Cityseen  _dsf1309.jpgAfter his arrest last week, Parisian street artist ZEVS will be hanging out in Hong Kong for a while. The logo liquidator’s court case, for pouring black paint over a Chanel sign on the city’s Chater House, is adjourned until August according to the South China Morning Post. ZEVS was out of jail in time for his show opening at Art Statements Gallery, including an “anti-climatic” performance in which a “model sat down and bared her back as ZEVS dripped white paint on her with a syringe.” However, with paint damage estimated at $860 thousand, authorities are holding his passport, keeping him close by and forcing him to cancel a project in New York. After the jump, a video profile filmed just prior to his arrest.