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K11 MASTER CLASS: Live in a Real Life — Women Observed
K11 MASTER CLASS: Live in a Real Life — Women Observed
London-based Scottish contemporary artist Caroline Walker depicts in her paintings the daily lives of anonymous women who are often taken for granted, through which she explores such issues as motherhood and femininity, and questions the norms of portraying women and the female form.

To gain a deeper understanding of Walker’s artistic practice, K11 MASTER CLASS will present an online conversation between the artist and art critic Dr. Shen Qilan during Walker’s first solo exhibition in China. In this conversation, Walker will share her creative inspirations and talk about the everywomen whom she came across during the course.

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Feb 9, 2023 07:30 PM in Hong Kong SAR

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Caroline Walker
Contemporary artist
Caroline Walker (b. 1982 in Dunfermline, UK) currently lives and works in London, United Kingdom, where she completed her MA at the Royal College of Art in 2009. Walker’s paintings are a lens for the everyday lives of women, and her portraits of diverse subjects tell their story through the spaces they inhabit. In her recent artworks, Walker turns her focus to her immediate surroundings, in exploring the boundary between being an observer — that is preserving the “objective” eye of an outsider — and magnifying the experience of a place which has become part of the fabric of her life.
Dr. Shen Qilan
Art critic, curator, cultural scholar and writer
Dr. Shen Qilan received her Ph.D. in philosophy from the University of Münster, Germany. Focusing on the ongoing dialogue between art and philosophy, she curated a number of internationally influential exhibitions and forums with domestic and international art institutions.