Art in corona times 27. Optimism over Despair; SinArts Gallery, The Hague

For the first time in quite a few months SinArts Gallery has organised an exhibition.

Shen Wei
Naoki Fuku

It’s at a pop-up gallery place at Tournooiveld, just around the corner of SinArts’ office.

Yu Linhan
Zheng Yilong

Under an optimistic title it shows an array of works by artists with Chinese roots, and one from Japan.

Zheng Yilong
Zheng Yilong

During the Hague Contemporary Art Weekend (10 – 12 September) there are even performances by Mel Chan and by Naoki Fuku.

Wong Choi
Wong Choi

Finest surprise of the exhibition are doubtlessly the works by Wong Choi.

Wong Choi
Wong Choi

With embroidery she tries to bring to life a past and unknown world of found old black and white photographs.

Wong Choi
Wong Choi

Giving autonomy to otherwise anonymous photos, it works as a kind of remembrance-without-remembrance.

Mel Chan
Mel Chan

As to give more impetus to the title of the show Mel Chan presents some works from a series called It’s only the end of the world.

Wong Choi
Zheng Yilong

Thick clouds of explosions in sweet baby colours.

Naoki Fuku
Yu Linhan

The end of the world as a marshmallow.

Naoki Fuku

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Contents of all photographs courtesy to the artists and SinArts Gallery, Den Haag.

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