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The Japanese group show ‘Tokyo love’ opened on friday night at Strychnins Berlin Gallery. The show features a collection of Japanese inspired artists from around the world. Japanese art has a reputation for being clean and elegant as well traditional in both method and style. ‘Tokyo love’ explores the amalgamation of tradition and the modern contrasts of todays Japanese pop culture.
The show will run until October 3rd so you still have plenty of time to drop by and check out this great show.
Artists include: Nanami Cowdroy, Hush, Nishi, Shohei Otomo, Guy McKinley, Imaone, Xiao Bao, Tom Kristensen, Brian Horton.
Click here to view the full ‘Tokyo Love’ Inventory
Neko by Nishi. The framing of Both Nishi’s pieces is amazing. You really have to see them in person to appreciate the detail and workmanship but in to these pieces.
One of Nanami Conwdroy’s amazing prints titled ‘Mungen’ These are a very high quality Giclee print from an extremely low edition of only 8. We were lucky enough to recieve numbers 1/8 of two of her pieces.
Admiring the amazing detail of one of Nanami’s digitally engraved skateboard decks.