In December 2019 I was very happy to be included in this excellent group exhibition of Hong Kong artists. The works had to be ‘on paper’ and as a sculptor I chose to make sculptural pieces from paper I had ‘made’ in the studio.
Here is the press release:
“On December 11th (6:00pm) the reception of the exhibit ‘What’s on Paper’ in the Visual Art Center (Admiralty, Hong Kong Park) is destined to be a shining gala. It has gathered 36 crème de la crème local artists in presenting their recent works on paper. Quite a few extremely influential teachers from various universities including Siu Kee Ho, David Clarke, Lukas Tam, Jane Liu, Cornelia Erdmann, Chun Fei Chow etc. will be presented. Works of Frog King Kwok and Shirley Tse, who had represented Hong Kong in the Venice Biennale 2011 and 2019 respectively, will be shown. Furthermore multi-discipline artists’ works, for instance Zunzi, Night Fung, Poon san, Gerard Henry and Tim Li, will meet the public. Last but not least Uncle Chim and Aries Lee, both have coined their names in the Hong Kong art history are taking part, which makes the exhibition a ‘Not to miss’. All art lovers are warmly invited to come and cheer for this artist self-motivated and organized party! “