Jaffa Lam b. 1973
Jaffa Lam is a sculptor specializing in large-scale, site-specific sculptures and installations, which are primarily made using recycled materials. She is interested in nonverbal conversations and dialogues exploring issues related to local history, culture and current affairs. Her work explores the importance of public art and themes such as loss, the revival of traditional craftsmanship, and the life cycle of human beings and objects, capturing seemingly trivial human stories in the greater flow of history. Lam lives and works in Hong Kong.
Ze/Ro13 Jul - 26 Aug 2021 Hong Kong
curated by Shirky ChanBen Brown Fine Arts is delighted to announce our forthcoming exhibition Ze/Ro at the Hong Kong gallery, from July through August 2021. The exhibition is organised by Hong Kong-based curator Shirky Chan as part of the Hong Kong Art Gallery Association's (HKAGA) Summer Programme. Fostering the local arts community with...