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New exhibition by Kos Cos in Hong Kong

by Sophie Cullen on Jun 25, 2015 in Lifestyle
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Highly regarded artist Kos Cos will exhibit at Pub Art Gallery in July with a show called Tranfigurations

In this show, the Sri Lankan-born artist examines a range of faces and deconstructs them with his signature dominant brushstrokes. The layered pieces give a more conceptual reality to that which is purely physical.

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Texture and layering are highly important elements in these works, as noted by the artist himself, and they are taking his style towards a more abstract direction. Contrasting and irregular colours add to this unreality as he seeks to create works not seated in precise likeness but rather overall experience.

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Details

Venue: Pub Art Gallery, 7 Chancery Lane, Central,  Hong Kong
Date: 3 July–25 July, 2015
Opening hours: Tue -Sat, 12 p.m. – 9 p.m.

For more information, visit www.pubart-gallery.com

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