Jun 25
~
Jun 30

Transitions

10:00am – 9:00pm
Free

A collection of 24 international and Japanese artists present Transitions, an exhibition exploring states of change. Covering a range of motifs, the artists explore mysticism, anxiety, storytelling, body modification, the passing of time, anthropomorphism and much more. Our artists utilize a variety of mediums to develop their ideas. Expect to encounter oil painting, illustrations, sculpture, ikebana, photography, and mixed media works.

There will be an opening reception on Friday the 28th from 7pm – 9pm and an artists’ talk on Sunday the 30th from 3pm to 5pm followed by a closing party until 7pm. The exhibition is completely free and we will have a wide variety of prints, postcards and other art merchandise for sale. The venue is located in Higashi-Nihonbashi, a bustling neighborhood near Nihonbashi. It is home to more than 25 galleries and artistic spaces so it is a great area to explore local arts and culture.

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