Jacky Tsai works to establish balance and harmony between cultural extremes. His original style, featuring of references to western pop art in combination with eastern artistry, re-imagines the concept of beauty to be appreciated by viewer of all different cultural heritages.
Jacky Tsai (b. 1984, Shanghai, China) graduated from China Academy of Art in 2006, and obtained a postgraduate degree in Communication Design from Central St. Martins, London in 2008. Tsai is the leading Chinese contemporary pop artist and is best known as the creator of British fashion designer Alexander McQueen’s iconic floral skull. His works have been exhibited worldwide, his most recent solo exhibitions include: “Future Past II” (Hong Kong, 2016), “Culture Clash” (New York, 2016) and “Harmonious Society” (London, 2016). The artist currently lives and works in London, UK.