ARTISTS / Tse Suk Ting, Sara

Artworks exhibited at TOUCH Ceramics:

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Sara Tse has obtained the Master of Fine Arts, Royal Melbourne Institute of Technology University, Australia. She  is a ceramic artist living and working in Hong Kong. Her crafted work presents an examination of the fragility of things and everyday experiences with delicacy. Instead of giving the porcelain objects reverence traditionally, Tse tends to challenge conventional concepts through her sculptural gloves, socks, and sweaters. Her transformation of common objects into porcelain and clay often elicit unconscious memories from childhood to motherhood as well as the present to the future. Her recent works also concentrate on narratives of Chinese diaspora, disclosing a deeper autobiographical content. 

Her work is in a number of museum institutions internationally, including the Queensland Art Gallery, Australia; Ceramic Art Foundation, Japan; and the Hong Kong Museum of Art, China.

 

1974 Born in Hong Kong

1997 Bachelor of Arts (Hons), Fine Arts Major, The Chinese University of Hong Kong

2003 Master of Fine Arts, Royal Melbourne Institute of Technology University, Australia

 

Selected Awards

2016 Award Winner of the Taiwan Ceramic Biennale, New Taipei City Yingge Ceramics Museum, Taiwan

2006 Fond des Artistes Grant, Alliance Française, Hong Kong

2003 Award Winner of the Hong Kong Art Biennial Exhibition, Hong Kong Museum of Art, Hong Kong

1997 Ceramic Award 97–98 from The Friends of the Pottery Workshop, Hong Kong

1996 Outstanding Performance Award from the Fine Art Department Exhibition, The Chinese University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong

 

Selected Collections

Annie Wong Art Foundation, Hong Kong Museum of Art, Hong Kong 

BIEAF foundation, the Philippines 

Hong Kong Heritage Museum, Hong Kong

Hong Kong Museum of Art, Hong Kong

IWCAT Foundation, Japan

The Leisure and Cultural Services Department, Hong Kong

21 Space Art Museum, Guangdong, China