Wednesday, October 5, 2016

Art Toy Gama Presents a Japanese Horror Inspired Art Toy Exhibition

    Japanese horror films are some of the most messed up/creative movies you will ever see.  While American horror has kind of been stuck on the idea of some creature or another systematically disposing of teenagers (which let's face it, teenagers are the worst) those being produced in Japan mix a heavy dose of the psychological with the supernatural with the at times plain disturbing, for a refreshing take on what can be a stale genre.

    Art Toy Gama has put together an art toy exhibition to coincide with the 27th annual Horror and Fantasy Film Festival in San Sebastian, Spain featuring works from all over the world.  It will be taking place this weekend through the first week of November at Arteuparte, which is located in the larger Tabakeler Center for Culture and Contemporary Art.  If you can't make it in person you can check out the work that will be on display at this link.

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