Exhibition & Event


Re Visit - Sara Tse Solo Exhibition (Presented by Touch Ceramics)

Time |
11am - 8pm (Every Tue-Sun)
Location |
Barrack Block 03-203
Price |
Free of charge

‘Re Visit’ - Sara Tse Solo Exhibition
Artist Sara Tse uses porcelain as her medium of expression. In this new journey she explores the city where she resides in a form of cartography, inking and mapping on porcelain the forever changing spatial characteristics and habitable traces within the boundaries of the island shore-lines. These are the very same streets historical figures Sun Yat Sen and Eileen Chang had once set foot on. In the intermingling between vanishing geography and future aspirations, “Re Visit” intensifies the sense of belonging for a place while underscoring the cosmic law of impermanence.

Touch Ceramics
Location | Shop 03-203

 

Mapping Memories Workshop @ TaiKwun - (Fully Booked) 

The well-known ceramic artist Sara Tse, whose works have been collected by M+ and also LVMH, will share her unique and also creative ceramic making technique, to turn your precious memory into an art piece of your own at TaiKwun.

Date 07/07/2018 (Sat) 2:30pm-5:30pm

AddressTouch Ceramics (Shop 03-203)
SHOP 203, 2/F, Barrack Block, No.10 Hollywood Road, Central Police Station, Hong Kong

Workshop Fee $1080 (material included)

Enquiry: hello@touchceramics.com
Tel: 2562 9000


 

**Remarks: All fees are non-refundable. And please arrange the payment in 3 days, otherwise reservation will be cancelled.


About Sara Tse
Sara Tse lives and works in Hong Kong. Graduated with BA (Hons) in Fine Arts from The Chinese University of Hong Kong and MFA from the Royal Melbourne Institute of Technology University (RMIT), Australia.

Sara is the director of “clayplay” and the chairman of the Hong Kong Contemporary Ceramic Art Association. Her works have been widely exhibited in many solo and group shows both in Hong Kong and international cities abroad. She was the recipient of Fond Des Artistes Award from Alliance Francaise, Hong Kong (2006), Award Winner for the Hong Kong Art Biennial Exhibition, Hong Kong Museum of Art (2003) and Ceramic Award From the Pottery Workshop, Hong Kong(1998). She has also participated in many artist-in-residences programs in Japan, Canada, the United States, Vietnam, and the Philippines.