Monday, February 20, 2012

Exhibition until March 15, 2012. At Feast Projects, Hong Kong.
In an artist curated show, FEAST Projects exhibits selected works of seven gallery artists: expressing their perspectives and insights into the human experience. The main themes explored are subjectivity and personal narrative, and individual conflict with the dictates of globalization and mass communication. "The word 'accrochage' in French has a double meaning: hanging and skirmish. The works hanging are also struggling to expose the dilemmas we are confronted with in our contemporary world," states Philippe Koutouzis, Director of FEAST Projects. On view will be works of gallery artists: Feng ShuoFensterbankLiu Wei (b.1965)Marlène MocquetCarr PattersonTie Ying and Xie Lei.
Tie Ying, Landscape 01, 2008, color print

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