A Place In Time




我對於小時候的印象十分濛糊,假若沒有照片,我跟本想不起來。可是看著照片感覺到照片裡的她並不是我,她還留在這個地方生活著,我從相片尋找最為悉識的物件。試除著感覺繪畫,但最清淅的就是家外圍的環境,是那遍樹林,而不是我個人。


I have a blur impression of my childhood. I cannot even remember anything if there were no photos of it. However, when I look at the photos, I cannot associate the child to myself – her life only belongs to that place. I try to paint with my instinct by looking at the familiar objects in photos.

Unexpectedly, the most precise memories are not about myself, but the woods, which is the external environment of my home.






Firefly, 2020, acylic on cavnas, 150x100cm







Flower decline, 2020, acrylic on canvas, 80 x60cm







Nest , 2020, acrylic on cavnas, 150x100cm






Together, 2019, acrylic on canvas, 60x50cm






Hoop, 2019, acrylic on canvas, 60x50cm






The Stillness, 2020, acrylic on canvas, 60x80cm






Traveler, 2020, acrylic on cavnas, 150x100cm






某年某地  - 葉雯、江俊雅 二人聯展
A Place in Time - Manny Yip & Kitty Kong Duo Exhibition


展覽日期: 2020年2月18日 - 29 日
Exhibition Date: 18 - 29 Feb 2020

開放時間:星期一至六 11am - 7pm 星期日及公眾假期休息
Opening Hours: Monday – Saturday 11am-7pm; Sundays & Public Holidays closed

展覽場地:香港島中環下亞厘畢道2號 藝穗會陳麗玲畫廊
Venue: Anita Chan Lai-ling Gallery

免費入場 Free Admission


《某年某地》呈獻年輕藝術家葉雯和江俊雅的作品。兩位藝術家以繪畫表達各自對童年及日常生活中的觀察及記憶。

展覽探討記憶虛構的特質,藝術家透過描述自身,以一系列的繪畫作品窺視記憶中的內心風景,從中尋找新的含義及結合過去和當下的經歷。

兩位藝術家熱愛繪畫,以獨特的筆觸及空間表達各自的內心風景。葉雯使用塑膠彩以柔和色塊描繪模棱兩可的人物,遊走於童年時代遺忘與記憶之間的界線。江俊雅的作品將城市景觀轉化為富有想像力的場景,通過隔離空間及記憶,創造一個獨一無二的新敘述,揭示日常生活中常被忽略的情感。


A Place in Time brings together works by two Hong Kong emerging artists - Manny Yip and Kitty Kong who use the pure language of painting as a response to memory with respect to their childhood and daily observations in the city.

The exhibition explores the fictional aspect of memory embodying not only the artists’ autobiographical information, but the intimate and subliminal quality of places held by memory that gather new meanings and conflate the experiences of the past and present.

As two artists specializing in painting, Manny Yip and Kitty Kong adopt different approaches to reclaiming their places in time. Manny Yip depicts ambiguous figures in subdued tones using acrylic paint, probing into the boundary that exists between forgetting and remembering in the context of her childhood. Turning to landscapes in the city, Kitty Kong’s work rediscovers and transforms physical places into voids of imagination, interpretation and revelation. By selectively isolating objects and memories on paper, she creates a narrative connecting personal memory that unveils the everyday and overlooked.







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