Tuesday, October 28, 2014

Tristan Eaton Show Me Print Release & Changing the Subject Solo Art Show in Hong Kong

Mural in the Gallery

Tristan Eaton has been murdering walls in North America and Europe this year and now he is poised to take over Asia with his first major solo exhibition. With the show comes a new print release as well titled Show Me.

Above Second located in Hong Kong is excited to release a new print by Tristan Eaton in conjunction with his solo exhibition "Changing the Subject" opening October 30th, 2014. The print is available in two editions (one of which is hand-embellished). The prints are hand-signed and numbered by the artist and come with a special tote bag commemorating the exhibition.

"Show Me"
Edition 1 - 20 16" x 20" inches
Hand-embellished Giclée print on 300 gsm archival cotton rag
HKD$ 3000 / $390 USD

"Show Me"
Edition 1 - 70 16" x 20" inches
Giclée print on 300 gsm archival cotton rag
HKD$ 1800 / $235 USD

Contact info@above-second.com to reserve!

Above Second is proud to present: ‘Changing the Subject’ Original works by Tristan Eaton (USA)

Opening Reception:
Thursday October 30th, 2014 from 7:00 – 10:00 PM
Exhibition dates: October 30 – November 22, 2014
Location: 9 First St, Ground Floor, Sai Ying Pun, HK
RSVP: info@above-second.com

The subject of this new body of work is dedicated to the precious yet fading memories associated with human connections. Human behavior, mistakes, glory and failure are all as inspiring to him as the human figure itself. In painting his subjects, Eaton sets out to portray them not literally, but to conjure all the ephemera and visual noise that’s associated with them in memory. Very often when you think of an old friend or a new love, you don’t only see their face, you see a channel surfing montage of everything associated with them. This mental collage of emotions, memories and images is what he stitches together in his portraits.

All works are a mixed media on cradled wood panels. Each painting features hand painted figurative elements, with additional details executed with spray paint and stencil, silk-screen, collage, pencil and brush work. Every color is sprayed one at a time – a very intensive process – then hand drawn and painted, silk-screened and collaged.

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