Making a drawing from people's personal stories
Nov 10, 2012 Saturday 16:00
1F, Associate Mission Building (Shanghai 169 Yuanmingyuan Road)
Art Topics Lecture Series: Making a drawing from people's personal stories
Admission Free. Reservation is required.
From lead tip flow images of tiny square robots, towering stacks of teacups, innocent woodland creatures, and sensuously blooming roses. These childhood images reside for a fleeting moment on a plaster wall before they are whitewashed over for the sake of a new pencil drawn project.
These transitory sketches of youth are the work of Sarah Tse, who is of Hong Kong origin. After graduating from Central Saint Martins College in 2009, she has been exhibiting in London, Manchester, Shanghai, Beijing, Tokyo, Taipei, Hong Kong and other cities. This year, Sarah has also been awarded by Perspective Magazine as the winner of ’40 Under 40’, one of the outstanding artists under the age of 40 in Asia.
Free admission, No need for reservation.