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1 Prince's Terrace
Mid-level, Hong Kong Island
Hong Kong

JM Robert

Urban Asian by emerging Street Art artist JM Robert.

The French artist is a globetrotter between two worlds, which are worlds apart. Coming from the old continent to Asia, JM Robert tries to come closer to this new Asian world. On his second journey he portrays Asian women, focusing on their faces, to show their deep emotions and their feelings of being confronted with an extremely diverse, fast-paced and vibrant mega-city-life such as Hong Kong offers. JM Robert carefully interprets such faces and transforms them in a powerful art force. Urban Asian is an intimate survey of human sensitivities by JM Robert.

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Femininity, 2016

“Tout lui semblait possible
Spray, Ink, Acrylic
66 x 100 cm
2016

“Encore un instant
Spray, Ink, Acrylic
73 x 116 cm
2016

“Dévoilement
Spray, Ink, Acrylic
81 x 116 cm
2016

“Incandescense” 
Spray, Ink, Acrylic
81 x 116 cm
2016


"Sans artifices”  Spray, Ink, Acrylic 116 x 81 cm 2016

"Sans artifices” 
Spray, Ink, Acrylic
116 x 81 cm
2016


Urban Asia, 2015

“Elle attendait ce moment ”/“Waiting for that moment”
Spray, Ink, Acrylic
81 x 60 cm
2015

“Elle l’a reconnu immediatement”    / “She recognized him immediately”
Spray, Ink, Acrylic
120 x 80 cm
2015                                                              

“Elle se souvient de son enface”/“She remembers her childhood”
Spray, Ink, Acrylic
116 x 81 cm
2015                                                              

“Que regarde t’elle?”/“What is she looking?
Spray, Ink, Acrylic
116 x 81 cm
2015


“En attendant son detour”/“Waiting him to come back”
Spray, Ink, Acrylic
120 x 80 cm
2015

“Elle aimerait revenir”/“She wants to come back”
Spray, Ink, Acrylic
81 x 60 cm
2015

“Elle a ressenti le bonheur”/“She felt happiness”
Spray, Ink, Acrylic
116 x 81 cm
2015


“Que feront t'elles?”/“What will they do?”
Spray, Ink, Acrylic
Two-piece: 116 x 162 cm
2015

“Elle se remémore ce moment”/“She remembers that moment”
Spray, Ink, Acrylic
81 x 116 cm
2015

The Hong Kong art gallery “Art Supermarket” is honoured to showcase Urban Asian by emerging Street Art artist JM Robert. The French artist is a globetrotter between two worlds, which are worlds apart. Coming from the old continent to Asia, JM Robert tries to come closer to this new Asian world. On his second journey he portrays Asian women, focusing on their faces, to show their deep emotions and their feelings of being confronted with an extremely diverse, fast-paced and vibrant mega-city-life such as Hong Kong offers. JM Robert carefully interprets such faces and transforms them in a powerful art force. Urban Asian is an intimate survey of human sensitivities by JM Robert.

As growing artist, JM Robert is part of the top 10 artists to absolutely follow on artsper.com and one of his painting was projected on the Arc de Triomphe (Paris) during the celebration of 2016 new year.

Haute Street Art, 2013

“Regarder les choses en face”
Acrylic & Spray
70 x 100 cm
2013

“Et si c'etait comme ca”
Acrylic & Spray
54 x 64,5 cm
2013

“Tout reste a dire”
Acrylic & Spray
70 x 100 cm
2013

“Ce que vous en pensez”
Acrylic & Spray
54 x 64,5 cm
2013


“Fille 1 – 4”
Acrylic & Spray
23 x 23 cm framed
2013


“Jamais indifferente”
Acrylic & Spray
89 x 116 cm
2013

   

 

 

 

 


“N'en croyez rien”
Acrylic & Spray
89 x 116 cm
2013

 

 

 


“Chair 1”
Mixed media
2013


“Chair 2”
Mixed media
2013


“High Heels”
Mixed media
2013

 


“High Heels”
Mixed media
2013


The damaged walls of buildings fascinate JM Robert. He always feels the thrill in front of deteriorated and degraded walls, this is his source of inspiration. On one hand he tries to develop his own aesthetic design of ruins, on the other hand his paintings want to speak a contemporary language that reflects the history and story of our cities.