Monday, September 24, 2007


Frequently Answered Questions is the first solo show of Chris Rubino’s work in Hong Kong.

Hosted by the Academy of Visuals Arts, the exhibit will consist of all new print work, mostly one of a kind screenprints. The work and the exhibition is inspired by overheard conversations (in public) as well as conversations directed at/or with the artist, all of which have taken place in the past year. The work is an abstract narrative within six 30 foot prints as well as a number of smaller heavily layered images.

Chris Rubino is a New York City-based artist/designer whose work has been exhibited in Europe, Japan, Hong Kong and the U.S. He recently has created Commercial artwork for such clients as The New York Times, Banana Republic & The NY Public Theater. He also runs a Brooklyn-based silk-screen studio named Studio18Hundred that makes limited edition posters for bands such as The Rapture, The Brian Jonestown Massacre and Vetiver.

Some of his work can be found in a number of recent book publications including Die Gestalten's A Book Designed to Help, Romantik, IDN Iconography, Maximalism & Sonic/Visuals for Music. A series of his posters has recently been added to the permanent collection at the Museum of Design in Zurich.

Chris Rubino was chosen as a 2006 ADC Young Gun.

FAQs: Frequently Answered Questions
October 9th to November 4th 2007
Academy of Visual Arts, Hong Kong