Sebastian Masuda, “Polychromatic Skin -Flower-” Town Installations
9/17(Sat) - 9/19(Mon/Holiday) 10:00 - 22:00
* On 9/19 (Mon/Holiday) open until 18:00 only
- Roppongi Crossing Planter
- [Participation fee]
We’ll add color to a plain white planter. Beneath our skin runs colorful blood – “Polychromatic Skin” is a series of artworks that break through and liberate us from the unconscious stereotypes that stand in the way of freedom and peace embodied by gender. Race, religion, age, gender, national borders… we already hold the means to break through any and all barriers and connect to one another.
Born in 1970 and currently based in New York. Since the 1990s, he has created work spanning art, fashion, and entertainment with a consistently distinct sense of color. Known for being an artist at the forefront of Japan’s Kawaii culture, he has been engaged in exhibitions and projects throughout the world since his solo exhibition Colorful Rebellion -Seventh Nightmare-. Named as a Cultural Envoy for the Agency of Cultural Affairs in 2017, and a visiting researcher at NYU in 2018. He continues to use phenomena from around the world as material for his work.