Best known for his graffiti-style takes on modernist masters. 

Rising Japanese artist Madsaki holds his largest ever public installation of work this May 8-Jun 3 at Central Embassy.

An established favorite of the street-style blogosphere, Madsaki has made a name out of taking the most recognized works of past-masters—a Modigliani here, a Picasso there—and reinventing them with a heavily-dripped, graffiti aesthetic.

Called “Combination Platter,” the exhibition promises more than just paintings but a showcase of all Madsaki’s art forms.

Central Embassy, 1031 Phloen Chit Rd., 02-119-7777. Free.