New York Minute: As part of the “Time Travel” project, JPS Gallery has set up a New York Subway and station art installation featuring the works of local artists Afa Annfa, Chino Lam, and street art legend Cope2 at Belowground, a contemporary retail space in Landmark. Inspired by the 1980s classic movie Somewhere in Time, the exhibition invites you to step back in time via the subway door, bringing you back to the New York City where Cope2 and his crew were creating distinctive tags and graffiti.
The subway installation features seven large-scale collaborative paintings and murals, celebrating street art and culture across generations, incorporating Afa’s delicate artistic language and Chino’s signature character, Jiro, with the virtuoso graffiti of Cope2.
Don’t forget to visit the solo exhibition of Cope2 on view in the gallery’s location in Landmark Atrium.
Where? Belowground, B/F, Landmark Atrium, 15 Queen’s Road, Central
When? Now through May 16, 2021
How much? Free admission
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