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Modern Japanese Art to be Displayed in Khabarovsk
11.07.2017 18:07
Modern Japanese Art to be Displayed in Khabarovsk

The exhibition "Winter Garden: the Study of Micro-Pop Imagination in Contemporary Japanese Art will be opened at the Far Eastern Art Museum on July 14.

      
Khabarovsk dwellers and tourists will see works of art by contemporary Japanese artists, who are exploring mass pop culture and using its codes.

      
Visitors to the Far Eastern Art Museum will see paintings, graphic art, installations, video art and various interactive objects. In total, 35 works by fourteen Japanese artists will be brought to the capital city of the Khabarovsk Territory of the RF. By means of art they respond to the global issues of this time.

      
The exhibition will run till August 6, admission free for all comers.


Sources: https://vostokmedia.com 

Author: Vera Ivanova

Tags: Khabarovsk Art Exhibitions    

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