Header image courtesy of K11 Musea
K11 Musea is proud to announce that they will host China’s first major exhibition of graffiti and street art, “City As Studio.” The exhibition will feature over 100 artworks by more than 30 artists from New York, Los Angeles, San Francisco, São Paulo, Paris, and Tokyo, running from 20 March to 14 May and corresponds with Art Basel Hong Kong.
“City As Studio” is curated by Jeffrey Deitch, who has spent five decades as an artist, curator, dealer, advisor, and writer and has presented over 50 exhibitions and projects displaying street art and graffiti. His newest curation is a wide variety of graffiti and street art from different generations, styles, and geographies. The exhibition will take viewers to 1970s New York and back to modern works looking into gender equality.
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