1 ‑ 14 Feb 2017 (everyday) 10am ‑ 8pm (10 hours)
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Scenery in its timelessness epitomizes objective existence. Attempts to depict scenery fail to capture the original qualities of scenery: somewhat committing defamation; a dishonest act towards scenery. Thus, juxtaposing “sincere” and “landscape” forms an oxymoron. Scenery cannot act or lie like the human does. The so-called “sincere” depiction, in fact, refers to our unconscious projections onto the scenery, reified as the “Sentimental Landscape”
Sentimental Landscape reflects the artist’s thoughts and feelings toward life and living. The paintings portray neither obvious narratives nor realistic depictions. The sentimental landscape is rather subtle, subjective, poetic and personal. These qualities originate in the painting process, which identifies and embodies the sentimental engagement between the observer and the environment through aesthetic judgment.

  • Artists -
Kaiaroonsuth Chonticha
Kwok Tsz Lam Lamothy
Ng Tin Yuet

  • Acknowledgement -
Dr. Francis Yu