Temple University, Japan Campus (TUJ) senior art student Kimi Tang will be showcasing her artwork later this month in an exhibition entitled “Silent Voices”. Her work will highlight the state of social decay in Tokyo and will serve as conceptual commentary on the topic. You can catch her exhibition between September 19–21, 2016 from 11:00–20:00 at the Gallery Yamagoya (山小屋) in Ebisu.
About Kimi Tang:
Artist, professional designer and self-proclaimed caffeine addict, Taiwan born Kimi Tang has led a very diverse and international career. Beginning in her early high school years, Kimi found herself enthralled by world history, language and art. It wasn’t long before she was given the chance to study abroad in Shanghai, where she held her first selling exhibition at the age of 16. After leaving Shanghai, Kimi went on to pursue a B.A. in Art in Washington, USA. During this time she was able to refine her artistic skills and eventually land a job as Creative Marketing Manager for DRACO Design Inc. Here she was able to work for DUCATI and its distributors and resellers in the US, Japan, Taiwan, Russia, Korea, Germany, China and India, as well as manage product promotion and booth design for international exhibitions at IFA 2013 and CES 2014. Currently, Kimi is finishing her B.A. in Art in Tokyo while working as a Web Director/Developer and UX/UI Designer.
For more about Kimi Tang, check out her website here.