Tricky Gee Exhibition


2 December 2017 (Saturday) – 31 January 2018 (Wednesday)


10:00am – 7:00pm

Asia/Hong_Kong Tricky Gee Exhibition DATE: 2 December 2017 (Saturday) – 31 January 2018 (Wednesday)
TIME: 10:00am – 7:00pm
S104, Staunton

S104, Staunton

Fee (HKD)


Artist Statement

Life experience, however grim or outrageous, often leads to great art. And in our marketing-obsessed world, an artist’s life story can be just as important to his success as his talent. British pop artist Tricky Gee has plenty of both.

Born in 1973, Tricky graduated from the Wimbledon College of Art with 1st class honours degree in Fine Art Print & Digital Media in 2009.

Tricky is a Mexico City based artist whose practice amalgamates print techniques, painting, photography, collage, sculpture and installation. These multi-layered works are saturated with social commentary and self-examination. From smuggling to incarceration, urban cityscapes to a narco cemetery and shrines. Actions and their consequences are played out in a variety of narratives, which draw attention to facets of society that are taboo. He has exhibited in London, Bristol, Buenos Aires, Mexico City, Riviera Nayarit and Hong Kong.

Major influences are Francis Bacon, Andy Warhol, Richard Prince, Robert Rauschenberg, Christian Boltanski, Banksy, Marcus Jansen and Ed & Nancy Kienholtz.

Tricky Gee – Biography

Born in 1973

Graduated from the Wimbledon College of Art with 1st class honours degree in Fine Art Print & Digital Media in 2009. Now live and work in Mexico City.


Koestler Insider Art Award Nominee 2004

Landmark Fine Art Awards Runner-up 2009


  • Far West exhibition with Liu Ding & Yoko Ono
  • Arnolfini Gallery Bristol 2008

  • Wimbledon School of Art Degree Show
  • London 2009

  • Far West at Turner Contemporaries
  • Margate 2009

  • Galeria Casa Peru
  • Buenos Aires 2010

  • ZKM Centre Art & Media
  • Karlsruhe Germany 2011

  • Love Galeria
  • Sayulita Mexico 2014

  • Love Galeria
  • Sayulita Mexico 2015

  • Multi Layered Exhibition
  • 215 Galeria, Mexico City 2016

  • Consequence Exhibition
  • Barbers Basement Gallery, Hong Kong 2017

  • Americana Social
  • Mexico City 2017

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