“Tomato Grey: 18 Degrees of Acclimation”

The “Tomato Grey: 18 Degrees of Acclimation” exhibition will be on display at White Box Gallery ( http://whiteboxny.org/ ) from May 7, 2010.


Bing Lee
Teresa Kwong
Pak Sheung Chuen
Samson Young
Kaho Yu
Annysa Ng
And filmmakers Jessey Tsui and Rita Hui

Please attend a panel discussion with the artists from the Hong Kong-New York artist collective Tomato Grey:
Tuesday, May 4, 2010
A/P/A Institute at NYU
41-51 E. 11th Street, Fl. 7
7th Floor Gallery
New York, NY 10003

The artists will be joined by White Box Gallery Founding Executive and Artistic Director Juan Puntes. Moderated by NYU A/P/A Institute’s Alexandra Chang.

The visibility of Hong Kong art in North America remains relatively low, especially when compared to artists of the other Chinese diasporas. Yet, the creative voices of this former British colony are indispensable parts to a holistic understanding of contemporary Chinese art and contemporary Asian art in general.

In conjunction to White Box Gallery’s first ever exhibition of Hong Kong art in New York, participating artists from the Tomato Grey Hong Kong artist collective will host a panel discussion on their works, and on the diverse artistic voices of China’s most affluent and Westernized metropolis.


Images from L-R: Annysa Ng, Forbidden Collar, 2009
Bing Lee, American and Nachos Cheese, 2006
Samson Young, Detail of Sound Installation, 2010

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