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  1. abandon/hope is the title of the Uno project which is curated by David Sylvian. It comprises an exhibition of photographs by David Sylvian and separate sound installation.
  2. David Sylvian "Abandon / Hope" Available in three separate editions Limited edition #1: Contains two hardcover books / one play button (original music composed by Taylor Deupree), contained in a hard card sleeve, plus two signed original 5 x 7" prints. 50 copies signed limited edition.
  3. Another photo exhibit and art project by musician David Sylvian called ‘Abandon/Hope’ was held at the Spiral Garden in Aoyama, Tokyo. The exhibit at Spiral Garden was held from July 22nd to 29th 70 works by Sylvian were on display and it was the first time for the artist to open a full-on photo exhibition.
  4. At the abandon/hope exhibition at the Spiral garden in Tokyo, a very beautiful exhibition catalogue was released. The book is a 2-volume set, one volume is “Abandon” (which features the Tokyo works), and the other is “Hope” (the Uno works) and was released in 3 versions. These are the 3 versions: – Special Version I: Limited to 50 copies, including [ ].
  5. Apr 14,  · David Sylvian’s Abandon Hope I knew – not too well I admit – David Sylvian as a musician and singer, but I didn’t know him as a photographer. However, last year, during the Setouchi Triennale in Japan, I discovered some of his works in the abandon hope exhibit that he had in the small port of Uno (Okayama Prefecture).
  6. david sylvian: abandon / hope. to live without hope is to live in the present “I’d begun to consider what it means to dwell in a state of hopelessness. That is, to attempt to live without submitting to the impulse to project possible outcomes resulting from one’s actions.
  7. Description In July of , the musician David Sylvian staged two simultaneously held photographic exhibitions in Japan, one ("Abandon") at the Spiral Garden in Tokyo, and the second ("Hope"), in an abandoned building located in the port town of Uno as part of the Setouchi International Art festival
  8. This exhibition catalog documents the two simultaneous photographic exhibitions held by David Sylvian in Japan in the summer of "Abandon" opened in Tokyo on July 22nd at Spiral Garden. "Hope" opened on July 20th in an abandoned building located in the port town of Uno (Okayama) as part of the Setouchi International Art festival /5(3).

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