2008 03/21 - 2008 04/20

3_21 2008 Showing: Dream Construction NO.7

Dream Construction No.7 is about to start. For people visiting this space, you can enjoy a landscape with a view as if elsewhere, and have a moment of relaxation and quietness. As usual, dream construction continues to build with the studio. Please excuse for any inconvenience.

 

Exhibiting Artists: Lee Jo-Mei, Chiu Chen-Hung, Chiu Yu-Fen, Hsu Jia-Chen, Chen Yen-Ling, Chi Chien, Chiang Chia-Chi, Hsiao Mei

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