Ex­hi­bi­tions

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Streetease Ex­hi­bi­tion by Mr. Brain­wash and SEEN

Since a hum­ble start in back al­leys and sub­ways, street art has been el­e­vated to its own, highly sought af­ter artis­tic move­ment. The walls of Opera Gallery, which have pre­vi­ously held by Cha­gall and Pi­casso, will be graced by the can­vases of two of the best known street artists around: the con­tro­ver­sial Mr. Brain­wash from LA and long-time New

York vet­eran, SEEN. Through May 26. Opera Gallery Hong Kong, G/F-3/F, W Place, 52 Wyn­d­ham St., Cen­tral, 2810-1208. oper­a­gallery.com/ang/asia/hong-kong.html.

Janet Pan­cho Gupta Pho­tog­ra­phy Ex­hibit

Hong Kong pho­tog­ra­pher Janet Pan­cho Gupta in­vites you to see the city through her cam­era lens, from daz­zlingly sur­real macro shots to her stark, black-and-white cap­tures of ev­ery­day life. Through Jun 4. Cul­ture Club Gallery, 15 El­gin St., Cen­tral, janet­pan­choguptafin­eart.com.

Rem­plir Les Blancs French Sa­lon

Trans­port your­self, briefly, to an artis­tic Parisian sa­lon. For Le French May, artist Emily Chau and mu­si­cian Zoe Kwok have teamed up for a mu­sic and art ex­hi­bi­tion, fea­tur­ing sketches and art that evoke lively Parisian street scenes: open-air cafes, book­stores, park life and more. May 28-Jun 9, 2pm. Con­cert: May 28, 7:00. Run­ning Horse Lantern,

2/F, 204 Prince Ed­ward Rd. West, Prince Ed­ward, emi­ly­chau.com. $120 at the door.

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