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Hong Kong Toile Teapot - Red

Hong Kong Toile Teapot - Red

HK$1,020.00

Teapot in Hong Kong toile design: floral pattern embodying Hong Kong motifs including an egg tart, a taxi, a hanging street market lamp and the iconic Star Ferry, designed by artist Mariko Jesse for Faux. Available in Red or Blue. These beautiful artist designed fine bone china Teapot pours really well (up to 6 cups) will add so much style to your crockery collection.. The unique toile design, classic yet contemporary is timeless in every way and these elegant ceramics are a perfect addition to your home décor. Exquisitely packaged, the toile series make for perfect gifts such as weddings and birthday presents. They are also great for festive celebrations such as Christmas, New Year and dinner parties. Available in classic blue and white china exportware and red and white.

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In 2002, Su had her first solo exhibition “De Humani Corporis Fabrica” at Goethe-Institut Hong Kong. In 2019, Su was commissioned by Wellcome Trust to present a commission project in “Contagious Cities: Far Away, Too Close” at Tai Kwun, Hong Kong. She has also participated in group exhibitions including “Time Test: International Video Art Research Exhibition” (CAFA Art Museum, China, 2016); “17th Biennale of Sydney” (Museum of Contemporary Art, Australia, 2010); “Hong Kong Eye” (Saatchi Gallery, UK, 2012); “Departure” (He Xiangning Art Museum, China, 2009); “Reversing Horizons” (Museum of Contemporary Art, China, 2007); and “The 2nd Shenzhen Biennale of Architecture and Urbanism” (OCT Shenzhen, China, 2007). In 2013, she published an artist novel Berty, and in 2017, a science fiction anthology Dark Fluid where she uses sci-fi as a method for social critique.  Her work is collected by M+ (Hong Kong) and CAFA Art Museum (China).

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