Kidult's "Visual Rape" Solo Show in Tokyo - Photo Report



Following a provocative teaser promoting his first solo show titled “Visual Rape,” graffiti artist Kidult opened the exhibition for a mere 48 hours over the weekend in Tokyo. On display was a miniature replica of the Paris Chanel store he famously tagged back in 2013, a wall of posters featuring Donald Trump sporting a Supreme tee a la Morrissey, as well as other pieces of artwork eschewing government corruption and consumerism. Also, a figure tearing a Goldman Sachs sign in pursuit of cash, to the Coca Cola slogan rewritten to state “Enjoy Ebola” were just a few of the boundary-pushing items tackling corporate greed.

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