Humour, Parodie & Vidéos at the Japan Cultural Institute

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To celebrate its 15th anniversary and opening to the public today, the Japanese cultural institute presents an exhibition dedicated to “humor, parody and video” by a selection of young Japanese video artists including Yoshimasa Ishibashi, Toas­tie, and Tarô Izumi. Plus there’s two programs of selected underground films to complete this fun overview of contemporary Japanese humor and culture.
Until 23 June. Noon-7pm (8pm Thu). Closed Sun, Mon.
Maison de la culture du Japon, 101bis quai Branly, 15th. M° Bir-Hakeim.

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