“Fallen” is a unique printmaking exhibition jointly presented by two Macau-born, Canada-based sisters Bonnie Leong and Kitty Leung who always present their work as a duo. As the first show at Taipa Village Art Space in 2020, the artists exhibit a set of abstract works based on the ancient technique of printmaking, with an aim to explore the past, present and future relationships in their experience. In life, although everyone walks their own different paths, they often always exist in various self-created spaces and times. Whether our current situation can be truly in the current state, or just staying in the lost memories, or the unknown future. The authors use this work to explore the past, present and future relationships in their experience.
The different linear forms and textures of this work are not only the artists’ description of personal emotions, but also their observation and expression of the depths of the soul. We look forward to welcoming you in this artistic event. Bonnie Leong is an artist born in Macau and now based in BC Canada. Leong received her Bachelor of Visual Arts from Emily Carr University of Art and Design. Leong considers her art process a self-searching and growing journey through the years. Kitty Leung was born in Macau. She immigrated to Canada and got her Bachelor of Fine Arts from Emily Carr University of Arts and Design in 1999 and her Master of Fine Arts from York University in 2001. She is an interdisciplinary artist working in print media, installation, video, drawing and photo-based projects.
When: January 29–March 31, 2020
Where: Taipa Village Art Space, 10, Rua dos Clérigos, Taipa Village
How much: Free admission
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