L’Epicerie Fine Presents French Street Art at The Stallery
Why We Recommend it
Supported by Le French May, L’Epicerie Fine presents Faat Gok Gaai Tau Saa Long, a curation of street art by 13 established and emerging French street artists.
Supported by Le French May, L’Épicerie Fine presents Faat Gok Gaai Tau Saa Long, a group show introducing the works of 13 established and emerging French street artists to Hong Kong viewers and collectors.
Translating to “The French Street Salon” in Cantonese, the new show highlights the participating artists’ diverse personal backgrounds, stories, and influences while drawing out points of confluence that make their works distinctly French.
As with their first exhibition La Street Française last November, L’Épicerie Fine aims to highlight the diversity of French street art, this time with an expanded group of artists hailing from Paris as well as Montpellier, Avignon and Rennes.
Over 30 works, ranging from paintings on canvas, pollard sculptures, art toys and prints, will be featured at the exhibition. Video interviews and performances will also be shown at the exhibition to offer viewers a more in-depth understanding of the participating artists’ backgrounds and processes.
Schedule a viewing by booking online here. In order to maintain physical distance during the pandemic, only four people at a time will be allowed in The Stallery.