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AFFORDABLE ART FAIR '23
The 10th edition of Affordable Art Fair Hong Kong showcases 1000s of contemporary artworks from hand-picked local and international galleries. Whether you’re a seasoned collector, or looking for your first limited-edition print, the fair is the perfect place to learn more about art and refine your taste. This year Art Roof Top is exhibiting 4 artists and many works never seen before.
Kayla Santos (ksa) - PURE HERITAGE
As a debut solo exhibition of EdUHK BA Creative Arts and Culture graduate, "pure heritage" explores the bounds of cultural identity in contemporary society through conceptual motifs. As we shift into a globalised market, culture is used as an exotifying trait or bound and repackaged as something palatable.
In this series, the artist expresses her personal disconnection from her heritage alongside the commodification and erasure of culture through medium and metaphor.
ART CENTRAL 2023: THE DICHOTOMY OF NATURE
The theme of dichotomy and juxtaposition in nature reflects a universal idea regarding the forces of life. Inspired by contrasting traditional concepts that are ubiquitous through all cultures such as Yin and Yang, the masculine and feminine, East and West, motion and serenity etc., artists Seema Mathew, John Gale, Marcelle Rosfelder-Leu, and Sergei Rozhnov draw from contrasting intertwined energies in an exploration of nature, and ultimately - the balance found within them.
ART CENTRAL 2022
Our debut showing at the Art Central fair will exhibit works from artists Sergei Rozhnov, Seema Mathew, John Gale, and Marcelle Rosfelder-Leu.
Sergei Rozhnov’s newest collection, The Metamorphosis, is inspired by evolution and transformation of human life.
Blending the two unconventional mediums, silicone and ink, in a fluid and lively manner, Rozhnov communicates the irreversible integration of technology in modern society.
"Evolution" encompasses the artist's own artistic development reflecting on explorations and experimentations done over the course of his art journey.
John Gale's work, inspired by that of Auguste Rodin, explores the human form and themes of contemplation and the perception of thought.
ARTIST IN RESIDENCE (2021)
Christopher Miles' most recent collection of artworks, titled "Symphony", explores abstraction through the Hong Kong dichotomy of Nature and manmade.