Kyoto International Manga Museum to Host Art Exhibition for Charity

March. 11 seen through the eyes of comic artists from all over the world : Magnitude Zero

This is the title of the art exhibition that will be held in the Kyoto International Manga Museum starting March 3, 2012.

The event will continue for three days and will end March 6, 2012. Promised by the organizing staff are:

1. Around 60 illustrations based on the March 11 topic and drawn almost immediately after the earthquake. Most of the works are by foreign authors.

2. About 60 illustrations, drawn especially for the occasion by Japanese authors.

3. A great art exhibit for those who know how to appreciate it and respect the events it will be depicting.

The event is organized with the special support of the French Embassy in Japan and various companies. For additional information, you can see the source link below.There is also a lot of ticketing information and a full list of participating artists.

Source: Official March 11 seen through the eyes of comic artists from all over the world: magnitude zero website

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BakaOuji
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Will the works of someone famous be there?

Lulubel
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Great initiative. I know there will be a lot of amazing atrworks to see.

InStyleAkuma
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The best thong is that Japanese people are quite accustomed to buying art. I believe the results will be really good now, when it’s about charity.

Chan-Chan
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Too bad I can’t be there :(

Shounen
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I knoooow!!! I think like that every time there’s something cool in Japan….