Sandra Chevrier was working as a sushi chef in Montreal before she decided to dedicate herself full-time to a career as an artist. Fortunately she made the correct decision at the right time, and her career has taken off, with new shows lined up for the next two years. During the busy Art Basel week, we sat down with her to find out more about her artwork and discuss her current show at Above Second Gallery, which closes on May 7th. (Catch it now while you can!)
The second Art Basel Hong Kong swept into town last week, introducing the work of more than 2,000 artists and filling the city with guests from around the world. One local artist took a guerilla approach to the famous art fair, pulling a maneuver inspired by Banksy.
Artist Miya Ando, who creates fascinating works using ancient sword smith techniques is opening a solo show titled “Light Metal” on Thursday, February 13th. The artist, who grew up in Japan and California, works primarily in steel and aluminum.
L.A.-based artists Cyrcle were back in Hong Kong for the unveiling of the latest Vaford Gates mural. The night was a combination art launch and charity fundraiser with a vibe more like an underground warehouse party.
Paintings by Tetsuya Ishida are as beautiful as they are tormented. Though captivating to look at, his artwork has a solemn quality, often depicting individuals submerged, trapped or otherwise held in uncomfortable positions.
After taking part in the exceptional “Work In Progress” exhibition back in June, the artists known as Cyrcle are returning to Hong Kong for a solo show at the Above Second Gallery.
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Above Second Gallery, the same people who curated the massive Work in Progress exhibition last June, are opening a new group show titled “Neon Golden” on Friday, September 6th.
Hidden from the bustling pedestrian traffic along Mongkok’s Argyle Street is a secret alleyway filled with extraordinary graffiti pieces.
Guests attending the opening night of Work In Progress, a new street art exhibit that debuted on Friday, were immediately wowed by the scale of the art and the size of the space.
You may have walked past them for years and never truly appreciated the lowly used electronics sign.
Art lovers who got a small taste of Basquiat’s work in the recent Andy Warhol exhibition, can soon get a broader look at the artist as Hong Kong’s Gagosian gallery puts on a dedicated show in late May.
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