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obsrvr’s

“NOTHING TO SEE HERE.”

solo show

obsrvr’s

“NOTHING TO SEE HERE.”

solo show

a solo show by

OBSRVR

a solo show by

OBSRVR

where and when

NOVEMBER 18TH
6PM TILL LATE

YOUNG SOY GALLERY
10 Lee Hing Street, F/22, unit 2219, Ap Lei Chau, Hong Kong

ABOUT THE SHOW:

Young Soy Gallery is proud to present ‘Nothing To See Here’, a solo exhibition by OBSRVR, a street artist and social commentator driven by the stupidity found in the world around us. 
 
In various forms, OBSRVR has been creating work on the streets since 2012. This exhibition is an extension of the messages/work found around town, a collection of spontaneous, random thoughts seemingly unrelated except that they appear to come from the same unknown individual, giving root to the name of the exhibition, ‘Nothing to See Here’ a phrase that often finds its way into the artist’s head while creating work in the streets.

OBSRVR’s first ever solo show comes off the heels of Affordable Art Fair Hong Kong, where the artist’s first two exhibition pieces ever made, sold out within the first five minutes of the fair. 
 
We hope you come and experience the body of work for yourself, and see how it contributes to the dialogue of our great city, and street art around the world. After all, there is nothing to see here. 

ABOUT THE SHOW:

Young Soy Gallery is proud to present ‘Nothing To See Here’, a solo exhibition by OBSRVR, a street artist and social commentator driven by the stupidity found in the world around us. 
 
In various forms, OBSRVR has been creating work on the streets since 2012. This exhibition is an extension of the messages/work found around town, a collection of spontaneous, random thoughts seemingly unrelated except that they appear to come from the same unknown individual, giving root to the name of the exhibition, ‘Nothing to See Here’ a phrase that often finds its way into the artist’s head while creating work in the streets.

OBSRVR’s first ever solo show comes off the heels of Affordable Art Fair Hong Kong, where the artist’s first two exhibition pieces ever made, sold out within the first five minutes of the fair. 
 
We hope you come and experience the body of work for yourself, and see how it contributes to the dialogue of our great city, and street art around the world. After all, there is nothing to see here. 

NOTHING TO SEE HERE

November 18th, 2021

Young Soy Gallery,
10 Lee Hing Street, F/22, unit 2219, Ap Lei Chau, Hong Kong

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