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"Crisis and Modern Art Manner" curated by Taro Chiezo

Tokyo Wonder Site is pleased to announce the group show curated by Taro Chiezo at Kunstraum Kreuzberg/Bethanien in Berlin, Germany as a part of Berlin- Tokyo Exchange Residency Program 2011.

The exhibition is entitled  "Crisis and Modern Art Manner" which is included four artists who used strong relationships to Tokyo: Taro Chiezo, Jarg Geismar, Kengo Kito, and Mamoru Tsukada. Taro Chiezo curate this exhibition from his experience of the Great East Japan Earthquake and all after effects of the crisis. This experience gave him an opportunity to think about our civilization in conceptualized. Chiezo said  "When a crisis of our modern civilization, I rediscover Power of Art.  Especially on mid 20 century Modern Art. "

Venue: Tokyo Wonder Site Residency Program Berlin
            Room 139  Kunstquartier Bethanien, Mariannenplatz 2,
            10997 Berlin

Exhibition period: November 25 (Fri.)-December 16 (Fri.)
Open: Friday & Saturday  15:00 - 18:00
          or / by appointment 030-90298-1455 (Kunstraum)
Admission: Free
Artists: Taro Chiezo, Jarg Geismar, Kengo Kito, and Mamoru Tsukada.

Chiezo Taro; Born in 1962, Tokyo, Japan and graduated from New York University, Tisch School of the Arts in 1984. His major solo shows including IMAGINARY MUSEUM of the O-collection - magical museum tour Room 5"Chiezo Taro - Posthuman artist" TWS Hongo, Tokyo, Japan, "Two Towers Phantom above Buildings, Mountain, and Water," at Dai-ichi Life Gallery (2008), and  "Amoras Project " at Fuchu Art Museum, Tokyo (2002) and group exhibitions including "Human Figure 20 Century," Gunnma Museum of Art, Tatebayashi, Japan (2008), "Magical Art Life," TWS Shibuya, Tokyo, Japan(2007)