Jun 16
~
Jun 25

Dog Stories Exhibition

12:00pm – 7:00pm
Free

Just opened in Daikanyama, “Dog Stories” exhibition features three Japanese artists, all with doggie inspired themes in their work. Even if you’re not a dog lover yourself, there’s a lot to love in this exhibtion.

Riya, is a papercut artist and owner of a gigantic wolf dog, of “Ghost Dog” twitter fame; Mai Ishikawa, lithography artist; and Nao Ikuma who makes beautifully detailed etchings.

Artwork and merchandise is available to purchase, all very reasonably priced.

*Closes at 6pm on the 25th, till 7pm otherwise.

  • Etchings by Nao Ikuma
  • Papercut works by riya
  • Lithographs by Mai Ishikawa
  • Gallery
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