Roppongi Hills

Navin Rawanchaikul, “OK no Matsuri 2019” ROPPONGI ART NIGHT CAFÉ Supported by Seibu & Sogo

Navin Rawanchaikul, OK no Matsuri (A Tale from the Land of Six Trees), 2017, collection: Mori Art Museum

①5/25(Sat) 19:30 – 21:00, ②5/26(Sun) 12:00 – 13:30
Hills Café/Space, Roppongi Hills
[Participation fee]
Navin Rawanchaikul’s OK no Matsuri, the beloved event that was originally held in Roppongi West Park in 2017, returns to Roppongi Art Night 2019. For this year’s iteration, a film screening of A Tale from the Land of Six Trees and a talk show will be held in the Hills Café. In the talk show, the artist and the local people who appeared in the film will reunite to discuss the future of the city. In addition, the event includes a wide variety of programs, such as the dance party “OK Salsa.”


Navin Rawanchaikul

Born in Chiang Mai, Thailand in 1971. Navin Rawanchaikul is currently based in Chiang Mai and Fukuoka. The artist employs a wide range of media such as sculpture, painting, performance, photography, and video. Rawanchaikul has led many projects in Japan and locations around the world that encourage viewer participation and engage with communities. His work is included in the ongoing exhibition “SUNSHOWER: Contemporary Art from Southeast Asia 1980s to Now” at The National Art Center, Tokyo and Mori Art Museum.