Another week, another opportunity to indulge your love of art and/or complimentary glasses of wine.
Open Art 2.0 by Kazuhiro Mizumoto at Ouchi Gallery — Tues. March 27, 7pm-10pm
171 Tillary St, Suite 507, Brooklyn
“Kazuhiro Mizumoto’s artist statement: ‘Being a homogeneous island race, rather than expressing personal thoughts and feelings, the Japanese progressed uniculturally through cooperation and harmony. Perhaps because of a result of that, they are not good at showing their genuine emotions. They create their face expression as described in the manual of their Japanese cultural programming, based on the time, circumstance, and who they are addressing. I am also Japanese. However, since I had spent my childhood outside Japan, my manual seemed to be bit modified under the influence of foreign culture. Thus, the smile my face is showing is probably real.’”