Ms. Chan An Gee

Lecturer
Printmaking, Drawing

Ms Chan An Gee has obtained a first honor Bachelor’s degree, in Illustration and Animation from Kingston University and a Master’s degree in Fine Art in Printmaking from The Royal College of Art in London.

She is also an artist represented by Tintype Gallery, London, and has been active participating exhibitions overseas and Hong Kong.

As a practicing printmaker, she has acquired a range of technical skills over the past 10 years within the various printing disciplines. Having the knowledge in traditional and contemporary printmaking and belief in the wide possibilities of creating prints and print based work.

At her master degree end of year show, a “Jealous Prize” by the Jealous Gallery was awarded to her.  She was awarded a residency in their print studio and create a limited edition print with their studio team. This project has led her to new opportunities and projects with the Jealous Gallery.  Her works with the Jealous Gallery were shown at different Art fairs and Print fairs in London and has been showcased at the Saatchi Gallery in March 2014. The Jealous Prize print edition is now in the Victoria and Albert Museum (V&A) Permanent Print Collection.

Selected solo exhibitions 

2016  “From there to here” – CCA Art Gallery Hong Kong

          “Stress me out“ -Odd One Out Gallery, Hong Kong 

2015  “When you’re not around” -Tintype Gallery, London

2012  “The Back of your Head” – Tintype Gallery, London 

2011  “An Gee Chan, Artist of the day” – Flowers Gallery, Cork Street, London

2011  “An Gee Chan: Project space – Tintype Galley, London

 

Selected Group Exhibitions

2015 “Jealous Gallery” – London Print Fair 2015, Royal Academy, London

2014 The Manchester Contemporary 2014 – Manchester
2014The end is where we start from– Slate Project, London
2014The Jealous Graduate 2014″ – Artist Edition and Print Gallery Saatchi Gallery, London

Printmaking involves a lot of patience, trials, and failures. It takes the time to learn and understand different printmaking techniques and process. Even of such long process, wanting to see how my ideas turn out encourages me to put my heads down and work hard in my studio – even it didn’t turn out right, it is a reference to the next step.

‘Printmaking’ is not only for ‘making prints’ I believe that it can be broadly applied and use with different medias which give artists wider possibilities in their practice and express their ideas. Also interested in other medias. I enjoy to learn and explore using different materials and share what I have found to my students. Furthermore, to encourage them to incorporate the printmaking skills to their own practice.