- October, 02, 2018 0:00 〜 October, 08, 2018 0:00
- KWONG,KONG,NG and CHIU滞在成果展示”Versus / 対比”
KWONG,KONG,NG and CHIU滞在成果展示”Versus / 対比“
SCHEDULE：OCTOBER 2（TUE）〜OCTOBER 8（SUN）9AM~9PM
VENUE ：Sapporo Tenjinyama Art Studio
Blur: “Tenji”, both in Chinese and Japanese means the god in heaven. The Tenjiyama of Hokkaido, Japan, a place that with fruitful religious history is believed as one of the fortified points of god. When 4 Hong Kong artists who all have different beliefs come to this mountain, through the encounter between the myths of China and Japan, “Versus” is the way that they found harmony in diversity. To explore the deepest desires of human-beings, which are beyond geography, nationality, even time and numerous psychical factors, myth is a mirror of our original inner.
KONG Yuk Yee, Fatina
Kong Yuk Yee graduated from the Academy of Visual Art, Hong Kong Baptist University in 2015. Her paintings are characterized by their subtle color gradation and the desert environment. The artist developed a practice based on Color Field painting and Impressionism, with the ongoing influence by Chinese painting.
NG Yin Lam, Ann
Ng born in the Mainland China. She received a B.A from the Academy of Visual Arts, Hong Kong Baptist University in 2015. Her works had been exhibited in Hong Kong, Taiwan and Berlin.
CHIU Yin Man, Dabie
Graduated from Academy of Visual Arts, Hong Kong Baptist University in 2015, Chiu Yin Man, Dabie is an emerged ink artist based in Hong Kong. Her creative ideas were mainly expressed via contemporary ink art. Chiu started to be active after graduation through participating in exhibitions and as organizer in various kinds of art projects. Her works have been shown in Hong Kong, Japan and New York.
KWONG Man Chun
Kwong Man Chun graduated from the Academy of Visual Arts, Hong Kong Baptist University in 2013. He is a painter interested in exploring complex emotional sediments embodied by local histories, memories and anecdote stories. His works have been shown in Hong Kong, Mainland China, New York and Australia.