A Growing Pile of Mail: “All the Best” at Wako Works of Art

TAB covers the growth of an instruction-based artwork by Nina Beier and Marie Lund on show at Wako Works of Art.

poster for Nina Beier + Marie Lund

Nina Beier + Marie Lund "A Circular Play"

at Wako Works of Art
in the Roppongi, Nogizaka area
This event has ended - (2008-06-13 - 2008-07-19)

In Photo Reports by Darryl Jingwen Wee 2008-06-20

“All mail sent to the gallery during the exhibition is let unopened by the door.” This simple instruction lies behind the photos you will see over the next few weeks. Every week during the exhibition period, TAB will add a new photo to this report showing how this pile of mail has grown. You can read a full feature on this exhibition here.

Week one: at the exhibition opening on June 13

Week two: as seen on June 21

Week three: as seen on June 27

Week four: as seen on July 5

Week five: as seen on July 12

Week six: as seen on July 19, the last day of the exhibition

Darryl Jingwen Wee

Darryl Jingwen Wee. Born and raised in Singapore, Darryl graduated from Harvard College in 2006 with a BA in French, and currently works as a writer, translator and interpreter based in Tokyo. He edits and translates TAB event listings and writes about art, architecture and food for WSJ, Art Asia Pacific, Artforum.com, Bauwelt, Paper Sky and Singapore Architect. » See other writings


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