开幕酒会日期: 2008年12月6日(星期六) 下午6时至8时
地点: 香港铜锣湾礼顿道60号C地下(礼顿里转入) 不一艺术 (EDGE Gallery)
不一艺术(EDGE Gallery) 将于2008年12月6日举办六位香港新晋女性艺术家联展《homee》。是次展览将展出绘画作品(陈晓筠、陈素珊、陈轩蒨、赖宛珊、蔡钰娟、高倩彤)。开幕酒会在2008年12月6日(星期六)下午6时至8时假香港铜锣湾礼顿道60C号地下不一艺术举行。各传媒可于开幕酒会与各艺术家面谈及采访，敬请与本画廊联络以作安排。
“homee”是一个创作字，以home + ee作为构成名词，意指与家的关系非常密切的人。“home e”亦是”home economic”的简称，亦为中学时代家政科的俗称，是香港成长的女子的共同语言。《homee》展览尝试找寻保有明显女性特质的新一代女性艺术家，尝试在今日多元的女性创作的光谱中，突出其依旧独特而容易辨认的女性特质中的共通性。她们感性，她们温婉，没有解构性别角色的野心，却自有一种满足，作品与其女性角色的关系唇齿相依。
开放时间 : 星期二至五上午11时至下午8时
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Exhibition Title: Group Exhibition of Young Hong Kong Female Artists
Opening Reception: Saturday 6 December, 2008, 6pm - 8pm
Exhibition Date: 6 December - 27 December, 2008
Venue: Edge Gallery, G/F 60C, Leighton Road, Causeway Bay, Hong Kong
For Immediate Release
Hong Kong 21 November, 2008
Edge Gallery is pleased to announce the group exhibition of six young Hong Kong female artist: Casper Chan Hiu-Kwan, Susan Chan So-Shan, Cindy Chan Hin-Sin, Elise Lai Yuen-Shan, Bouie Choi Yuk-Kuen, and Kitty Ko Sin-Tung. Opening reception will take place on Saturday 6 December, 2008, 6pm-8pm at Edge Gallery, G/F 60C Leighton Road, Causeway Bay, Hong Kong. Media Friends are all welcome to meet the artists and have interviews with them during the opening. Please contact us for reservations.
All 6 artists are female. By coincidence they all concern about subtle feelings in life. Living in today’s society, the population ratio of female and male gradually becomes unbalanced. Along with this fact, the number of female who study and participate in art also increased. When comparing to the female in the last few decades who fought for the unequal status of their identity and rights in a society, the increase of opportunity to speak up by the female nowadays is rather deserved. Without the interest conflict between the two sexes, and also without a mutual goal to fight for, the concern of some of the female in the new generation turns back to their own life. Therefore, what does the new generation female art today show about our time, comparing to that of the female of previous generations?
“homee” is a created term, with the word “home” combine with the suffix “-ee”, which means anyone who is closely related to home. “home e” is also the proverb of “home economic”, a subject which has to be studied by most of the girls in the secondary school in Hong Kong. “home e” is a common language between girls who grew up in Hong Kong. In our exhibition , we looked for female artists in the new generation who contain an obvious feminine character. Within the spectrum of the diverse characters of female artists today, the commonness of this unique and still easily-identifiable feminine quality is being highlighted. They are perceptual and delicate. They don’t have the ambition to deconstruct the character of sex, but they have their own satisfaction. The relationship between their artworks and their feminine character is intimate.
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Selected Artworks(please find the images of artwork in the attachment):
1. Casper Chan Hiu-Kwan, Looking for, Mixed Media on Paper, 22x30cm, 2008
2. Susan Chan So-Shan, assignment 2, Acrylic on Canvas, 122x122cm, 2007
3. Cindy Chan Hin-Sin, Selfishness, Acrylic on Canvas, 165x135cm, 2008
4. Elise Lai Yuen-Shan, every you, every me (detail), Mixed Media, 107x76cm, 2008
5. Bouie Choi Yuk-Kuen, Everyday Objects series, Acrylic on Canvas, 31x25cm, 2008
6. Kitty Ko Sin-Tung, See me eating, Mixed Media on Canvas, 61x61cm, 2008