Contemporary Hong Kong art

by CRTV

噓秋奏 Trio of hiss, 水墨設色絹本  Ink and colour on silk, 45cm x 100cm (2015)

噓秋奏 Trio of hiss, 水墨設色絹本 Ink and colour on silk, 45cm x 100cm, 2015

How is artist’s life in Hong Kong? What are the themes of their works? What inspires them? Listen to the interviews with two young artists from Hong Kong: Zaffer Sui-ying Chan and Kensou Kwun Ting Ho.

橘簾 Flaming Trumpet 水墨設色紙本 Ink and colour on silk, 93cm x 97cm (2015)

橘簾 Flaming Trumpet 水墨設色紙本 Ink and colour on silk, 93cm x 97cm (2015)

Zaffer CHAN Sui-ying was born in 1991, Hong Kong. Graduated from Fine Arts Department at the Chinese University of Hong Kong, she worked primarily with fine brush Chinese painting technique, using meticulous contours to depict flower and nature. She sees painting as a way of awakening indescribable sensations, like ambiguous feeling and mood. CHAN has received several awards including Wucius Wong Modern Ink Painting Award, Hong Kong Chinese Meticulous Painting Association Creative Award and Grotto fine art award. She has participated in various solo and joint exhibitions, and her works are amassed by private collectors.

卡式.二 In the Emptiness of Cassette in YY9 Gallery in Chai Wan (HK).

卡式.二 In the Emptiness of Cassette in YY9 Gallery in Chai Wan (HK).

Kensou HO Kwun Ting is a fresh young artist. He works full-time as a Design and Technology Technician in a secondary school. He practise his art in the weekend or during night time after his work.

 

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