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Fetishes as Art?! Joint Photo Exhibit of Beautiful Ambiguous Girls, “Ambiguous☆Bishoujo Art Exhibit” Opens

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Fetishes as Art?! Joint Photo Exhibit of Beautiful Ambiguous Girls, “Ambiguous☆Bishoujo Art Exhibit” Opens

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TODAYS GALLERY STUDIO (Asakusa) will hold their second free gallery event, “Ambiguous☆Bishoujo Art Exhibit,” for artists from April29 until May 10th.

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The five artists of “Underwater Knee-High Girls,” “Front Zipper Swimsuit,” “Thighs,” and “HIKARU SKIRT” are scheduled to be there, as well as their 150 unique and creative masterpieces. Because they had the freedom to choose the layout of their art displays, it will emphasize each artists’ unique view.

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So why ambiguously beautiful young girls? The world is filled with many fetishes, and depending on the person viewing them, the results are ambiguous. They may feel something, or they may not. By purposely not showing the faces for some pieces, it makes viewers see details they normally wouldn’t see, like the mysterious curves of the bodies under water. It also leaves the ambiguity to the imagination of the viewers, creating the ultimate art. The artists purposely added “Ambiguous” in the titles of their artwork, adding attention to the potential of their work. The beauty of the ambiguity of the girls featured in the artwork are sure to be enjoyable by any gender or age.

■Participating Artists
-Manabu Koga(Underwater Knee High Girls) http://peppergear.com
-Kiyoyuki Amano(HIKARU SKIRT) http://www.kayac.com/team/amano-kiyoyuki
-Yuria(Thighs) http://futomomo.org

Ambiguous☆Bishoujo Art Exhibit Official Site http://www.tgs.jp.net/ girlsart.html 

■Event information
Date : April 29th to May 10th
Hours : 11:00-19:00
Venue : TODAYS GALLERY STUDIO, 5-27-6 5F, Asakusa-bashi, Taito-ku, Tokyo

 Translated by Misato

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Ayaya

Been working in girls’ fashion magazines for a long time and am now the chief editor of Tokyo Girls’ Update. I have more expertise in Japanese teen fashion than anyone else (probably)! I’m a huge fan of the Revolutionary Girl Utena and Bakemonogatari animes.

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