The two artists – Wilson Shieh and Tse Yim On are good friends as well as past classmates, they both graduated with MFA degrees from the Chinese University of Hong Kong in 2001. Even though their art creations vary in terms of style, their works surround and belong to a similar theme, making their paintings perfect complementation of each other. The exhibition is a celebration of the 20th anniversary of their graduation and it showcases their new paintings, together with exciting collaborative works.
Why it matters:
Shieh and Tse present colorful works that depict the memorable icons that most influenced their teenage years and young adulthood. From the cover of an album to the iconic faces of well-known celebrities at that time. Timeless stars such as Leslie Cheung hold a place in the hearts of Hong Kong people, representing the glorious years of Hong Kong Entertainment that dominated the world culturally. The new collaborative works are also created with their unique style, with Shieh’s traditional Chinese Gonbi ink painting and also Tse’s contemporary acrylics with vivid colors.
- The exhibition shows a series of Rock Album cover inspired by Chinese porcelain pattern
- The two collaborative works include the Chinese culture of Mahjong and elements of modern technology.
Background: 石家豪 · 謝炎安 Wilson Shieh · Tse Yim On
- Wilson Shieh, being trained with traditional Chinese gongbi ink painting technique, produces signature work with contemporary theme and local accent.
- Tse Yim On, a local trained acrylic painter, combines contemporary art languages with pop culture and sub-culture in his works which reflect the inner vision of the artist.
Remember to observe the intricate details of each paintings!
男 子 雙 打 – 石 家 豪 x 謝 炎 安
DOUBLE MEN – Wilson Shieh x Tse Yim On
2021.11.5 – 2021.11.16
11:00 – 19:00
香港 中環半山 鴨巴甸街 35 號 元創方 士丹頓樓 S503 – S504 室
Room S503 – S504, Staunton Building, PMQ,
35 Aberdeen Street, Mid-level Central, Hong Kong
Courtesy to PMQ and the Artists