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SUNSHOWER: Contemporary Art from Southeast Asia, 1980s to Now

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SUNSHOWER: Contemporary Art from Southeast Asia 1980s to Now opened earlier this year, on 5 July 2017, and will run till 23 October. It purports to be the largest ever exhibition of Southeast Asian contemporary art to be held in Japan and is staged at two venues, the National Art Center, Tokyo and the Mori Art Museum.

Bringing you highlights from the show as well as insights and comments from the some of the artists whose works are on display, here’s Patricia Chen of Asian Art Scrapbook‘s video montage of SUNSHOWER.

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Patricia is a writer with a camera who points it at a subject close to her heart : visual arts. She produces films on art and has authored publications and columns on Asian art/scene/collecting. She is a documentary film and baroque music buff and loves a hearty dose of Nasi Ulam. Follow Pat at

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