Nurikabe

Tetsuo's Garage

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Nurikabe is the name of a famous spirit of Japanese folklore who takes the form of a wall. Endless and invisible, people might encounter the Nurikabe while walking along a path and suddenly be stopped in their tracks. Nurikabe can also mean plaster wall. For this exhibition artworks which were painted, drawn, collaged, photographed, and rendered three-dimensional, will all be hung on a single wall at Tetsuo’s Garage. Testuo’s Garage is neither a garage nor a gallery, it’s a building that once housed a pharmacy during Japan’s Showa era, located in the neighborhood of Yasukawa-cho, in Nikko city, not far from Toshogu Shrine. Exhibitions at Tetsuo’s Garage are organized by Anne Eastman as part of the projects and exhibitions surrounding the Artist Residency program at Troedsson Villa in Nikko, Japan.

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from August 17, 2019 to September 08, 2019
Exhibition Hours: 11:30–18:00

Opening Reception on 2019-08-17 from 14:00 to 18:00

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