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Meet Nara at Hara

Wednesday, October 6, 2004 Posted: 12:36 PM JST

The Hara Museum in Tokyo is exhibiting "Yoshitomo Nara -- From the Depth of my Drawer" until October 11. The exhibition shows how Nara's mean looking little girl has evolved from a squiggle in a notebook into an icon of Japan's modern art scene. On Monday October 11 the museum organizes a closing party with the artist attending. Only 100 allowed in, first come, first served.

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