Solo Exhibit at ARA Museum (Seoul, South Korea)

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June 2016 marked the debut of Mr Brainwash’s spectacular solo shows in Asia.

He opened his first exhibition in South Korea at The ARA Modern Art Museum in Insa-dong in Seoul.

Large mixed media murals were on display showcasing Mr Brainwash’s iconic artwork and larger than life scope.

Some of the highlights include a massive 15ft tall wooden AT-AT from the Star Wars movie franchise, a room full of hanging vintage cameras, and a white room splashed with pink paint.

Mr Brainwash collaborated with musicians from the entertainment group YG, the label-home of K-Pop artists Big Bang and 2NE1 to name a couple, to create one of a kind artworks.
 

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Donation to The Brain Project Fundraiser

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Mr Brainwash was among the 100 internationally known artists that were invited by The Brain Project, a program by the Baycrest Foundation in Toronto, to customize their own brain sculpture as a way to raise awareness, support and research into aging and brain health.

Artists of various art backgrounds – fashion, architecture, photography, painting, performance, were invited to design their own brain sculpture to be displayed in different venues across Toronto.

The public was invited to vote for their favorite designs and the sculptures were sold at an auction with the proceeds going to Baycrest Health Sciences for funding.

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Mr Brainwash was also interviewed by The Brain Project’s global ambassador, Sarah Rafferty, for the event.
 

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