Puzzle Project 2008 - Osaka and London
Puzzle project comes to the UK!
Started in 2005 in Osaka, the Puzzle Project is taking place again this year in Osaka at Artists Space CERO and in London at the Willesden Green Art Centre. Puzzle Project is managed by Osaka-based artists, Takashi Inaba and Atsushi Takamatsu. The project began in 2005 and it is intended that it should run annually in various venues in Japan and abroad. Ginko Fine Art artist, Christopher McHugh, took part in the 2006 event which was held in Osaka at the two galleries of UniPon2Kau2 and Chef d'Ouvre between February and March, 2006.
The central theme of the project is international exchange and last year's event attracted about 70 artists. Although the majority of these were from Japan and Korea, the USA, UK, Sweden and other countries were also represented. The idea is that the Puzzle should continue to grow and be an ever-evolving piece of art, bringing together a disparate range of artists, working in a variety of media. The 2006 project incorporated printmakers, photographers, calligraphers, painters and sculptors, amongst others.
This year, the Project will be held in Osaka at Artist Space CERO from 8th until 20th September and will come to the Wall Gallery at the Willesden Green Art Centre, London, from 20th October until 12th November.
If you are interested in getting involved, please contact us for more details.
Artist Space CERO
※work in progress形式の展覧会
10.19.08 - 15.11.08
The Wall / The Gallery at Willesden Green
（Willesden Green Library Centre)
The Gallery, Willesden Green Library Centre,
95 High Road, London NW10 2SF