Jimmy Owenns "Lien"

Yamamoto Gendai

poster for Jimmy Owenns "Lien"

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This exhibition is part of the series of "Paris-Tokyo: Upground, Foreign Seeds" events commemorating the 150th anniversary of Franco-Japanese friendship. Yamamoto Gendai is holding an exhibition of the works of Jimmy Owenns.
Born in Rouen in 1981, Owenns sees him/herself as "an artist without sexual identity." His/her first work, "The Photographic Diary," took the form of an intimate interactive journal that included more than 60000 photographs taken over a year. Intimate, no doubt, and yet Owenns's work also sowed the seeds of trouble. A doubt probably internal, like his/her use of the ambiguous to meddle with clearly defined paths.
This exhibition features chairs tied up in Serial Bondage installations and a set of drawings for these same works, addressing his/her search for an identity.

Other exhibitions:
Alain Delorme/ Gallery 360°
Francoise Petrovitch/ Gallery Teo, Omotesando Celine Boutique B1 Gallery
Corinne Sentou/ Cartier Minami-Aoyama
Natacha Lesueur/ Van Cleef & Arpels Ginza

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From 2008-10-28 at 17:30 To 2008-11-08

Opening Reception on 2008-10-28 from 17:30 to 19:00

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Jimmy Owenns

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