Artist Sharon Cheung with some of her distorted portraits from the “Our Time” exhibition at her SC Gallery in Wong Chuk Hang, Hong Kong. Photo: Jonathan Wong
Artist Sharon Cheung with some of her distorted portraits from the “Our Time” exhibition at her SC Gallery in Wong Chuk Hang, Hong Kong. Photo: Jonathan Wong
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‘Focus on the anxiety, fear and uncertainty’: portraits without facial features are artist’s response to Hong Kong protests, their aftermath and pandemic

  • ‘Our Time’ is an exhibition by Sharon Cheung of 51 portraits without features – her take on how her subjects feel about events in the city since 2019 protests
  • She says now is ‘the golden era for Hong Kong’s art scene’ as the world watches how artists ‘are responding to what’s happening to the city’

Artist Sharon Cheung with some of her distorted portraits from the “Our Time” exhibition at her SC Gallery in Wong Chuk Hang, Hong Kong. Photo: Jonathan Wong
Artist Sharon Cheung with some of her distorted portraits from the “Our Time” exhibition at her SC Gallery in Wong Chuk Hang, Hong Kong. Photo: Jonathan Wong
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