Matthias Schaller + Stephen Dean + Toshihiro Yashiro Exhibition

Tokyo Wonder Site, Shibuya

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Tokyo Wonder Site Shibuya will present a collection of works produced by artists-in-residence Matthias Schaller and Stephen Dean as the culmination of the TWS Aoyama: Creators-in-Residence program this spring. Schaller and Dean were invited to Tokyo as part of TWS's Invited Artists Program on the recommendations of international creators and curators.
For this exhibition Schaller, endorsed by curator and art critic Germano Celant, will present one of his latest series, Purple Desks (2004-2007), which shows the Cardinal's office in the Roman Curia of the Vatican. Dean, endorsed by artist Vik Muniz, will present miniature videos of crowds and watercolors realized during his residency. Concurrently, TWS will hold the series exhibition "TEAM" (Tokyo Wonder Site Emerging Artists on Mezzanine). This time, Toshihiro Yashiro was selected to show his new works, "Kaitenkai" and "Time Traveler".

-Opening Reception
Date & Time: 4/12 (Sat) 18:00-20:00
Admission free (reservation not required)

-Gallery Talk
Matthias Schaller, Stephen Dean and Toshihiro Yashiro will explain their concepts and artistic processes in person while standing in front of their works at the site. With Japanese-English interpretation.
Date & Time: April 13th (Sun) 16:00-17:00
Admission free (reservation not required)

[Image: Matthias Schaller "Purple Desks Series: Vatican Secret Archives" (2004-2007) Photograph]

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From 2008-04-12 To 2008-06-15
Closed Mondays (except on Public Holidays) and May 7th (Wed). Open May 6th (Tue). Might be closed from May 10th (Sat) through May 17th (Sat).

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