Wednesday, March 30, 2011

PUZZLE PROJECT at KIX & PUZZLE PROJECT Earthquake Charity Exhibition

One of the most interesting people I've met in Japan is artist Takashi Inaba. As well as making his own art, Mr. Inaba also puts together projects by groups of artists. The ongoing PUZZLE PROJECT is a good example. Luckily, you can check out 2 PUZZLE PROJECT exhibitions in April & May. The first is PUZZLE PROJECT in KIX (Kansai International Airport), which is pictured above. Don't forget to look for it ion the 4th floor if you're passing through the airport in the next couple of months.

Since the big earthquake in Tohoku, Mr. Inaba has been thinking about ways he can help. He's holding a special PUZZLE PROJECT Charity Exhibition at his bar Uni Pon Pon Kau Kau in Umeda, Osaka. The exhibition will run from now until Sunday, May 8th. Money raised by the exhibition will be donated to victims of the earthquake through the Japanese Red Cross Society.
Click Here for Map to Uni Pon Pon Kau Kau

By the way, Mayumi & I both have pieces in the PUZZLE PROJECT in KIX exhibition...

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