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Unknown Wanto, Jason Dill, Momoko Ando

The Last Show is a new group exhibition at the Last Gallery by three people who all play active parts in different communities.

Jason Dill is pro skater, who has gathered tremendous respect from all quarters, not just limited to skaters. He has been taking photos of everyday life and his dear friends for fourteen years.

Momoko Ando is a film director who has just finished her second film, 0.5mm, based on her debut novel. She has breathed new life into the Japanese film industry and will be showing her new drawings.

A graffiti artist, Wanto leads the new street culture of Tokyo and continues behind the scenes in major cities across the world. His works come from out of the alleyways and make their ways into society, bringing us an unprecedented level of experience.

The exhibition foresees the arrival of a new movement; everyone will be a witness of history. The opening night is September 16 from 5 to 8 p.m., and the exhibition will run from September 16 to 23.

For more information, visit http://the-lastgallery.com/.

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Kazumi Asamura Hayashi

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Born and raised in Tokyo, Kazumi Asamura Hayashi launched her career as a stylist in New York in 1999. She began working as a photographer in 2005, contributing to titles ...