Zhuang Hong Yi’s Colour Changing Rice Paper Flower Beds

Zhuang’s latest exhibition will be presented in a thrilling format, split across two resplendent venues belonging to HOFA Gallery. The first part will take place from 19th to 25th March in their St James’s gallery, then moves seamlessly to the highly anticipated new HOFA Gallery Mayfair opening on 58 Maddox Street (corner with New Bond Street) from 26th March until the 8th April.

Zhuang Hong Yi
As the UK’s top-selling Asian artist, with his works appreciating every year 20% to 40%, Zhuang Hong Yi has been enlightening the art industry for years. He has exhibited at all
the renowned global art fairs – including Scope in NYC, Tefaf, and Art Basel – with exhibitions and shows proving a sell out before opening night.

His soon to be unaffordable works are heavily inspired by Chinese materials and Dutch culture and his Radiance exhibition epitomises these influences. The unique colour changing the ability of his flowerbeds from different focal points has led Zhuang to patent his highly skilled technique, something only a handful of artists in the world has ever achieved.

Art Advisory Consultant and Founder of The House of Fine Art Gallery Simonida Pavicevic, said, “HOFA Gallery” has been proud to exclusively represented Zhuang Hong Yi for over five years in London and the UK.”

She added, “We are very excited about the opening of our Mayfair gallery on the 26th of March, and Zhuang was the obvious choice for our inaugural exhibition, as he represents the essence of HOFA.”