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The Wish Less gallery is so named for a reason. Located on a quiet backstreet of Tabata in Tokyo, it advocates “wishing less” and “acting more” by offering itself as a meeting place for visitors to discover and talk about new art.

“We wanted somewhere that people could come and meet others, and where we could show the people what we love,” says Wish Less co-owner Rob Kidney. “Instead of a white cube, where visitors are quiet, this is more like one side of a person’s house.”

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