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Mathis Altmann

Artists: Kenji Ide, Ayako Ohno, Koji Nakano, Mathis Altmann

Venue: Galvanize, Ishinomaki

Exhibition Title: Do Sculptors Dream of Electric Car ? (TOYOTA prius)

Curated by: XYZ collective, Tokyo

Organized by: Kaoru Arima for the Reborn-Art Festival 2017

Date: July 22 – September 10, 2017

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Koji Nakano

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Full gallery of images, press release and link available after the jump.

Images:

Group Show at Galvanize
Group Show at Galvanize
Group Show at Galvanize
Group Show at Galvanize
Group Show at Galvanize
Group Show at Galvanize
Ayako Ohno
Ayako Ohno
Group Show at Galvanize
Ayako Ohno
Ayako Ohno
Group Show at Galvanize
Group Show at Galvanize
Kenji Ide
Kenji Ide
Kenji Ide
Kenji Ide
Koji Nakano
Koji Nakano
Koji Nakano
Koji Nakano
Koji Nakano
Koji Nakano
Koji Nakano
Koji Nakano
Koji Nakano
Mathis Altmann
Mathis Altmann
Mathis Altmann
Mathis Altmann
Mathis Altmann
Mathis Altmann
Hamaguri Beach
Group Show at Galvanize
Kenji Ide
Kenji Ide
Kenji Ide
Kenji Ide
Kenji Ide
Ayako Ohno
Ayako Ohno
Ayako Ohno
Group Show at Galvanize
Group Show at Galvanize
Koji Nakano
Koji Nakano
Koji Nakano
Mathis Altmann
Group Show at Galvanize
Nasu Highland Highway Rest Stop
Group Show at Galvanize
Group Show at Galvanize
Koji Nakano

Images courtesy of XYZ collective, Tokyo

Press Release:

XYZcollective is pleased to announce “Do Sculptors Dream of Electric Car? ( Toyota Prius)“ at Galvanize Gallery, as a conjunction with Reborn-Art Festival 2017.

Dear Ishinomaki ,

We, XYZcollective, have collected ten pieces of sculptures from Tokyo and Los Angels. Then we loaded those sculptures in an electric car (Toyota Prius) and headed from Tokyo to Northern Japan. On the way, we stopped by Nasu Highland Highway rest stop and to Hamaguri (clam) Beach. Finally, we exhibited the works at Galvanize Gallery in Ishinomaki, Miyagi Prefecture .

Link: Group Show at Galvanize

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