MAM PROJECT 013:Katerina Seda 27 November (Sat), 2010 - 27 February (Sun), 2011 Mori Art Museum, 53F [Gallery 1]

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About the Exhibition

Czech artist Katerina Seda (born 1977) is interested in small things in daily life that appear either problematic or obvious. She runs projects in which she proposes games involving members of her family or people from small villages. These humorous projects often serve to encourage communication between people and they can also result in real solutions to problems. Seda has rapidly gained a reputation in Europe and the United States and this will be the first time she exhibits work in Japan.

Organizer: Mori Art Museum Logo:Czech Centre Tokyo
In Association with: The Embassy of the Czech Republic in Japan
Grant from: Czech Centre Tokyo
Venue: Mori Art Museum 53F Roppongi Hills Mori Tower, 6-10-1 Roppongi, Minato-ku, Tokyo 106-6150

Admission: Adult: ¥1,500
University/Highschool student: ¥1,000
Child (4 years to Junior Highschool student): ¥500
*Ticket also valid for "Odani Motohiko" and Tokyo City View Observation Deck (excludes Sky Deck).

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*Notice Regarding Photography in the Galleries

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