17th March 2016 at 6pm
Haiku Prelude – Haiku Kami is an ongoing project since 2012 in aid of orphans of Tohoku Earthquake. The annual exhibition and fundraising event 2016 will take place at Brunswick East London. This year the event will be accompanied by homemade Japanese delicacies by Norico Uchima, self-taught nutrition guru and vintage clothing dealer.
Address: Brunswick East 3D Stamford Works,, Gillett St, London, Dalston, Greater London N16 8JH
About the project
Haiku Prelude – Haiku Kami is a project based on the series of painting inspired by haiku (a traditional form of Japanese poetry). In the light of the tragedy of the Earthquake in Japan 2011 the artist dedicated the series to the victims of the disastrous events.
In addition, the book of the series was published in limited edition, proceeds from which are donated to Momo – Kaki Orphans Fund in Japan. The Fund supports scholarship of the Tohoku Earthquake’s orphans. The book is available at The Exchange – independent artist bookstore.