In what is set to be a defining moment in London’s art scene this year, HOFA Gallery will launch their new flagship space in the heart of London’s prestigious Mayfair on 18 March 2020. The highly anticipated state-of-the-art 4000 sq. ft space will see HOFA make their permanent mark on the art world to the delight of collectors and enthusiasts in London and international art markets.
HOFA will commemorate the launch with an inaugural exhibition featuring a new and innovative collection of captivating and vibrant sculptural paintings of renowned contemporary artist, Zhuang Hong Yi. Colourful, exquisitely detailed and inspired by nature, Zhuang’s 3-dimensional paintings have been a favourite with collectors since his emergence as an artist of reckoning. His ‘Flowerbed’ and ‘Landscape’ series have won him the attention of art connoisseurs globally.
Zhuang’s newest and most daring explorations of colour and structure within these series will make their début at the March 2020 solo exhibition. Developed in his signature sculptural style which captures his visceral expressions on canvas, the art to be unveiled highlight Zhuang’s journey of artistic discovery and self-development. The show promises to mark a major milestone in the evolution of this artist whose work endlessly fascinate and intrigue even as they harken to the sometimes-chaotic beauty of nature.
HOFA Gallery has built a reputation for representing ground-breaking contemporary artists and producing some of the most well-received art exhibitions of recent times in their galleries spread across London, Los Angeles and Mykonos. Their current portfolio of 30 global artists includes headline names such as Marco Grassi, Joseph Klibanksy, Camille Hannah, Emmanuella Rybojad and Loribelle Spirovski as well as other acclaimed Asian artists like Ilhwa Kim and Wang Ziling.
Founded by Elio D'Anna and Simonida Pavicevic in 2012, HOFA Gallery has grown exponentially in a few years, largely due to their commitment to diversity and foresight in supporting talented emerging artists from around the world. HOFA's rich portfolio of artworks in diverse media has also proven to be a strong selling point as it affords collectors and art lovers a taste of the various artistic disciplines that characterise contemporary art today.
The scheduled launch of the flagship gallery has been years in the making. Describing the significance of the event, co-founder, Elio D'Anna, says "From this year we will be in a better position to bring the most exceptional contemporary artworks to the world’s stage, and create lasting success for the artists who created them and our collectors who acquire them. Our vision is to nurture diversity and cultural inclusiveness in the world of contemporary art through excellence, integrity and innovation."
Simonida Pavicevic adds, “Zhuang’s inaugural exhibition will be the first of many innovative and ground-breaking shows we curate in 2020.”
Also speaking of the launch, Zhuang Hong Yi says, "HOFA Gallery and I have had the great pleasure of growing stronger together. I am proud of our business relationship and friendship, and I am excited for this next chapter, and most honoured to have been selected to headline the opening exhibition of their flagship gallery."
The warmth and shared aspirations at the heart of HOFA’s relationships with their artists are yet more auspicious indications of the gallery's bright future this year and beyond.
HOFA’s new gallery is located at 11 Bruton Street in Mayfair, London. The inaugural exhibition features Zhuang Hong Yi’s new collection from 18 March to 7 April 2020.
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