- ST/ART is an occasional collective of some of Hong Kong's most active urban artists, formed to legitimise, document and support the growing urban art culture in Hong Kong. The ongoing project is an initiative of ChinaStylus. See more at: www.start.hk
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- ST/ART is an occasional collective of urban artists, formed to encourage, explore and document urban art culture in Hong Kong. The ongoing project is a ChinaStylus initiative....ST/ART is an occasional collective of urban artists, formed to encourage, explore and document urban art culture in Hong Kong. The ongoing project is a ChinaStylus initiative.
Through events, exhibitions and collaborations, the ST/ART collective aims to challenge and widen the traditional perception of “graffiti”, legitimise genuine urban art and at the same time question the value of the established commercial 'art' scene.
ST/ART exists to provide a positive forum and exposure for the growing number of talented urban artists in Hong Kong, as well as providing avenues for their work.
Since its inception at the start of 2005, the collective has curated and funded three of its own successful group exhibitions; RE:ST/ART, 450/SQ.FT and 10:10 Hong Kong Vision – all of which attracted considerable media attention and public support, while at the same time raising money for several local charities.
The collective has appeared at several local festivals, enjoyed press, TV and radio support and also been commissioned to provide artwork for several local and overseas publications. ST/ART has also been invited on major collaborative projects with Reebok, Evisu and Tiger Beer among others.
Current artists include; GraphicAirlines, *COM, Start From Zero, C#, Big Mad, KS1, Katol, ESP, Ping.
Check the regularly updated website at www.start.hk for images and information on all past projects, artists, upcoming events and stuff to buy.
July 2007 – 10/10 Hong Kong Vision : Past / Future
July 2006 – 450/SQ.FT
January 2006 – RE:ST/ART
January 2008 – Clockenflap Festival
October 2006 – Rockit Festival
August 2006 – The Farm Youth Outreach
December 2005 – Reebok DJ Shoe Launch
COLLABORATIONS, CONTRIBUTIONS & COMMISIONS
October 2007 – ST/ART vs RBK v2
August 2007 – High&Dry Exhibition
June 2007 – ST/ART vs Tiger
June 2007 – ST/ART vs Epoch
June 2007 – Youth Arts Foundation
April 2007 – EVISU Cube Gallery
January 2007 – Asia City Publishing
January 2007 – Child Development Council
November 2006 – Crazy Label Toys Expo
September 2006 – Youth Outreach Centre, Chaiwan
August 2006 – Feel Good Project
May 2006 – Royal Elastics Dek Art Exhibition
December 2005 – ST/ART vs RBK v1
July 2005 – ST/ART vs Monchichi
March 2005 – ST/ART vs Om Lounge
January 2005 – ST/ART vs YUMLA
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