In partnership with art dealers Coates and Scarry, ICFAC is proud to present and sponsor  ‘Transfer of Power’, a major exhibition of works by internationally acclaimed British-Chinese artist Gordon Cheung to open this July 23rd. Read the full press release here.

 

This exhibition will be launched together with our #StopAsianHate collective initiative aiming to bring together and engage the community with a celebration of culture and diversity in Los Angeles – from food trucks, to talks and collaborations with artists, activists, community leaders, and more.

DATE: July 23 – August 14

LOCATION: C-Project, 830 North Highland Avenue, Los Angeles, 90038

All events are conducted with COVID-19 safety protocols in place and mandatory RSVP via Eventbrite or at the door. 10% of any proceeds and donations will go to ICFAC's Advancing Social Justice for Asians Scholarship Fund. For further information about this exhibition, events, private viewings, and ICFAC (non-for-profit initiatives) contact info@icfac.org. For further information regarding sales and acquisitions, contact richard@coatesandscarry.com. Stay tuned for updates via @chinesediaspora, @gordoncheung, @coatesandscarry.

This exhibition is kindly supported by Bianca Chen and JF Chen.

THANKS FOR SUBMITTING!

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THURSDAY, 6:30PM – 9:30PM

VIP Preview

Invite-only private event for an early preview of 'Transfer of Power'.

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FRIDAY, 6:30PM – 9:30PM

Opening Night

Opening night of Gordon Cheung's 'Transfer of Power'.

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SUNDAY, 2:00PM – 2:30PM

Virtual Exhibition Tour

IG live walkthrough of 'Transfer of Power' with Gordon Cheung and art dealer Richard Scarry of Coates & Scarry. Gordon Cheung gives an insider's tour of his show, the ideas behind his work,  the British-Chinese identity that informs it, and more. Tune in on @coatesandscarry and @gordoncheung to watch.

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THURSDAY, 2:30PM – 3:00PM

Artist Talk: Gordon Cheung and Shepard Fairey

Gordon Cheung and Shepard Fairey chats about art activism, COVID-19 racism, and introduces their print collaboration as part of ICFAC's #StopAsianHate initiative.

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SATURDAY, 2:00PM – 3:00PM

Afternoon Tea

Saturday afternoon tea party with Gordon Cheung.

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SATURDAY, 12:00PM – 3:00PM

#StopAsianHate Print Release

Print release of Gordon Cheung and Shepard Fairey's #StopAsianHate #Obey #TransferOfPower print collaboration at C Project, 830 N Highland Ave, LA 90038. Limited prints available – first come first serve. All proceeds from the print will go directly to our Advancing Social Justice for Asians Scholarship Fund. We will also be hosting a community gathering in celebration of culture and diversity in Los Angeles. 


Special thanks to Granger Picture Archive @granger_picturearchive for the kind sponsorship of the historical imagery, and Helen Zia of Vincent Chin Foundation for the support.

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