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On the wall are painting on canvas (top) and painting on urinal (bottom); both covered entirely by the iconic 'froggy' images. The artist was inspired by the notion of 'tagging' in graffiti art.
The works were displayed at Kwok Gallery, New York, 1982-1984. Kwok Gallery was both a studio and a residence for Frog King, though the space as a whole would often be used for exhibition purpose.
KWOK Mangho / Frog King, 蛙王, 郭孟浩
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