Woman Unwanted is published by artists Li Wei Han and Eva Yuen on the occasion of the exhibition 'Woman' Wanted held at the Hong Kong Heritage Museum from 8 January to 28 July 2003. The concept of the catalogue originated from certain commonalities the two artists have; such as, their work consists to a large extent of a sense of craftsmanship, and the forms are concerned with the woman. The essays and reviews contributed by a number of local critics and artists offer multiple readings to the two exhibits.
Li Wei Han: Work with the Words | Eva Yuen: Fourth Dimension
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