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Discover Vol.1

by Sophie Cullen on Jul 8, 2015 in Lifestyle
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Hong Kong-based print gallery Odd One Out will hold an exhibition curated by Miyuki Kawabe called Discover Vol.1

The gallery has asked the Japanese curator, who previously ran the independent gallery Commune in Tokyo, to select a range of contemporary works for their St. Francis Street premises. The collaboration will feature a showcase of original artworks, limited edition prints and zines from artists around the globe, all who have been featured in Commune Press publications.

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Artists featured in the exhibition will include ChieChihiro (JP), Tetsuya Yamakawa (JP), Satoshi Jimbo (JP), Luke Best (UK) and Andy Rementer (US). It is hoped that the exhibition will introduce some promising yet undiscovered artists to as many people as possible.

I left my brain at home

 

Details

Venue: Odd One Out, 14 St. Francis Street, Wanchai, Hong Kong
Date: 11 July – 9 July, 2015
Opening hours: Daily, 12 p.m. – 7:30 p.m.

For more information, visit www.oddoneout.hk

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