Emmanuel Monzon is a photographer and visual artist, living and working in Seattle. He has exhibited his works in France (Paris), Singapore, USA (New York, Los Angeles, Seattle, Portland, TX, CO), London. He has also participated in several arts fairs and collective exhibitions. He graduated from the Beaux Arts in Paris, with honors (Vladimir Velikovick), and also holds a degree in Visual Arts. ENTER THE VOID is his first solo exhibition in Asia.


The work of Emmanuel Monzon focuses primarily on the idea of urban sprawling and the expansion of its periphery. Monzon photographs banality as though it were a Romantic painting, trying only to be “stronger than this big nothing” in controlling the space by framing the subject. Monzon’s aesthetic of the banal obeys its own rules : a ban on living objects, a precise geometrical organization, and the revelation of a specific physical and mental landscape blurring the lines between city and suburb, between suburb and countryside, a process that results in an independent identity.

« This aesthetic of the void in my photographic work attempts to understand our current environment : can it be one of de-civilization? « E.Monzon

Join us for the opening of our very first exhibition in 2017 – E N T E R   T H E   V O I D – presenting 15 selected pieces of photography work of award-winning, Seattle based visual artist Emmanuel Monzon. The artist will be present to launch this one-month exhibition, running across the annual Art Basel in Hong Kong 2017 art fair, enabling international art collectors, journalists and exhibition-goers to view this rare collection.

During the opening day, a dance creation especially created after Monzon’s art works will be performed two times, at 6.30 and 7.30pm by dancer Siobhan Dumigan (IAM Concepts Company).

Opening Saturday 25 February 6pm

Artist & Curator meeting  I   Contemporary dance performance  I   Drinks & bites  I   Free entrance-25 February ~ 25 March 2017


Dedicated to art & culture, CHARBON is an hybrid, multipurpose art space which offers to the public exhibitions throughout the year, but also artist sharing & talks, film documentaries and movies screenings, live shows (drama, contemporary dance), a library (where one can consult art books while savour a complimentary coffee or organic tea) and workstations.

The purpose here is to create a place full of art and full of life, to host people working, chatting, reading, making, exchanging, meeting and making noise, to provoque blends of different types of artistic expressions.

Opening hours during exhibitions : Tue. to Sat. 1pm~7pm or by appointments  here  / special events schedule now or soon

CHARBON  8/F Sing Tek Factory, 44 Wong Chuk Hang. Aberdeen. Hong Kong.  I  T: 6906 233   I