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Hi Joey! I am a student at Drake University. For my modern art in China class, I needed to pick an artist and focus on their work and write a paper about it. I was wondering if you could answer a few questions for me. I am focusing on two of your paintings. One of them is Late Rabbit. I was wondering what your inspiration was for using fairy tales as a base for this series of paintings? Also, what is the significance of the legs in this particular painting or in general? I notice them a lot in your work. Also, what is your message to the audience using women as a base in nature or when you paint women in nature. It seems as though they make up the nature around them. I would love to get your input. Thank you so much!
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I am Yo Watanabe, a staff of a art store, Aquvii, located in Tokyo.
I love your works! I am interested in showing your work at our store.
Below is the info. of our store.
Where: 2 store locations in Tokyo (Shibuya and Daikanyama)
What We Carry: Art works, jewerlies, antiques,zine, and music made by artists around the world.
Art show: Always curating an art exhibit inside of our store. Often participate in art-related events in Japan.
Let me know if you are interested in showing your works in Tokyo!
I am a student from the City University of Hong Kong, and now taking a course “Exploring Contemporary Art”. In this course, I need to do an art review. When learning this course, I have noticed your artwork from the blog and I am eager to know more on your ideas\' development, as well as the decisions on works’ presenting ways.
I would appreciate if you could give me some time for an interview.
Looking forward to hearing from you.
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Hello Dear Joey Leung Ka Yin
My name is Rose Wang, and I am a journalist with Art & Design Magazine,Beijing,China.
I am very intrested in your works, and wondering weather you'd like to take an email interview with us? There is a column called "Illustration show" in our magazine, we introduce different illustrations and paitings to the chinese readers.
Please let me know what do you think.
Looking forward to hear from you.
Hi , I am a new gallery owner in Lambertville,nj. I am from Taiwan and really interested in your works. I wonder if I have the chance to represent your art here? Please let me know what you think.
我們是Hong Kong Art Guide , 香港首個專門為藝術展覽而設的智能電話應用程式.
(香港 or 外地),等大衆市民便多機會
I am a student from City University of Hong Kong, and I am studying your art work. I would like to further understand your art work. Especially your special combination between western and chinese art.
Thank you so much and I am looking forward to hearing from you soon.
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Let me take the liberty to write and consult your permission for using illustrations of your work for publication.
I was Christensen Fellow in Chinese Paintings at the Ashmolean Museum of Oxford during 2009─10. Between 1999 and 2011 we received a large donation of modern and contemporary Chinese paintings, including your series of Banana Fashion of 2006 and a number of works by other Hong Kong artists. Being a native of Hong Kong, I naturally selected them as my primary subject of research. (This is the link to some of the collection digitized for online view: http://jameelcentre.ashmolean.org/collection/8/category/paintings/start/2002/end/2010)
In October this year, the Museum plans to publish a festschrift in honour of Professor Michael Sullivan, and I contribute an article on Hong Kong arts using the collection of the museum. There I am including your scroll of Perfect Legs of 2007. May I ask if you would be so kind as to agree our using those illustrations? I will appreciate if you could let us have your thoughts and suggestions.
Thank you so much and I look forward to hearing from you soon.
Assistant Professor in Cultural Management
Faculty of Art,
Chinese University of Hong Kong
Shatin, Hong Kong
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