BIGBANG’s G-Dragon uncovered a portion of the paintings he drew himself his first exhibition “Untitled 2017” at the Dopeness Art Lab in Taipei starting August 1!
On August 5, YG Entertainment shared, “[The pieces in] the exhibit in question are original paintings that G-Dragon painted prior to his enlistment that was printed onto acrylic frames to be commercialized. Merchandise manufacturing company UNWRAPP is cooperating with a business partner from China, and the [paintings] will be exhibited and sold in August in celebration of G-Dragon’s birthday month.”
The exhibition contains a total of seven paintings, including one enormous piece titled “Untitled 2017” alongside six other pieces that make up “Flower Road.” Only 300 copies of “Untitled 2017” were made, and each copy is being sold for $518. Each piece in the “Flower Road” series is sold for $218, and 700 copies of each piece are accessible for purchase. To control the groups, just 40 individuals can enter during each show.
Further subtleties were likewise given on the paintings. A source clarified that in the case of “Flower Road,” G-Dragon was inspired to make the artwork while looking at the view made by the audience during a concert.
Alongside G-Dragon’s seven paintings on the first floor, a work of art produced using a neon sign, two visual art pieces, and one huge sculpture made by Taiwanese fans with G-Dragon’s release date are likewise displayed in the basement.
The exhibition in Taipei will occur until August 18 and proceed in five noteworthy urban communities in Singapore, China, Thailand, Indonesia, and Hong Kong.
G-Dragon enlisted a year ago in February, and he is relied upon to be released on October 26 this year.
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