Jul 23
~
Jul 24

Tokyo Art Tank Vol. 4

11:00am – 9:00pm
Free

A new generation of Tokyo underground artists have redeveloped the foundations of the avant-garde, and for one weekend only their creative works are on display.

The art is viewable from the street and from inside the gallery; thus the title “Tokyo Art Tank”.

It is recommended that you wear a mask when visiting the gallery.

Artworks for sale: All paintings, prints and other artwork is for sale. TAT showings always sell out,  please visit the gallery early to acquire work.

Artists:

  • The Spilt Ink – @thespiltink
  • Ponzi
  • Dali
  • Jay Holmes
  • Miki Meguro
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