Photography: Color and Digital on Stainless Steel.
Size: 7.9 H x 7.9 W x 0.6 in
These showcased art pieces are ready to take home now after exhibited internationally ! All in limited edition shipped internationally. Each art piece will be marked of a number of total edition.
* This artwork is available for print
About the Story:
Disappearing Memory Series
is a collection of visual images which captures a group of vintage elements that are fading out slowly in the cities. They recall our attention of disappearing cultures which being developed over years in a specific time and space.They capture the visual memory that is disappearing from the city as a result of modernization. The work aims to transfer the message that each old wall has its own character because every single texture and color contains a story. These tales can recall an old memory or be interpreted as new memories by the viewer. These elements were forgetting from the modern society and eaten by the speedy modernization. The photos aims to transfer a message that each old wall has its own character and will never be the same, cause every single texture and colors behinds contains a story which leaves a blank space for people to think and to guess which carry the same as the abstract painting.
About the Artist:
The featured art piece is a new work created by artist Yan Fong. Yan Fong graduated with a Fashion and Textiles Design Bachelor Degree from the Hong Kong Polytechnic University (ITC) and studied Fashion and Art Major in New York Fashion Institute of Technology (FIT) .Yan lived and works in Paris, New York City and Hong Kong for years to spread her vision on international contemporary art with a unique focus and love of vintage. Yan Fong’s aesthetic is defined by the use old elements in a stylish and elegant manner. The use of red, black and white along with some earth tones tastefully conveys the sense of high fashion into her prints. A major recurring theme in Yan’s body of work is the discovery of everyday images of our cities. Her figures hint at our memory of forgettable imagery present in every floating city and present art as a normal process of time and space.
Keywords: pattern, texture, vintage, old wall, memory