Artist collectivehas Chim↑Pom has continuously released works that fully intervene in contemporary society with strong social messages. Their exhibition “PAVILION” is held at Taro Okamoto Memorial Museum.
It has been two years since the execution of the guerrilla act “Level 7 feat. ‘Myth of Tomorrow'” in 2011. The picture depicting the Fukushima Daiichi Nuclear Power Plant explosion was being put underneath the permanent exhibited mural by Taro Okamoto, “Myth of Tomorrow” in Shibuya station. The show “PAVILION” had obtained it’s form as an official collaboration with the museum, which is Taro’s ex-studio/residence. All pieces except “Level 7 feat. ‘Myth of Tomorrow'” are newly made. And especially, the miraculous piece crowned the title of the exhibition, “PAVILION,” is a must see collaborative work with the museum which is using Taro Okamoto’s remaining bone.
Date: March 30th – July 28th, 2013
Opening hours: 10:00 – 18:00
Closed on Tuesday
Entrance free: Adult 600JPY, Children under 12 300JPY
Place: Taro Okamoto Museum
Address: 6-1-19 Minami-Aoyama Minatoku Tokyo 107-0062
Tel: +81 03 3406 0801
Text: Satsuki Miyanishi