Mirage: A Conversation between Tang Ying Chi vs Lau Ching Ping Exhibition

2012-02-17 11:00 - 2012-03-18 20:00

Mirage: A Conversation between Tang Ying Chi vs Lau Ching Ping Exhibition

When: 17 Feb 2012 to 18 Mar 2012
Where: Lumenvisum, JCCAC
Opening: 17 Feb 2012 Fri 18:00-20:00

Mirage A Conversation between Tang Ying Chi vs Lau Ching Ping Exhibition


After the success of last year's "Posing Museum: A Conversation between Luke Ching & Ducky Tse Exhibition", Lumenvisum proudly announces the second exhibition of the "Conversation between Artist and Photographer Series". The artist Tang Ying Chi and photographer Lau Ching Ping are invited for this year's conversation series. Throughout the dialogue between the two artists with distinctive artistic backgrounds, they have started their discussion from the topic of the way of creation, visual thinking to presentment and reality, finally to decide their exhibition theme on city and vanishing. Both artists feel the city is as vague and unreal as a mirage. Light is their meeting point; it creates imagination and vision for both of them to apply to the scenes of the city by painting and photography.


About the Artists
Tang Ying Chi received BA (Fine Art Hons) from Goldsmiths College of the University of London in England and MFA, DFA from RMIT University respectively. Tang's works have been exhibited in Hong Kong and overseas. She has also received numerous awards and residency: Artist-in-Residence at Chiangmai University, Thailand, fully sponsored by Hong Kong Arts Development Council (2012), Artist-in-Residence at WCJ (2011-12), Artist-in-Residence at Lingnan University, Hong Kong (2011), British Council, Hong Kong 60 anniversary, People of the Time (2008), Artist-in-Residence at the Re-Wanchai: Hong Kong International Artists' Workshop (2005), Artist of the Art-in-Neighbourhood Scheme by Art Promotion Office (2002), Asian Art Now Award, Asian Art Now, Asian Cultural Exchange Association (2001), Funding from Canada (1993-2000), Exhibition Grants from Hong Kong Arts Development Council (2000 to present), Urban Council Fine Arts Awards, Contemporary Hong Kong Art Biennial (1996). Tang works from painting to fabric installation to communicate issues of identity, culture and possibilities of communication. Her works have been collected internationally. Apart from an active artist, Tang also works as curator and editor.

Lau Ching Ping studied design and photography in HK Swire school of design. Exhibitions: "City Flaneur: Social Documentary Photography" in HK Heritage Museum, "City Vibrance" & "Contemporary HK Art Biennial" in HK Museum of Art, "HK: Man and environment","Contemporary Photography from Mainland China, HK & Taiwan","Hong Kong Four-Cast" The University Museum and Art Gallery HKU, Guangdong Museum of Art, Guangzhou; "Lianzhou International Photo Festival 2006", "2011 Pingyao International Photo Festival". Co-editor of "Dislocation" magazine, HK Photo culture association member. Part-time lecturer of the Chinese university of HK.


Lumenvisum Inf.
Opening Hours
17 Feb 2012: Fri 18:00-20:00
18 Feb 2012 to 18 Mar 2012: 11:00-18:00, Closed on Monday
Tel: 852-31779159
Email: info@lumenvisum.org
Web: www.lumenvisum.org
Add: Lumenvisum, L2-10, JCCAC, 30 Pak Tin Street, Shek Kip Mei, Kowloon, Hong Kong


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