Aa fantastic and exclusive art exhibition is about to start! A total of 8 new limited edition sculptures by 3 artists as APPortfolio x Lan Kwai Fong Group present Art Toy Japan present to you all ” Art Toy Japan”. APPortfolio has once again collaborated with the Lan Kwai Fong Group. From November 5th to November 7th, the California Tower will be transformed into a Pop-up art exhibition titled “Art Toy Japan”. The highlight of this exhibition will be Sorayama, Yoskay Yamamoto and Gary Baseman art under one roof.
Sorayama LATEST Sculpture
Sorayama x XLARGE x APPortfolio x Nanzuka x Medicom
The five-party joint collaboration is super dope! Hajime Sorayama who is famous for painting female robots, worked with the street fashion brand XLARGE this time. In recent years, APPortfolio, an internationally renowned art platform has been honoured to launch a limited edition of artworks. This art sculpture has made and created perfectly, you won’t find any false. What’s more, the most popular gallery Nanzuka Gallery in Japan also collaborated this time. In conjunction with the Japanese company Medicom, which is represented by [email protected], the new sculpture “Robot Gorilla” is launched with a limited edition of 700 pieces.
Each of the sculpture is the price of HKD5400. It was launched in Asia on the second day after the appearance of the American trends event Complex Con.
Yoskay Yamamoto latest handmade limited wood sculptures
Yamamoto is a contemporary artist and sculptor. He combined Western culture and traditional ukiyo-e in Japanese culture with contemporary paintings and trendy art elements. The work presents a tempting and interesting taste. This time, the artist specially launched two new wooden sculptures, each limited to 200 pieces.
35cm high, priced at [email protected] There is another Sofubi toy character representing Japan will be at the show.
Gary Baseman’s Latest Japanese Sofubi Items and Limited Art Sculptur
Gary Baseman’s works often cross-border cooperation and the works of art are interesting intriguing. He is one of the few creators who can develop their own personal characteristics and can walk freely between business and art. He often travels to design a set for this exhibition.
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The Japanese-themed Sofubi character is limited to 200 pieces each.
Sofubi items original drawings from Gary Baseman.
This exhibition also features sculptures by APPortfolio and many well-known artists, including Javier Calleja, Ron English, Sorayama, Gray Baseman, Hikari Shimoda, Camilla d’Errico, and several of our undisclosed new projects.
In addition to the exhibitions of the masters, there are also interactive claw machine games, so the lucky collectors can get their art toys back home in victory. The event is one of the two major themes: “Art Orchid Japan” and “Discover Japan” at the “Lan Kwai Fong Japanese Carnival”. It is an innovative and rich exhibition. Let art lovers feast their eyes.
Queued purchase time:
It will start at 8:00 am on Monday, November 5, 2018, and the artworks will be sold at 9:00am! (Cash only!)
November 5-7th, 2018 (Monday to Wednesday) 10am to 5pm
Location: 22/F, California Tower, 30-32 D’Aguilar Street, Lan Kwai Fong, Central, Hong Kong
APPortfolio is an art platform originated in London and Hong Kong for integrating international art resources focuses on the production and release high-quality limited-edition artworks, recruiting cutting-edge artists and designers across Asia, curating professional exhibitions and activities. To provide a platform for artists and taking up social responsibility, APPortfolio lines up its subsidiary brands and physical venue, together with charity groups and different types of art & cultural space, commercial complex, to export high quality and creative cross-border artistic activity.
www.apportfolioasia.com for more info./
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