Sound of Waves

3rd Jun–1st Sep, 2019 11:00am – 8:00pm
Sound of Waves
Photo by Michela Picchi / Masanori Ushiki courtesy of POCKO Japan

Pocko Japan is proud to present the group exhibition, Sound of Waves, featuring internationally renowned Japanese and European artists from a range of multi-disciplinary backgrounds.
Echoing a longstanding Pocko tradition of prolific collaborations, a handpicked unique selection of
photographers, painters, illustrators and animators have been united to work together in creating new artworks that reflect the emotions of adventure, exploration and freedom.

A world dominated by technology and social media which ironically renders the individual more isolated than ever before was the motivation behind Sound of Waves. Our solution was to pair up artists in a ‘creative blind date’ to create a dialogue where new artworks—collaboration between strangers, show how artistic connections can fuel growth and fruitful ideas through the merging of creative energies.

There will be an opening recption on June 9th from 5pm – 9pm so drop in to meet the artists and learn more about the project.

Dates: 3rd Jun–1st Sep, 2019
Start/End Time: 11:00am – 8:00pm
Venue: Park Hotel Tokyo
Entry: Free
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Access: 200 m from Shiodome Station Oedo Line (E19)Yurikamome (U2)
343 m from Shinbashi Station Ginza Line (G8)Asakusa Line (A10)Yurikamome (U1)Yamanote Line (JY29)Tokaido Line (JT1)Yokosuka Line (JO2)Keihin-Tōhoku Line (JK24)Jōban Line (JJ2)
0.7 km from Tsukijishijo Station Oedo Line (E18)
Area: Shiodome
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