Shepard Fairey: Visual Disobedience
Time Out says
American street artist Shepard Fairey has created public murals around Hong Kong to go with his new exhibition showcasing his iconic 'Hope' and Obey posters
Presented by The Hong Kong Contemporary Art Foundation, renowned American street artist Shepard Fairey has created public murals around Hong Kong to complement his new exhibition, which showcases a collection of his work spanning from his iconic 'Hope' poster featuring Barack Obama, his 'Andrew the Giant Has a Posse' stickers, works created with Obey clothing, and everything in between. Known for his socially and politically thought-provoking works, the exhibition shows Fairey's evolution over the years, touching upon themes likes environmental issues.
Murals can be found around Hollywood Road, outside Sai Ying Pun MTR station and Cornwall House in Quarry Bay.