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SUNSHOWER: Contemporary Art from Southeast Asia 1980s to Now
Gallery Talk by the participating artists
【Date】3 November 2017
Felix Bacolor and Lee Wen will provide a gallery talk at SUNSHOWER exhibition. *English-Japanese translation available

Felix Bacolor (the Philippines)
Felix Bacolor was born and lives in Manila, the Philippines. Working as an art director and designer in the advertisement industry, he started his art in 2005. He will exhibit a large-size installation work using 1200 colorful wind chimes.

Lee Wen (Singapore)
Lee Wen was born in Singapore in 1957, and lives in Singapore and Tokyo. He is a representative artist in Singapore. He started his performance "Jorney of a Yellow Man" in the 1990s in which the artist colored his body in yellow and wondering around the town. The exhibition introduces the documentation of the performance.
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ev_portrait_1710251803284428.jpg Installation view: "SUNSHOWER: Contemporary Art from Southeast Asia 1980s to Now," Mori Art Museum, Tokyo, 2017
Photo: Kioku Keizo
Photo courtesy: Mori Art Museum, Tokyo
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