Thursday, July 22, 2010

Tatsumi Orimoto - 30 Grandmas Performance

photos by Julia Waugh.

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Anonymous said...

Age Concern Liverpool and Sefton is delighted to be working with Liverpool contemporary art gallery, A Foundation, to promote an exhibition by the internationally renowned Japanese artist, Tatsumi Orimoto.

The new exhibition which runs until 14 August celebrates the artist’s relationship with his mother who has Alzheimers Disease. Photographs displayed in the exhibition capture the depth of the bond between them and the ways in which they communicate.

To launch the exhibition Age Concern Liverpool and Sefton helped to find 50 grandmamas aged between 49 and 96 years of age from across all parts of Liverpool to take part in a performance banquet hosted by Tatsumi.

Art Mama comes to the city - Age Concern Liverpool.

This was a memorable evening for all concerned.

The A Foundation gallery is located in Greenland Street in the Baltic Quarter of the city and the exhibition called Live in Translation can be viewed Tuesday – Saturday from 12 noon – 6pm.,cntnt01,detail,0&cntnt01articleid=124&cntnt01origid=81&cntnt01returnid=55