Chim↑Pom "Chim↑Pom Exhibition"

Parco Museum

poster for Chim↑Pom "Chim↑Pom Exhibition"

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Chim↑Pom is a Japanese art collective whose works are known for their strong social messages, including a painting depicting the Dai-ichi nuclear accident in Fukushima added to Taro Okamoto's famous mural "Myth of Tomorrow" installed in Shibuya station, as well as a curated show of socially engaged art at the Watari-um Museum. This is their first large-scale solo show, details of which will not be released until the opening. It will unfurl not only in the Parco Museum, but also within the building itself.

[Image: © 2012 Chim↑Pom/PARCO]


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From 2012-09-22 To 2012-10-14





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