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We will exhibit at Art Fair Tokyo 2021.

TRiCERA is pleased to announce that we will be exhibiting at Art Fair Tokyo 2021 (AFT2021) from March 18th.

TRiCERA has raised a total of 115 million yen in new funding, which will allow us to expand our services, redesign our website, and actively participate in art fairs and other events to promote the more than 2,400 artists who participate in our platform. We will also actively participate in art fairs and other events to promote the more than 2,400 artists participating in our platform.

At the upcoming AFT2021, we will have a booth with an installation that will allow visitors to experience our statement “Creativity knows no borders” in real life, and we will also introduce our newly redesigned website. We will also be announcing the launch of our new invite-only e-commerce platform specializing in contemporary art, which will be released on April 1 this year.

We hope you will enjoy TRiCERA’s vision and its experiments/practices, which aim to create a world where people who love art can meet and connect beyond all barriers.

Fair Outline

Dates: March 18 – March 21, 2021
(*March 18 is by invitation only)
Hours: 12:00 – 19:00
(*Close at 16:00 on the last day)
Venue : Tokyo International Forum Hall E / Lobby Gallery
Ticket : 4,000 yen (tax included)
(*Elementary school students and younger are free of charge only if accompanied by an adult. / Tickets can only be purchased in advance.)
Details: https: //artfairtokyo.com/2021

 

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