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  MANGA IN MANHATTAN
Photos by Paul Laster
"Little Boy: The Arts of Japan's Exploding Subculture,"
an exhibition organized by Takashi Murakami, opens at Japan Society in New York, Apr. 7, 2005
 
 
Artist Aya Takano
 
Takashi Murakami signing the "Little Boy"
exhibition catalogue
 
Artist Chiho Aoshima
 
Artist Chinatsu Ban
 
 
 
   
Japan's Society museum chief Alexandra Munroe (since resigned) and MoMA curator Barbara London
 
Film producer Lisa Hsu and In Spite of Everything blogger Steven Chen
 
Chelsea art dealer Peter Miller and Bronx Museum curator Lydia Yee
   
 
 
 
SCAI the Bathhouse president
Masami Shiraishi
 
Artist Hideaki Kawashima
 
Artist Kenny Scharf sporting a
Dearraindrop t-shirt
 
Artist Yoshitomo Nara
 
 
 
   
Neon Genesis Evangelion
animator Yasuhiro Kamimura
 
Fluxus wiz Jon Hendricks, performance art scholar RoseLee Goldberg and Bin Bin High! organizer Pierce Jackson
 
Paris dealer Emmanuel Perrotin and exhibition curator Takashi Murakami
   
 
 
 
The Armory Show's Timothy Smith with a "Hello Kitty" display
 
Designer Shige Suzuki of Taneisha
 
Nicelle Beauchene of Marianne Boesky Gallery
 
Artist Noboru Tsubaki
 
 
 
   
Kicell, Murakami's favorite band,
performing at the opening
 
Artist Mahomi Kunitaka signing the exhibition catalogue
 
Artist Lisa Corinne Davis and Basquiat biographer Phoebe Hoban
   
 
 
   
Artist Angelo Filomeno with sculpture by Izumi Kato
 
United Nations intern Maho Furuya
 
Tokyo dealer Tomio Koyama with a work by Hideaki Kawashima
   
 
 
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