BRICK LANE® Gallery is pleased to present Mexican artist Ane Alfeiran’s exhibition <Incompatible: An Emotional Journey>, from 29th November 2018 until 20th February 2019. “Incompatible” is a narrative exhibition which focuses on the world of emotions and their interrelationships with one another. Emotions are universal and transcend borders, genders, races and cultures. We all feel […]
About Jason Siao & TL Timbreza-Siao – Jason is a licensed landscape architect by profession with a passion for art. He is a natural lover of nature with an eye for sophisticated details, has managed to capture and appreciate the drama in Hong Kong’s culture and habitual scenes. TL is a graduate in Bachelor of […]
About Wink Au – Wink is an amateur artist who is passionate about animals. Besides painting, she is also keen in doing volunteer work to help the animals’ community. This exhibition is a collaboration project between Wink, HK Paws Guardian and Volunteers for Furry Friends to raise funds to raise public awareness on stray and abandoned animals.
About Mavis Chan – Mavis practises different genres of Chinese painting and western painting. She studied drawing and painting through the "master-student" mode at Mr Cheng Tin Hok studio. Her works have been exhibited in local and international exhibitions. She had her first solo exhibition, Inkling of the heart, in 2014. In 2017, she will have two solo exhibitions, […]
About Eric Lau – born and raised in Hong Kong and had moved to NYC in 2005. After graduating from the Parsons School of Design in 2009, Eric built his career in some of the major advertising agencies including TBWA, Saatchi, Mcgarrybowen, and had advanced to an Art Director at Sparks & Honey, winning many industry […]
About Azlynn Wong – a Hong Kong based emerging artist, artworks mainly based on Chinese poetry including acrylic painting and collage. Azlynn strives to record the scattered fragments of her life in painting and poetry. The use of paper fragments and smooth outlining paper cutting technique are symbolic representations of Azlynn’s artwork. Portions of paper […]
About Sly – Sly is a Hong Kong painter who is noted for her combination of realistic portraits and stylised expressionism paintings. Primarily focusing on female form, and having created a series of unique portraits that explore timeless notions of desire, Sly makes use of a variety of contemporary oil pastel techniques and a subtle mastery of […]
About the artists – Jointly organised by WEWA Froggies Arts and Learning and Society for Abandoned Animals, the exhibition showcase pictures of pets drawn by local artists and celebrities such as ‘Man Day Meow’, LLH, DJ ‘Siu Yee’ and children students to arouse awareness of the problems of abandoned animals in HK.
About Esther Poon – Esther first yarn bombed when Texan Magda Sayeg, who started the street art phenomenon, came to Hong Kong in 2012. At the time, Sayeg invited Poon to take part in her “I Knit MK” exhibition. Esther has been busy with knit graffiti ever since, inclding yarn bombing railings in Causeway Bay and Sheung Wan. Her work can be […]
About MOK Ting-yan – Graduated from the Fine Arts Department of The Chinese University of Hong Kong in 2015, she works mostly on mixed media, she emphasizes on demonstrating the existence of an incident or an object through “Archive”. By collecting and recording related information, she gives an account of their nature so as to […]