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Kumi Contemporary at Moniker Art Fair Oct 15-18 Kumi...


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Takashi Murakami


Hush


Chiho Aoshima


Hush


Takashi Murakami


Chiho Aoshima



Kumi Contemporary at Moniker Art Fair Oct 15-18

Kumi Contemporary will be participating in the Moniker Art Fair 2015 on the 15-18th October, 2015 at the Old Truman Brewery, Brick Lane, London. The Moniker Art Fair offers thousands of Londoners the opportunity to enjoy the events of London’s prestigious Art Week. This year, Kumi Contemporary is excited to join the fair & will be showcasing a wonderful collection of works by Takashi Murakami, Chiho Aoshima & Hush.

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