Hong Kong’s art gallery for the people.

the

FRAGRANT
HARBOUR
group show

at the affordable
art fair hong kong

the

FRAGRANT
HARBOUR
group show

at the affordable
art fair hong kong

featuring

Riya Chandiramani, Ling Muki, Mizuki Nishiyama, Tyler Jackson Pritchard, Ross Turpin, Louise Solloway Chan, Rain Chan, Benson Koo, Mooncasket & OBSRVR

featuring

Riya Chandiramani, Ling Muki, Mizuki Nishiyama, Tyler Jackson Pritchard, Ross Turpin, Louise Solloway Chan, Rain Chan, Benson Koo, Mooncasket & OBSRVR

where and when

August 27th
until
August 29th

Hong Kong Convention & exhibition centre

ABOUT THE SHOW:

Harboured any fragrant thoughts recently? Vivid memories, nostalgic feelings, or stunning views?

Harboured any [fragrant] thoughts recently? Pleasant memories, good times, great views? Young Soy Gallery is pleased to participate in the Affordable Art Fair, with our show titled Fragrant Harbour. The show features Riya Chandiramani, Ling Muki, Mizuki Nishiyama, Tyler Jackson Pritchard, Ross Turpin, Louise Solloway Chan, Rain Chan, Benson Koo, Mooncasket and Hong Kong’s resident street artist Observer. Each of the artists depicts Hong Kong, our fragrant harbour, the way they see and experience it. For some, Hong Kong has always been home; for others, Hong Kong has become home. Still, each artist uses their art to broadcast their personal experiences of the city outwards. Fragrant Harbour serves as a visual ode to Hong Kong from its most devoted residents… both local, and foreign.

We hope the show challenges the notion of what it means to be from here, and inspires you to look at Hong Kong through multiple lenses.

Come smell the paint! (But don’t get too close – we’ve heard that can get weird).

 

ABOUT THE SHOW:

Harboured any [fragrant] thoughts recently? Pleasant memories, good times, great views? Young Soy Gallery is pleased to participate in the Affordable Art Fair, with our show titled Fragrant Harbour. The show features Riya Chandiramani, Ling Muki, Mizuki Nishiyama, Tyler Jackson Pritchard, Ross Turpin, Louise Solloway Chan, Rain Chan, Benson Koo, Mooncasket and Hong Kong’s resident street artist Observer. Each of the artists depicts Hong Kong, our fragrant harbour, the way they see and experience it. For some, Hong Kong has always been home; for others, Hong Kong has become home. Still, each artist uses their art to broadcast their personal experiences of the city outwards. Fragrant Harbour serves as a visual ode to Hong Kong from its most devoted residents… both local, and foreign.

We hope the show challenges the notion of what it means to be from here, and inspires you to look at Hong Kong through multiple lenses.

Come smell the paint! (But don’t get too close – we’ve heard that can get weird).

FRAGRANT HARBOUR

August 27th-29th, 2021

Hong Kong Convention & Exhibition centre

alittle

SNEAK
PEEK

work by

RAIN CHAN, LOUISE SOLOWAY CHAN
& TYLER JACKSON PRITCHARD

work by

RIYA CHANDIRAMANI, MOON CASKET
& ROSS TURPIN

work by

LING MUKI, MIZUKI NISHIYAMA,
BENSON KOO & OBSRVR

previous

events

previous

EVENTS

MILK MADE

MARCH 2021

Snap, Crackle… Patriarchy? Young Soy Gallery presents Milkmade, a series of Riya Chandiramani’s cereal box creations. Sexual and cynical, colourful and (almost) consumable, the paintings in Chandiramani’s cereal box…

Fragrant harbour

AUGUST 2021

Harboured any [fragrant] thoughts recently? Pleasant memories, good times, great views? Young Soy Gallery is pleased to participate in the Affordable Art Fair,…

YING BAAU GENG

JANUARY 2021

Young Soy Gallery in collaboration with Sauce Lifestyle presents ‘Ying Baau Geng’, or ‘dope enough to explode mirrors’. This collaboration defies traditional labels by displaying street art on the walls of a barbershop, rather than exhibiting within a studio or gallery space.

THE BRIDGE TO TRIUMPH

DECEMBER 2020

Young Soy Gallery in association with Goods of Desire are proud to showcase the works of Hong Kong based artists Ross Turpin, Tyler Jackson Pritchard, and Gedvile Bunikyte in The Bridge to Triumph. This exhibition showcases a transition from figurative to abstract.

MONSTERS & MAKERS

MAY 2021

Are there monsters under your bed? Do they crawl out from underneath, and frighten the hairs off your neck? Or do you feel safe knowing they are watching over you? There is only one way to find out…

RECOMMENDED DAILY ALLOWANCE

JUNE 2021

Young Soy Gallery presents Ross Turpin’s solo show, Recommended Daily Allowance. The show highlights Turpin’s pill, one of the most iconic images of street art in Hong Kong, and one that spans across town…

A FUGLY HALLOWEEN

OCTOBER 2020

What better way to launch an art gallery than a halloween eve fancy dress party?

previous

events

previous

EVENTS

MILK MADE

MARCH 2021

Snap, Crackle… Patriarchy? Young Soy Gallery presents Milkmade, a series of Riya Chandiramani’s cereal box creations. Sexual and cynical, colourful and (almost) consumable, the paintings in Chandiramani’s cereal box…

A FUGLY HALLOWEEN

OCTOBER 2020

What better way to launch an art gallery than a halloween eve fancy dress party?

YING BAAU GENG

JANUARY 2021

Young Soy Gallery in collaboration with Sauce Lifestyle presents ‘Ying Baau Geng’, or ‘dope enough to explode mirrors’. This collaboration defies traditional labels by displaying street art on the walls of a barbershop, rather than exhibiting within a studio or gallery space.

THE BRIDGE TO TRIUMPH

DECEMBER 2020

Young Soy Gallery in association with Goods of Desire are proud to showcase the works of Hong Kong based artists Ross Turpin, Tyler Jackson Pritchard, and Gedvile Bunikyte in The Bridge to Triumph. This exhibition showcases a transition from figurative to abstract.

MONSTERS & MAKERS

MAY 2021

Are there monsters under your bed? Do they crawl out from underneath, and frighten the hairs off your neck? Or do you feel safe knowing they are watching over you? There is only one way to find out…

RECOMMENDED DAILY ALLOWANCE

JUNE 2021

Young Soy Gallery presents Ross Turpin’s solo show, Recommended Daily Allowance. The show highlights Turpin’s pill, one of the most iconic images of street art in Hong Kong, and one that spans across town…