Neo Angono Artists Collective , “The Roppongi Higantes Project Walking Among Giants: Them Are Us Too” Southeast Asia Project

Angono Higantes,Big and Small Photo credit : photo walk Philippines/

①9/30 (Sat) 10:00 - 10/1 (Sun) 18:00
②10/1 (Sun) 13:00-13:30
①Roppongi Hills West Walk 2F, Roppongi Hills Mohri Garden, Tokyo Midtown Canopy Square, Tenso Shrine, Lapiross Roppongi, The National Art Center, Tokyo
②Roppongi West Park
Neo Angono Artists Collective is a group of artists based in the Philippines which started activities in 2004. Their representative work is the distinctive “Higantes” – giant sculpted figures. Influenced by the Roppongi district, the group makes these figures in collaboration with local people. The completed Higantes will be installed in the parks and streets, adding color to Roppongi.

9/30 (Sat) 10:00 - 10/1 (Sun) 18:00
Roppongi Hills West Walk 2F
Roppongi Hills Mohri Garden
Tokyo Midtown Canopy Square
Tenso Shrine
Lapiross Roppongi
The National Art Center, Tokyo

10/1 (Sun) 13:00-13:30
Roppongi West Park


Neo Angono Artists Collective

Neo Angono Artists Collective is based in the Angono region of the Philippines. Comprising visual artists, musicians, poets, writers, theater artists, filmmakers, critics, and researchers, the collective focuses on marginalized communities and attempts to engage with them through art. Besides producing installations, performances, and workshops, Neo Angono Artists Collective is well known for staging an enormous, dynamic parade with giant figures called Higantes twice a year in Angono.