Q Contemporary join forces with K11 Art Foundation for Tracing the Fragments, a collaborative collection of prominent works of Central Eastern European and Chinese contemporary art. The showcase marks the first-ever comprehensive programme that introduces Central Eastern European art in Hong Kong to foster cultural exchange among different regions.
The works featured in Tracing the Fragments explore the idea of timescape, as well as document, discuss and trace the formation and interpretation of memories. Each work uniquely represents a piece of personal experience that can be interpreted as a part of a broader collective memory with historical significance especially in Central and Eastern Europe.
"Central Eastern Europe contemporary art fascinates me because it makes me feel a sense of struggle and a sense of power. A feeling that is so deep but yet so hidden. I have personally met most of the artists exhibited here when I had the chance to do so. I love listening to their stories and visiting their studios is an absolute treat," says Queenie Rosita Law, founder and director of Q Contemporary.