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Sebastian Masuda's "Colorful Rebellion" Exhibition 2/27 - 3/29

Sebastian Masuda visited New York City last year, with prospects of doing a future exhibition.  That exhibition is called "Colorful Rebellion - Seventh Nightmare."  This will be his New York debut into the city's art scene, which will certainly be a treat and definitely attract anyone interested in Japanese pop culture.  There is not much else revealed about his art exhibition other than the theme being the "2 Deadly Sins of Sebastian Masuda," but it will be bright, colorful, and just plain bizarre.

From February 27 to March 29 you will be able to visit the artwork created by the same person behind 6%DokiDoki (which has an online shop now).  You'll not only get to see his artwork in person, but see the man himself, Sebastian Masuda.  According to a TokyoFashion, he'll also be holding special performances from March 3rd - March 6th, where his alter ego will appear.

Keep track via the gallery's website or on Sebastian Masuda's official Facebook page for behind the scene pictures and more.

Colorful Rebellion - Seventh Nightmare
Kianga Ellis Projects
516 West 25th Street
Studio 306B
New York, NY


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