AllRightsReserved partners with graffiti artist Futura to host an exhibition at Landmark Atrium
Hong Kong-based creative studio All rights reserved collaborates with a legendary graffiti artist, Futura (also known as FUTURA2000), to present a visual art exhibition in partnership with Underground at Landmark Atrium.
Scheduled for June 3-16, the exhibition will revolve around the theme of outer space and mark Futura’s first experiential exploration of space and intergalactic travel. Visitors will be able to roam a six-meter-high rocket surrounded by seven sculptural FL-006 forms, which is expected to be the largest public installation the artist has staged to date.
Futura has made a name for himself in a wide range of artistic mediums including canvas, paper, sculpture, and commercial applications, which has been renowned for his radical approach to abstract art since the 1970s. The Contemporary Artist based in New York is particularly interested in exploring the potentials of the future in both the advancement of humanity and technology, with extraterrestrial beings being one of the most emblematic motifs of his work.
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Talking about her next exhibition, Futura said, “I want to introduce people to who I am and my work. I would like people to obviously familiarize themselves with my character universe, the idea behind my characters and the perception in a playful way. They come from somewhere and they got here. Of course, this project with this spaceship, the alien characters help tell this kind of playful story, kind of my own fantasy when it comes to the characters.
The “FUTURALAND” exhibition will take place at the Landmark Atrium in the center from June 3 to 16, open daily from 10 am to 8 pm. Entrance is free for the public. A pop-up store for the exhibition will open June 4-16 at Underground. Find out more about the exhibition on the official website of AllRightsReserved Facebook and Instagram.