Peering into the Goldfish Bowl

Keiichi Tanaami works in animation, painting, and sculpture. Goldfish are a common motif in all of these media. Tokyo Art Beat talked to Tanaami before the opening of his exhibition “Daydream” at Nazuka Gallery to learn why goldfish play such an important role in his work.

poster for Keiichi Tanaami

Keiichi Tanaami "Daydream"

at Nanzuka
in the Shibuya area
This event has ended - (2007-10-27 - 2007-12-23)

In Interviews TAB Video by Kevin Mcgue 2007-11-20

Kevin Mcgue

Kevin Mcgue. Kevin Mcgue has been hanging around Tokyo since 2000. Among the obsessions that have kept him in Japan so long are fashion, urban photography, Japanese Showa culture, world cinema, robots, architecture, street music, plastic food samples, and obscure museums and galleries. He writes about these obsessions at Tokyo Street Report. » See other writings

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