INNOCENCE GROUP SHOW

02.07.2022 - 17.07.2022
HONG KONG GALLERY

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Summer is said to be the most energetic season. This summer, Streams Gallery is proud to present a group exhibition of vibrant colours, positivity, sparkles of youth, and soothing vibes.

Featuring new and signature works from six contemporary artists, the show brings you back to your carefree childhood and warms your hearts.

INSTALLATION VIEWS

Selected works

Wishes, 2022
Oil on canvas
36 x 46 cm
Wishes, 2022
Oil on canvas
36 x 46 cm
Self-Healing, 2022
Acrylic on canvas
90 x 90 cm
Self-Healing, 2022
Acrylic on canvas
90 x 90 cm
Sugar Rush, 2022
Mono-paint on wood panel
61 x 76 cm
Sugar Rush, 2022
Mono-paint on wood panel
61 x 76 cm
Bouquet Yellow, 2022
Watercolor and acrylic Watercolor paper and gofun gesso on the panel
51 x 51 cm
Bouquet Yellow, 2022
Watercolor and acrylic Watercolor paper and gofun gesso on the panel
51 x 51 cm
Little Trip II, 2022
Acrylic on canvas
61 x 61 cm
Little Trip II, 2022
Acrylic on canvas
61 x 61 cm
Rookie (sculpture), 2022
Ceramic
22cm x 6cm x 12cm
Rookie (sculpture), 2022
Ceramic
22cm x 6cm x 12cm

Artists

Aka Okumura

Born in Kyoto, Japan in 1992, Aka OKumura self taught painting since 2015.

Pei Lam

Pei Lam is a Hong Kong-based illustrator and visual artist who records her life through doodling, painting, comic, and illustration. Create an imaginary and vivid artwork and take inspiration from the inner identity and nature, to cherish the nostalgic things.

Sun-Mi

Sun-Mi  (aka Pamplemouze) is a contemporary artist in the Faux Naif movement and best known for her erratically naive girls who find themselves in never - ending conflict. Utilizing mono-painting as her main source of medium, her work is a way of documenting her life and is depicted by her constant struggle to express her sheltered emotions. The stylization in her work is a homage to her childhood born out of admiration for cartoons and can be best described as a controlled mess. Born in Asuncion Paraguay, she later went on to study at Maryland Institute College of Art where she received her BFA in Illustration. 

Zoie Lam

Zoie Lam is an artist based in Hong Kong . As the creator of the imaginary planet Zlism, Zoie Lam details a world with all its residents and happenings. Positive energy oozes out from the kind-hearted characters as they come alive under her pen, all with fascinating stories unfolding in one painting after another. Through her artworks, Zoie Lam would like to express her ideas towards different social phenomena. Most of the artworks by Zoie Lam appear as a dense and intricate tapestry of patterns juxtaposed with vivid colours — a remarkable visual contrast for a signature style that sets Zoie Lam apart from the rest.

Kazy Chan

Kazy Chan — Hong Kong based artist, who graduated from the Polytechnic University of Hong Kong.His work is influenced by the superflat art style and his love for Japanese manga since childhood, resulting in the creation of unique characters and stories. The theme of his work revolves around a boy, combined with imagined scenes of growing up. Together, the two form a story about exploring the other side of the world.

Loreen Bacalso

Loreen is currently pursuing a Bachelor of Fine Arts Major in Advertising degree at Technological University of the Philippines - Manila. She concentrates on creating imaginative bold and candy-coloured works showcasing her personal experience and unusual imagination. Her works play on the boundaries of playfulness and cuteness-overload but with something strange.