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Franz von Bayros & Alphonse Inoue at Vanilla Gallery, Tokyo

Posted in Belletristica, Erotica, Exhibitions / Openings / Signings, Eyecandy, Illustration, Interna by Suzanne on February 5th, 2011 | BBC Wikipedia

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Ex-libris of Sweet Snail by Franz von Bayros, ca. 1900 - click to enlarge

With my knowledge of Japanese being sadly close to nada, I'm not sure I got all the information about this Ex Libris exhibition at Vanilla Gallery in Tokyo right and I do believe that it actually closes today, i.e. has already closed by the time I post this, so please do correct me if certain details are wrong and the show is still running.

What I think I did gather is that works by Franz von Bayros (top) and Alphonse Inoue (bottom) are/were on show and that alone is epic enough to grab my attention.


© Alphonse Inoue - click to enlarge

Address: Vanilla Gallery, 2nd Kamata Bld.4F, 6-10-10 Ginza Chuo-ku Tokyo, Japan | Map

Gallery hours: Mon - Fri: 12 – 7 PM, Sat: 12 - 5 PM

Preview show

Discuss on the WurzelForum: Alphonse InoueFranz von Bayros

In other exciting news, old WurzelFavourite® Chris Ryniak is currently posting daily sketches of his works over on his blog Eat the Future which make his insane genius even more apparent.

Go check it out, yo!

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2 comments to " Franz von Bayros & Alphonse Inoue at Vanilla Gallery, Tokyo "

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    Ex Nihil Nihilo says:

    The exhibit at Vanilla Gallery was small but exquisite. Your excellently written blog is my number one source for art news. Thank you very much for your invaluable work! If you needed support with Japanese translations I would be glad to help you out. Best greetings.

    February 7th, 2011 at 9:54 am

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    Suzanne says:

    Thank you for the words of support and praise - they mean so so much to me!

    I will be in touch if I need translations forsho!

    Lots of love,

    x

    - S.

    April 20th, 2011 at 4:47 pm

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