Societal roles of an artist take center stage in this exhibitThe critically-acclaimed Yasumasa Morimura is seen as the Cindy Sherman of Japan. The drag artist has posed for over 20 years in photos infused with art-historical icons and famed movie stars and characters known for their cross-dressing repertoire. His latest show, translated into Las Meninas Reborn in the Night, follow his digitally manipulated photos of self-reflexiveness whilst paying homage to Diego Velázquez's work. Perception, the societal roles of an artist, and viewer's relationship to art are explored in this exhibit.
- Tue-Sat: 10am-6pm
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