Swiss Chocolate is a pop up show consists of a excellent selection of artists by curator and founder of Kolly Gallery – Julien Kolly.
The goal of the exhibition is representing Swiss quality in urban and graffiti arts as Kolly Gallery has been proving in Zurich since 2014.
The show is a continuation of Swiss Cheese, which took place last year at the same time. Swiss Chocolate presents the best French and German urban graffiti artists. The exhibition aims to show emerging artists, who do not have regular shows in Paris. The exhibition will show a variety of different media used by the artists.
MOSES & TAPS™ are popular for their conceptual strength as well as a dash of scandal in their artistic projects. L’Outsider is one of the rare talents who still works out incredible pieces using only scripture. Zest synthesizes various influences in his pieces: abstract painting with figurative impulses, undeniable technical skills as well as wild-style graffiti roots. Lenz constructs his artistic worlds by matching one LEGO brick next to another, without loosing any of the graffiti character. The title of the exhibit seems to be precisely chosen. The realization of Swiss Chocolate is quite comparable to the production of Swiss chocolate itself. Kolly Gallery invested a long time to prepare and filter the right ingredients to make this an exclusive exhibition with outstanding taste. As well as Swiss chocolate the artworks are a delightful pleasure. The artist s themselves bring along strong built and long lasting careers.
Finally this exhibition promises credibility for all represented artists, high quality standards of the artworks as well as a very tasteful composition of Graffiti Art. All artworks are top secret until the opening of the exhibition. They will not be revealed until the opening, in order to keep up with the high Swiss discretion standards.
After tasting Swiss Chocolate the viewer will be left with nothing but a sweet yet spicy aftertaste.
Last but not least, do not forget: “Everyone loves Swiss Chocolate!“
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