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Johnson Tsang Is Back With New Figurative Distortions

From his “Lucid Dreams” series.

Hong Kong-based artist Johnson Tsang is a true whiz when it comes to creating intricate sculptures of distorted human faces. Tsang has recently unveiled new works from his series “Lucid Dreams.” These otherworldly pieces touch upon the theme of love. As Tsang puts it: “I found that I created work related to the theme of love after I made a couple of works expressing some negative messages. It seemed like I was answering with “love” to the questions arising from my work,” he says to HiFructose.

View the recent works above and then head over to Johnson Tsang’s website to view more sculptures. Elsewhere in art, Brooklyn-based artist Stickymonger is set to launch a new show at New York City’s AFA Gallery entitled “Searching for Something That Isn’t There.”

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