to ancient wall scrolls and classical painting compositions with a thoroughly contemporary cheekiness, not shying away from bodily functions or a splash of spray paint here and there. For the Frey Norris show he even laid down diagonal strips of colored carpet on the floor, giving the gallery a cozy living room feel. Matsuyama doesn't just push boundaries; he dissolves them into one another and lets the hues run together.