Leelee Chan in her Kwai Chung studio with recovered materials for use in future artworks. She is one of the participants in Up Close, a collaboration between Hollywood Road antiques stores and five contemporary artists. Photo: May Tse Leelee Chan in her Kwai Chung studio with recovered materials for use in future artworks. She is one of the participants in Up Close, a collaboration between Hollywood Road antiques stores and five contemporary artists. Photo: May Tse
Leelee Chan in her Kwai Chung studio with recovered materials for use in future artworks. She is one of the participants in Up Close, a collaboration between Hollywood Road antiques stores and five contemporary artists. Photo: May Tse

Contemporary relics from sculptor Leelee Chan showcase her passion for making art from found objects

  • Call it art to define 2020 for people not yet born – Leelee Chan is among five sculptors creating ‘relics’ in collaboration with Hong Kong antiques stores
  • Chan specialises in art made from found objects and materials, including ceramics – her parents were antique dealers

Topic |   Art
Leelee Chan in her Kwai Chung studio with recovered materials for use in future artworks. She is one of the participants in Up Close, a collaboration between Hollywood Road antiques stores and five contemporary artists. Photo: May Tse Leelee Chan in her Kwai Chung studio with recovered materials for use in future artworks. She is one of the participants in Up Close, a collaboration between Hollywood Road antiques stores and five contemporary artists. Photo: May Tse
Leelee Chan in her Kwai Chung studio with recovered materials for use in future artworks. She is one of the participants in Up Close, a collaboration between Hollywood Road antiques stores and five contemporary artists. Photo: May Tse
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