We Have The Best Scenery Here
風景這邊獨好

Two painters are having dialogues through their landscape paintings.
A dialogue between two painters:

Virginia on Argus
His painting process encapsulates a micro world transformed into one with endless night skies and boundless mountains. And between it all, exists people with their own diversity. Perhaps this dream scape is something which he desires.

Argus on Virginia
Her landscape painting evokes the feeling of an old photo with it’s faded colour and over-exposed lighting, yet there is a curious shade of red. What could the red signify? Could it be the moment a sun sets and the night breeze sweeps in? Or even a red gas that replaces the very air we breathe in?

兩個繪畫人以他們的風景畫作交流對談。
繪畫人對談語錄:

Virginia:「Argus的繪畫過程尤如把一個微觀的世界化成了遼闊的星空和巍峨的山川,寓意在穹蒼底下住著不一樣的人。這片夢裏的大地也許是他心內的期盼。」

Argus:「Virginia在繪畫裏敍述的風景,仿似脫色或過度曝曬的舊照片。唯獨留下異常的鮮紅。這是夕陽西下晚風輕拂的時分,還是紅色毒氣取代氧氣的時代……」


Exhibition Period
9 October - 12 November 2021
11:00 - 20:00 (Closed on Sundays & Public Holidays)

Opening Reception
11 October 2021, 6pm

Notice
   
Exhibition period and opening hours may be subject to change in view of the situation of the pandemic, please stay tuned to our updates.
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Artists:

Virginia LO

Virginia LO was born in Hong Kong. She received her Master of Fine Art degree and Bachelor of Arts (Fine Art) degree, co-presented by RMIT University and Hong Kong Art School, in 2005 and 2002 respectively. In 2001, LO received the membership of Golden Key International Honor Society. She is currently a part-time lecturer at Hong Kong Art School.

Argus FONG

FONG Tsz Leong, Argus, received his BA (Fine Art) degree from Royal Melbourne Institute of Technology (RMIT) University in 2015, major in painting.Argus’ work is like a collection of piecemeal fragments in his everyday life – a collection of seemingly unrelated bits and parts as in a photomontage. The work reflects his interpretations on identities and human natures.Inspired by the traces on the objects, most of his works are oil paintings on wasted materials, and are characterised by his expressive linear brushstrokes.