SouHirose

SouHirose

Born in Shiga in Japan in 1997. SouHirose graduated from Kyoto University of the Arts, Department of Information Design, Illustration Course 2019.

Same Tomorrow As Yesterday/George Morton-Clark Solo Exhibition

Same Tomorrow As Yesterday/George Morton-Clark Solo Exhibition

George Morton-Clark is a British artist whose work often features the spirit of street art and pop imagery. Integrating the elements of both eastern and western fashion trends, George’s art has been a great hit in Art Basel across Europe and the US in recent years.

WHAAAAAT'S 2021 / @Booth 838

WHAAAAAT'S 2021 / @Booth 838

GIN HUANG Gallery is going to exhibit in booth 838, bringing the audience more different forms of trendy art, including Dutch artist Loes van Delft, Polish artist Igor Dobrowolski, German artist Van Ray, Japanese artist KINJO and Hideki Iinuma. Many plentiful artworks will debut at WHAAAAAT’S 2021. Welcome to booth 838 and find out!

Joe Iurato

Joe Iurato

Due to many years of creative experience and his unique presentation and narrative ability, Joe is not only popular in European and American countries and is widely loved by everyone, but attract the cooperation of many brands from different industries which include: The NFL, Kenneth Cole, GQ, Red Bull, Adidas, Mike Tyson’s Iron Mike Productions, The New York Racing Association, Nike’s House of Hoops, ESPN, the NBA, NBC’s Sunday Night Football, Sprite, USA Network, Nusret Steakhouses, Nickelodeon, and Paramount Pictures. Besides, the richness and artistry of Joe's works also become some of the museum collection.

KINJO

KINJO

KINJO uses street graffiti elements as basement, combines abstractionism, impressionism, light and shadow elements to create different series of works, such as "Eyes Shining in the Dark", "Colorful Snake" and "Cereal package". The fuzzy contour and childlike lines show the artist's avant-garde creative style.

Loes van Delft

Loes van Delft

Loes van Delft was graduated from St Lucas Art Academy, June, 2012. In the same year, the artist crowned with the Best Global Artist Award at the Amsterdam International Art Fair in 2012. The paintings of Loes van Delft combine an innocent quirkiness with a cheeky cartoon feel.