Museum Belowground

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Time Out says

Following the success of the immersive Time Travel exhibition, which transformed Landmark's basement into an underground subway station in the 1980s, JPS Gallery returns to present a brand new exhibition titled Museum Belowground.

Inspired by the British Museum, the exhibition features the works of 16 different artists, fusing the worlds of street, pop, and contemporary art together in one space. From extraterrestrial Sphinx-like beings created by Hong Kong artist Prodip Leung to a 'crying' Moai statue by street and contemporary artist Pure Evil, and an life-size paper sculpture installation of the Barminski Art Store – a museum store by Barminski’s studio – featuring its very own security guard, the exhibition is a far cry from your typical trip to the museum. A highly recommended show to catch!

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