Open workshop using earthquake damaged wood: ‘Wooden Horse Making’

Small wooden horses were made with wood from trees in Minamisanriku,
Miyagi damaged by the earthquake.Materials were provided by a lumber mill in Miyagi.
Leather and cloth were used for the mane, and thumbtacks for the eyes.
The workshop was open for all ages, from small children to adults.

■ Dates: July 28 – 29, 2012 (Sat – Sun)

■ Venue: Minato City Eco-plaza

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Audrey Fondecave

Audrey Fondecave :
Artist. Born in France.
Currently residing in Tokyo, holding exhibitions in Europe and Japan.
Also works as an art director for various fashion brands.Picture books ‘Dans la Peau d’Âne’,
‘grain-d’aile’ and exhibition catalogues ‘LE MUSÉE DES HISTOIRES’ and ‘ROTATIONS DISCRETES’.

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Junya Sakumoto

Junya Sakumoto :
Born in 1975. Joined TRICO INTERNATIONAL in 2005 following graduation from Tama Art University Faculty of Art and Design,
Setsu Mode Seminar, and experience in interior retail. Went solo in 2009 and established ‘sakumotto’.
Fields of work include art, design direction, interior paint curating, project development, sales, wholesale, product MD,
PR, etc. Manages gallery & shop ‘sakumotto’, ‘sakumotto online store’, and ‘HAPPA Gallery’.