BIGHIT Announces ‘ARTSPACE: TYPE 1’ Exhibition

By Indo
Posted on July 3, 2024

On Wednesday, July 3, BigHit Entertainment announced that BTS' Taehyung will be rolling out a special exhibition called ARTSPACE: TYPE 1 in commemoration of his upcoming photobook release. The exhibition is expected to take place across many countries, including the United States, Japan, Thailand, etc., across July and August.

The exhibition is expected to showcase the idol's moments of relaxation up close. While his upcoming photobook, TYPE 1, will showcase these moments, the exhibition is not only a celebration of the photobook release but also reveals the pictures in a different form and environment.

The project has been up for pre-order since June 27, and the official release of the photobook is scheduled for July 9. It marks the birthday of BTS' fandom, ARMYs, and therefore, the photobook release will stand as a gift for the fans.

Check out the official announcement from BIGHIT below, along with exhibition dates.

Hello. This is HYBE.
To commemorate the release of V’s “TYPE 1” photobook, we would like to announce <ARTSPACE: TYPE 1>.

This special exhibition, centered around those moments of complete relaxation that form the main theme of V’s “TYPE 1” photobook, will visit ARMY in a series of locations from July to August.

<ARTSPACE: TYPE 1>, taking place in various cities and venues around the world, will feature a variety of zones. This will include exhibition and experience zones, where you can see the artist’s relaxed moments up close. The design of these spaces reflects the flow of the photobook’s chapters, allowing you to feel the atmosphere in person.

Experience “TYPE 1,” filled with V’s distinctive style, in various cities and venues worldwide for an even more extraordinary experience.

Detailed information for each city will be announced at 2 PM (KST) on Wednesday, July 10.
Thank you.

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