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Adam Beris @ OTI Hong Kong

Despite the ongoing protests and civil unrest, I squeezed in some time to visit the OTI gallery to take a glance at the Adam Beris exhibit. I was able to visit this exhibit thanks to Juxtapoz Magazine's article related to this post. 
I never knew who Adam Beris was until I saw this exhibit, and I was very glad to be able to visit the gallery to look at the work live. 
The photos do not do the paintings justice as they are much more colorful than when compared to the images that I have posted. The yellow lighting that the gallery used to present the work really makes the colors pop, and if you ever get the chance to see his work, you will feel that colorful, vibrant energy pop out of the canvas. 
When you enter the gallery you will be able to get a whiff of a strange musky scent that I wasn't too fond of, but it was a familiar smell. I presumed it was coming from the canvases, and the materials that were used to paint it. I assumed it was oil paints, mainly because of the scen…

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