⚑⚐⚑AAGA/NO ARAKI 2018⚑⚐⚑

Identity, Protest
Germany 2018

In the winter of 2018, C/O Berlin, a well-known contemporary photography gallery in Berlin, held a special exhibition of Japanese photographer Nobuyoshi Araki. It was unacceptable that he held an exhibition even after he was exposed by the "Me too" movement. In particular, many of us felt it was an insult to many Asian women who left their own country because of misogynic culture and violence towards women. So I formed a group called "Angry Asian Girls Association (AAGA)", a group that opposed the sexual exploitation in the art industry, and planned an action against the exhibition.

I designed a logo for AAGA, a poster and handout for demonstration, and a poster for the rally that was uploaded on AAGA's social media.

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