Thursday-Night-Feature: Kit-Ling Tjon Pian Gi – ‘Caged’

What: Thursday-Night-Feature, exhibition and presentation by Kit-Ling Tjon Pian Gi (Facebook Event)
When: Thursday July 07, 2016, 19:00 hrs (doors open 19:00 hrs, start presentation 19:30 hrs)
Where: Readytex Art Gallery, Steenbakkerijstraat 30, Paramaribo, Suriname

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Kit-Ling Tjon Pian Gi, ‘Caged 08’, acrylic on canvas, 80x80cm, 2016, featured image for ‘Caged’ / PHOTO Courtesy Readytex Art Gallery, 2016

Each first Thursday of the month, Readytex Art Gallery opens her doors from 19:00 to 21:00 pm, for a special exhibition or activity, known by now as the Thursday-Night-Feature.

At the upcoming Thursday-Night-Feature on July 7th, Readytex Art Gallery once again features an artist from her own group of partner-artists, Kit-Ling Tjon Pian Gi.

On this night Kit-Ling will use the ground floor of the gallery to present a new series of artworks titled Caged. The artist came up with idea for Caged, based upon the concept that mankind is ‘caged’. ‘Caged’ by political systems, corruption, religion and much more. Inspired by the Surinamese environment, the concept got its own unique form. In addition to her new artworks, Kit-Ling will also delve into Readytex Art Gallery’s storage to select some of her previous works and work from other artists, to add to her exhibition. Aside from being the featured artist, Kit-Ling Tjon Pian Gi also takes on the role of curator for her exhibition Caged.

The Thursday-Night-Feature of Kit-Ling Tjon Pian Gi also includes a presentation. In it the artist will among other things reflect on the fact that she was the first graduate of the first accredited Surinamese study ‘Tekenen (Drawing) MO-A’, 40 years ago, at a time when the AHKCO and the Nola Hatterman Institute did not yet exist.

Artist’s page on the Readytex Art Gallery website: here.

Article in Calabash, a Journal of Caribbean Arts and Letters, Vol. 4 (2006), Nr. 1 (Spring-Summer): Kit-Ling Tjon Pian Gi, ‘Self-portrait of the Artist Speaking in the Third Person’

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