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"Dream 2007" exhibition

From Sunday, May 27th to Saturday, June 9th I will be participating in the "Dream 2007" exhibition at Gallery Kopis in Kiyosumi-shirakawa.

#note: The gallery will be closed May 29th and June 5th#

I will have one small piece (sample on the right)displayed throughout the whole exhibition and a large piece displayed from June 3rd to June 9th.

I will be making appearances on May 27th and June 9th with more possible appearances on the 6th, 7th or 8th.

Details in Japanese:

Map (it's on the same block as exit A3, just go out the exit and follow around to the left):

If you are in the area and have any trouble finding the place, gimme a ring or mail my phone.


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