The Charles Munka for JOYCE Exhibition is a captivating series of installation pieces reflective of the Hong-Kong based French artist's style. The gritty fusion of abstract street graffiti and historic references is imaginative and worldly.
The wall climbing canvases exhibit Munka's illustrative abstract doodles that surround visitors with a visually hectic environment. The childlike drawings appear as if they have been ripped straight out of Munka's sketchbook. The site-specific installations take inspiration from artifacts and primordial civilizations. The decal floor stickers are replicas of floor plans from ancient Egyptian buildings; the neon light sculpture is a snapshot of the famed Rosetta Stone motif.
The Charles Munka for JOYCE Exhibition celebrates the artist's talent for pushing creative boundaries and honoring iconic fashion influencers.
Wall Climbing Illustrations
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Masterful Camo Murals
Spraypaint Can Community Art
Xeroxed Graffiti Art
Intimate Graffiti Documentaries
Patriotic Street Art
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