Xeme & Sinic "KOWLOON" Exhibition Recap

Artists Xeme and Sinic pay tribute to the “King of Kowloon,” Tsang Tsou Choi, in a new exhibit

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Artists Xeme and Sinic pay tribute to the “King of Kowloon,” Tsang Tsou Choi, in a new exhibit titled “KOWLOON.” Inspired by the work of Hong Kong’s original graffiti artist, Xeme and Sinic both continue on the longstanding work of Tsang through scribble and calligraphy. The show runs from August 5 through August 28 at the Shinkong Mitsukoshi Culture Hall in Taichung City, Taiwan.

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