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.
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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.
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.
The new XXX, which is located in a basement further out towards Kennedy Town, is hosting a multimedia art exhibit called ABSOR[BED] on Thursday, August 22nd.
What is it about the artwork of Hajime Sorayama that attracted the likes of George Lucas, Aerosmith, Sony, and Bape? The AISHONANZUKA Gallery is presenting a solo show by the artist on Saturday, September 7th.
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.
Art jamming spots are everywhere in Hong Kong these days, but what if you’d like to paint at home?
Is there more to Andy Warhol than Campbell’s soup, Chairman Mao, and Marilyn Monroe? The answer can be found at a major new exhibition titled ‘Andy Warhol – 15 Minutes Eternal’ at the Hong Kong Museum of Art.
Los Angeles art gallery Thinkspace is curating a new show titled LAX/HKG that opens at Above Second on Friday, November 16th. The group exhibition includes artwork by Amy Sol, Audrey Kawasaki, Brian Viveros, Dabs Myla, Esao Andrews, Joao Ruas, Linnea Strid, and Yosuke Ueno.
For well over a decade, Jay Forster and Calvin Ho have been well known figures in Hong Kong, contributing to the city’s design and dance music scenes. Jay is a co-founder of Clockenflap music festival, but for years he made a name for himself as part of the DJ duo Robot, and as founder of [...]