Posts Tagged ‘Paintings’

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Reflecting on HK Art Basel 2014

From curators to students to artists to critics, all corners of the halls were filled with people who had a certain attraction to visual imagery; you could see their eyes widen, pupils dilate, and mouth hang open at the grand s...
by Joy Lee

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Painters’ Journey: Artist in Residence

Painters’ Journey: Artist in Residence by Nock Art Foundation The Nock Art Foundation celebrates its first artist in residency program with a grand opening at the Pao Galleries in the Hong Kong Arts Centre featuring works by ...
by Joyce Yung

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Joy Lee

Joy Lee paints and print-makes. She is the editor and co-founder of Verve Magazine. Captivated by typography, she makes cards in her own time, illustrates for her magazine, scrapbooks and designs dresses. She is an advocate for...
by RAW


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Rebel Rebel

Through out history the world of art has taken its inspiration from life as we know it, and vice versa, hence the terminology “life imitating art.”  The obsession with beauty and youth has been one of the greatest muse. Ja...
by Phong Le

Anna Rosen, Discotheque, 2013. Oil acrylic and sneakers on canvas

‘Sneakerotics’ at Edouard Malingue Gallery

“Sneakerotics: Further materials for a theory of the young-girl” The exhibition “Sneakerotics” proposes a position with regard to the parallel life of the California dream in Hong Kong: fitness, as an aesthetic category...
by Joyce Yung