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Preview: “Trailblazers” at Above Second Gallery

Next month, Hong Kong's Above Second Gallery will play host to the group show "Trailblazers," featuring a variety of Western artists that push boundaries in their respective media. Opening February 28, the show is curated by Coates & Scarry and includes artwork from Carne Griffiths, Joe Sorren (featured in HF Vol. 18), Sas Christian, Angela Lizon, Carlo Cane, D*Face, Nigel Cox, Pure Evil, Rose Sanderson, Nick Walker and Lindsey Carr. From D*Face's Pop Art-influenced take on street art to Carlo Cane's powerful visions of nature to Joe Sorren's delicate, storybook-like paintings, the show's diverse line-up will introduce these prolific European and American artists (many of whom have never shown in Asia) to the Hong Kongese public. Take a look at our preview of the exhibition after the jump.

Angela Lizon

Next month, Hong Kong’s Above Second Gallery will play host to the group show “Trailblazers,” featuring a variety of Western artists that push boundaries in their respective media. Opening February 28, the show is curated by Coates & Scarry and includes artwork from Carne Griffiths, Joe Sorren (featured in HF Vol. 18), Sas Christian, Angela Lizon, Carlo Cane, D*Face, Nigel Cox, Pure Evil, Rose Sanderson, Nick Walker and Lindsey Carr. From D*Face’s Pop Art-influenced take on street art to Carlo Cane’s powerful visions of nature to Joe Sorren’s delicate, storybook-like paintings, the show’s diverse line-up will introduce these prolific European and American artists (many of whom have never shown in Asia) to the Hong Kongese public. Take a look at our preview of the exhibition below.

Carne Griffiths

Carlo Cane

D*Face

Nigel Cox

Joe Sorren

Pure Evil

Rose Sanderson

Nick Walker

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