Hong Kong-based French artist Charles Munka is showing off some of his latest works for JOYCE in Hong Kong. His aim was to showcase a number of current canvas and mural projects, combined with a dedicated installation at the gallery. The installation is a neon rendering of a close-up taken from the famed Rosetta Stone. The stickers on the floor around the centerpiece were taken from architectural plans of ancient Egyptian ruins along the Nile River. Munka’s expressive style is traditionally a refreshing blend of abstract, contemporary and historically-inspired elements, and this new exhibition front in center in JOYCE’s vestibule is no exception.
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