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    Contemporary by Angela Li is pleased to present joint exhibition A Backyard of Memories, featuring artworks of four Hong Kong artists – Cheung Ka Yu, Heung Kin Fung AlexKwong Man Chun and Tang Kwong San. This exhibition attempts to investigate our thoughts and ideologies on experiences, heritage and memories, from the past to presentlife to death, and seasons and cyclesThe exhibition opens on 18th November 2020 and remains on view through to 14 December 2020.  

    With a background in design, Heung Kin Fung Alex specializes in vividly coloured paintings with unique compositions and powerful concepts, paying particular attention to the subject of nature. He investigates the balance and conflicts between nature, life and urban development. With cool-toned acrylic and charcoal on linen, his works The Garden of Mysteries and Storage of a Landscape explore the unknown in these topics, inviting the audience to join his adventure of an inner escape. Heung received his BA (Fine Art) & MFA degrees co-presented by the Royal Melbourne Institute of Technology (RMIT) University Australia and Hong Kong Art School. He is currently a lecturer at the Hong Kong Art School. He has participated in numerous solo and group exhibitions, and his works have been collected by the Hong Kong Museum of Art.   

    Kwong Man Chun’s surreal paintings attempt to confuse the viewers’ perspective by mixing sceneries and people from the past with modern settings, creating an ambiguous and nostalgic yet playful atmosphere on his canvases. In his oil painting Hang Cen Ling and Tenement House - the Ming fiery sunset, the artist superimposes his former residence in Huang Cen Ling, China with his present home at a tenement house in Hong Kong, with the greenery of Huang Cen Ling blending seamlessly with the interior settings of the tenement house. Kwong’s creative process serves as a ritual for his gratitude towards his root, with each element in the painting echoing with one another and encapsulating the artist’s sentimentality and nostalgic reflections. Kwong holds a Bachelor of Arts in Visual Arts from the Hong Kong Baptist University. He has participated in exhibitions in Hong Kong, China, Australia and USA since 2013.