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Wes Anderson’s Isle of Dogs Is Now An Art Exhibition
Including of course the dogs who run the junkyard in the film
Entertainment 08 Apr 2018

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Wes Anderson’s fictional stop-motion, dystopian film, Isle of Dogs recently opened at The Store in London. Expect to see miniature sets from the film, its puppets and of course, the dogs who run the junkyard in the film, which is set in 2040 in Japan. There are sets showing the interiors of Tokyo bars, restaurants and homes, which are each filled with handcrafted lanterns, wooden architecture and even lit-up refrigerators in a noodle bar. Presented in cooperation by Fox Searchlight Pictures, the exhibition runs until April 8 (they’re also serving sake).

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Text by Nadja Sayej
Photos via The Spaces

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