Mixed Colours: Rebirth, Children of the Mekong exhibition, celebrates the energy of life, highlights the links between cultures.
While pollution, globalization, threaten to fade the world’s colours and contrasts, while unexpected threats change our perspectives, this exhibition enhances colours as symbols of the natural and cultural diversity to save, the original beauty to admire, the source of rebirth: A positive, energetic sight, to create tomorrow’s world.
Profits will be donated to the association in order to educate children.
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- Takeshi Shikama, Japanese, worked in America and Europe. Internationally exhibited and collected.
- Catherine Henriette, French, studied Chinese and Photography in Beijing where she worked for AFP (1985-1991). GEO Magazine. Prix de l’Académie des Beaux-Arts 2013.
- Douce D’ivry, French, collaborates with Vogue America, Madame Figaro HK….
- Romain Jacquet Lagreze, French. AsiaOnePublishing published 4 successful HK photo books.
- Cyril Delettre, French, exhibits in HK and Europe, inc. monumental artworks on public monuments. Press photographer : Paris-Match, etc.
- Cyrille Bellier, French, will have his first artbook published in HK in 2021.
- Harold de Puymorin, French, started his photography career in HK.
- Marc Progin, Swiss explorer through Mongolia.
- Hyun Joung Lee, Korean, exhibits in Europe and Asia her spectacular works on Hanji paper.
- Caroline Bouquet, French, exhibited in Australia, France, China, Korea, HK.
- Li Hua’s inks first exhibition
- Julie & Jesse, a ceramic studio, HK & Jingdezhen. Designer Julie Progin, American artist Jesse Mc Lin. M+Museum, Design Society, Musée Magnelli.
- Christine Blom, French Sculptor, learned art of ceramics in Portugal, founder of “Art Bubble ”, multidisciplinary space in HK.