Imagine Where The Wild Things Are meets retro Sci-fi, and you’ll have a good idea of the art of Prodip Leung. His last solo show, held in a raw space near the Medical Sciences Museum, was a major success, with every painting sold.
This time he’s back with “Abstract Dimension,” a continuation of his interest in aliens and other-worldly creatures. The exhibition will take place at Future Industries gallery, which is located just off Hollywood Road on Square Street. (Close to Man Mo Temple.)
According to the press release: “Prodip’s new work combines figurative and landscape elements, making use of a variety of mediums â€“ from wood and paper to acrylic on canvas“ to explore mythic transformations and the interdimensional qualities of the everyday.”
Prodip is a multi-talented guy, who is also an accomplished musician and the bass player for the legendary group L.M.F. His artwork is instantly likeable, and his aliens are of the fun, friendly, variety, rather than the scary kind.
Browsing his work, you can sort of imagine the characters hanging out at the cantina from the first Star Wars film!
For Friday’s opening, expect interesting art, and a fun, friendly crowd.
Prodip Leung “Abstract Dimension”
6pm to 9pm
Friday, May 24th, 2013
Future Industries Gallery
21 Square Street
Sheung Wan, Hong Kong
Runs until June 24th