If you’re in Hong Kong, drop by the biggest event town. The Affordable Art Fair is back, showcasing some of the best work from around the world. RE is selling my paintings along with Bob Dob, Travis Louie, and other terrific pop surrealists at booth H15.
For those in Hong Kong, my work will be appearing in the Asia Contemporary Art Show October 3-6 with RE Gallery.
Including the revised Uncertainty Principle
Costume fun at the annual Hong Kong Ultimate Players Association Tosscars Party, Kings & Queens theme.
Following the opening of the Affordable Art Fair last night, I can honestly report that it’s the strongest overall exhibition of art I’ve seen in Hong Kong. Shoot an email over to James at firstname.lastname@example.org to get comped tickets. Definitely worth a visit this weekend.
Three of my paintings will be appearing in the Hong Kong Affordable Art Fair this weekend. Come on by booth B04. Orders for limited edition prints will also be available.
New colorful dragon painting, Tsim Sha Tsui Long
One of my favorite galleries in HK, Above Second has a terrific show going on, Trailblazers, curated by Coates & Scarry. A breath of fresh air from urban voices direct from the US and UK. Tram over to Sai Ying Pun and check it out.
Gong Hei Fat Choi! / Happy Chinese New Year!
Wan Chai Long
Exploring this foreign city one wanders through winding paths that lead to spiraling roads, passing cars curtly braying as they brush by. Walkways vein beneath buildings, wrapping the base of towers made of hearty brick sheened with scales of glass. With legs sore one climbs chipped stone stairs nearly vertical, fueled higher and higher by the curiosity of the next bend. The ascended air grows cooler, thickened by a haze, fogging the way back. There is a myth that this city, albeit shrouded in brick and metal, built and rebuilt by the hands of uncles and grandfathers, is in fact secure entirely by the good grace of centuries of quiet. For should a sound break the stillness, a sound with more force than a chorus of sparrows or a street lined with honking trucks. The tenor to be wary of is shared by deep sea whales and colliding comets, for were it to echo forth, this town would find narrow alleys widened into colossal eyes and subterranean pipework ripped free into cliffs of bared teeth. For it is told that the mountain sleeps, dreaming of life as a man and not a dragon.