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Jonathan Ross Opens Junko Mizuno Exhibition & Comica Festival 2014!

Posted: October 20, 2014

Tonight saw the opening party to launch the 2014 season of Comica Festival, from October 20th to November 19th 2014 all across London, and the private view for Junko Mizuno’s first London gallery exhibition at Atomica Gallery at 29 Shorts Gardens in Covent Garden, which runs till October 28th. Lots of works sold on the night, but there are still a few choice pieces and some of her limited edition prints as well.

Jonathan Ross, a long-time admirer of Junko’s unique artistry, came along to introduce her and her show and plug Comica’s upcoming programme, including Junko’s interview by Jason Atomic at Foyles Charing Cross Road on Wednesday October 22nd. Some tickets are still remaining, so be sure to book asap and be there for her only public speaking appearance and live drawing event! Photo courtesy of Kazuyo O’Neill.

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