Funny, talented, and an accomplished social butterfly, photographer Paul S. (aka Paul Sunga) has shot many of Hong Kong’s most beautiful women and has quickly built a name for himself. Armed with a go-getter spirit and a friendly smile, Paul has been hustling shoots and building connections that have made him a sought-after photographer in a few short years.
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!)
Packed with Hulks, Iron Men, and even a life-sized Batman, Toy Soul 2015 couldn’t have taken place at a better time. The annual gathering of the world’s top toy figure companies coincided with the opening week of Star Wars – The Force Awakens. In addition to the hundreds of figures that left collectors drooling, several sections were devoted entirely to the new Star Wars characters.
The first solo show by photographer Aisha Moon Johnson opens at Voxfire Gallery on Friday, September 26th. You may have spotted Aisha at some of Hong Kong’s underground events armed with a huge camera.
British artist D*Face launches his exhibition “Honestly Dishonest” at an off-Basel event taking place at Above Second Gallery in Sai Ying Pun on Friday, May 16th. The London-based artist cites early New York graffiti and skateboard graphics, as two of his major influences.