TOKYO -- The names of Kate Thomson and Hironori Katagiri may be unfamiliar to most Tokyoites. But their work, increasingly, is not. The husband-and-wife team are among a growing body of artists bringing sculpture to the streets and public spaces of Japan’s capital.
Sculptors carve out space for their art in Japan
A tour of Tokyo highlights how big public works have -- finally -- become a vital part of the urban landscape