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Japanese 80’s Generation Artists, Andrew James, Shanghai

Posted by artradar on June 28, 2008


Exhibition Title: “If You’re Happy, Clap Your Hands”

Artists born in the 80’s are called the “Jelly Generation” in China referencing both their material wealth and their mentality. This is a group exhibition of Japanese ‘”Jelly generation” artists from the 80’s , who express their creativity in a fantastic, ironic and sweet way. Their artworks allow us to realize that happiness cannot be found in materialism but is always around us. Why don’t we clap our hands together?

Artists: Miyuki Akiyama, david, Ikumi Nagasawa, Ai Ryumon, Osamu Watanabe, Yu Yasuda
Dates: The exhibition runs from the 28th June – 27th July 2008, open Tuesday to Sunday 11am-7pm.

Image details: Artist Osamu Watanabe         Source:


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