BEGIN:VCALENDAR VERSION:2.0 PRODID:-//PYVOBJECT//NONSGML Version 1//EN BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART:20100414T000000Z DTEND:20100619T000000Z DESCRIPTION:Often referred to as the Andy Warhol of Japan\, artist/advertis er/designer/collage-fiend Tadanori Yokoo's work certainly exemplifies the brash brightness of Pop Art. But his five decades of work complicate that picture: each poster (the medium he's most known for) draws inspiration fr om cinema\, advertising\, Japanese art\, and psychedelia\, and mixes them together in a truly unique way. His compositions swarm with references and images\, and are still beautiful objects.\n\nSo it is with great exciteme nt that\, with the Japan Foundation Toronto\, the Center for East Asian St udies\, and the University of Chicago Center for East Asian Studies and Un iversity of Chicago Library\, we bring some of this living legend's most r ecent works to Chicago. Be sure to visit the Center for East Asian Studies ' website for information on how to visit the exhibit.\n\nDate\nMonday\, M arch 29 - Saturday\, June 19\, 2010\n<strong>Please note\, the exhibit is open to the general public during the following hours only:</strong>\nMond ay - Thursday: 8:30 AM to 7:00 PM\nFriday: 8:30 AM to 5:00 PM\nSaturday: 9 :00 AM to 1:00 PM\n(Sunday - closed)\n\n<a href=" 25988/590242299/54034590/0/?c4e129f6=Y2hpY2dqIDQvMS8yMDEwIDQ6MjM6NTcgUE0%3 d&amp\;x=fe582cf6" target="_blank"></a>\n\nPlace\nUnviersity of Chicago\nR egenstein Library\n1100 East 57th Street\nChicago\, Illinois 60637\n(<a hr ef=" IDQvMS8yMDEwIDQ6MjM6NTcgUE0%3d&amp\;x=df1e5afc" target="_blank">Map</a>)\n \nInfo\n\n<a href=" e129f6=Y2hpY2dqIDQvMS8yMDEwIDQ6MjM6NTcgUE0%3d&amp\;x=de4805c7" target="_bl ank">University of Chicago Event Listing</a>\n<a href=" /t/12025988/590242299/54034593/0/?c4e129f6=Y2hpY2dqIDQvMS8yMDEwIDQ6MjM6NTc gUE0%3d&amp\;x=71c4d960" target="_blank">Tadanori Yokoo's Official Website </a>\n SUMMARY:Psychedelic Poster Art by Tadanori Yokoo URL:/en/events/2010/04/14/psychedelic-poster-art-by-tadanori-yokoo/ END:VEVENT END:VCALENDAR