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Signal 8 Summer Salon Show

by Sophie Cullen on Jul 24, 2015 in Lifestyle
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Cloud Eater by Joe Webb,  screen print on 300gsm paper, 2015

Cloud Eater by Joe Webb, screen print on 300gsm paper, 2015

The Cat Street Gallery, Hong Kong will present their annual summer review exhibition Signal 8 from August 6 – September 12, 2015

Having started in 2008, this annual show features a collection of works by artists who have been exhibited over the previous twelve month period. A selection of emerging artists will also have work included, seeing 20 different pieces on show in total. The 15 artists featured in this year’s edition of Signal 8 include: Antoinette Wysocki, Camille Hannah, China de la Vega,CJ Taylor and Eric Zetterquest.

The Last Honey Bee by Garth Knight,  digital print, 2013

The Last Honey Bee by Garth Knight, digital print, 2013

Other artists whose work will feature are Jacky Tsai, who is known for creating “western” Pop Art with Chinese traditional craft and Australian-born Garth Knight who works in photo media and computer manipulation.

Details

Venue: Cat Street Gallery, 222 Hollywood Rd, Sheung Wan, Hong Kong
Date: 6 August – 12 September
Opening hours: 11am – 7pm Monday-Friday, 11am-5pm Saturday

For more information, visit www.thecatstreetgallery.com

 

 

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