Archival Pigment Print on Acid Free Paper
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.