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Vision of the World: Between Real and Surreal

A vision of the world through the eyes of Naomi. Europe, Latin America, the U.S. and Japan alternate each other in visions between real and surreal, reinterpreting nature and city. A feast of vivid colors and renewed forms.

Some works are created during the exhibition, and artworks/photographed Space(for example Gellery space) are also created to portray other transreal spaces.
"Exhibition on August 2010" !
The last exhibition:

Exhibition August 14-15, 2010 (Finished)

Exhibition August 14-15, 2010 (Finished) 
Depend on time..the combination of intentional people,art,
music created New and Unexpected Space. 
Thank you so much again for all participants!


Some works are created during the exhibition, and artworks/photographed Space are also created to portray other transreal spaces.

Transreal Space Project result  :Created images (Samples).
Gallery View (the gallery is in MINKA: Japanese traditional house)
Exhibited Photos

Next exhibition : August 14-15, 2010

Flyer(download)

Next Exhibiton     "Vision of the World: Between Real and Surreal" at Minka/ Japanese traditional house by Transreal Space Project. ・Dates/Time: August 14-15, 2010 (Sat/Sun) (Open 12:00-17:00) ・Place : Culture school + Art galery / Japanese traditional house: Minka "English Kichen Stories " http://englishkitchenstories.blogspot.com/ ・The gallery/culture space located to Saiin, Kyoto (with google map: from JR kyoto station to Hankyu Saiin Station)
・Participant fee: 500yen for visiting gallery including snack and soft drink. English/French/Dutch/Swedish/Japanese...etc. are spoken in the gallery/cultural space.
・The gallery is located to  quiet resident area, and event is "not" sort of big party.. this time,so if you have interest in Art /cultural exchanges, a gallery /cultural space itself ; Japanese traditional resident area "not touristic place", it would be interesting to stop by. Artists are also very welcomed to participant for exchangin…