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video. Art and creativity meet for eco-friendly graphics at Hong Kong gallery

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The Hong Kong Art Fair offered its visitors discounted sculptures, some made from single-use (non-recyclable) plastic, in order to promote creativity and sustainability. The exhibition includes prominent artists such as Fouad Set, of Algerian origin and French origin, known for his work as the “Colorful Chicken” character, and the Korean artist Jung Chan, who designed colorful sculptures made of plastic straws. The session displays 11 contemporary artworks from more than 95 local and international exhibitors. Vienna will be the next stop for the exhibition, from May 22 to 25.

The Hong Kong Art Fair offered its visitors discounted sculptures, some made from single-use (non-recyclable) plastic, in order to promote creativity and sustainability. The exhibition includes prominent artists such as Fouad Set, of Algerian origin and French origin, known for his work as the “Colorful Chicken” character, and the Korean artist Jung Chan, who designed colorful sculptures made of plastic straws. The session displays 11 contemporary artworks from more than 95 local and international exhibitors. Vienna will be the next stop for the exhibition, from May 22 to 25.