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Japanese-born artist Yu Araki is currently presenting his site-specific video installation “Angelo Lives,” (2014) at Nakameguro’s quirky The Container art space.

Literally a shipping container housed inside a hair salon, the small gallery is known for giving artists free rein to reinterpret the unique space, and Araki’s video piece is no exception. Under the curatorial eye of Shai Ohayon, the exhibition, “Wrong Translation,” is the artist’s first solo show in Japan.

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