Japan Nuclear Disaster Inspires ChimPom

Jeremy Sutton-Hibbert has a photo collection of the art collective Chimpom’s new exhibit ‘Turning Around’ at the Watarium Art Gallery in Tokyo, Japan.

The group has been behind a number of well known art actions including the pointing man seen on camera at Fukushima Daiichi and their addition to the painting “Myth of Tomorrow” at the Shibuya train station. (ChimPom on the train station exhibit)

Images from the new exhibit can be found on Jeremy Sutton-Hibbert’s website.

ChimPom http://chimpom.jp
Jeremy Sutton-Hibbert http://jeremysuttonhibbert.photoshelter.com/

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