Choichun Leung
Lot #0006

The Three Graces,

Archival Pigment Print on Acid Free Paper


Remaining: 15
16" x 13"

This year Art for Tibet collaborated with some of our favorite artists, including Cey Adams, Choichun Leung, Juan Carlos Pinto, and emerging Tibetan graphic designer, Tsewang Lhamo, to produce a series of limited edition prints exclusive to Art for Tibet. 100% of the sale price from these affordable, limited edition prints will directly benefit the activism and campaigns work of Students for a Free Tibet. 

Please Note: All buy now prints will be shipped towards the end of the auction, thank you.

About Choichun Leung:

Choichun Leung is an artist from Wales, UK now living in Brooklyn, NY.

In 2013 Leung began a series of personal autobiographical drawings, this accumulation of work was the beginning of ‘The Young Girl Project’ a visual narrative of a childhood marked by sexual abuse and the lasting effects on her as a young girl and adult.

The drawings were first seen by friends who began sharing their own experiences of abuse. The power of art as a tool for instigating dialogue for advocacy and empowerment began to manifest.

What began as a single sketch has since grown into a multi-disciplinary art project involving drawings, paintings, film, books, activism, and collaborations that give voice to the silent child.

Its aim is to raise awareness and break the silence around a taboo subject and involve young adults and children into that conversation.

In 2018 Leung partnered with Lux Capta films (First Reformed) as subject/producer of ‘The Art Of Survival’, a mixed media documentary currently in production.

‘The Young Girl Project’ is now a non profit organization.