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Back-to-back exhibit featuring Dans & HK-based artists to open Jun 5

12 May 2024

A rare exhibit of the works of a master and her daughter is coming to HK on June 5

The works of the inimitable Araceli Limcaco Dans, widely regarded as one of the Philippines’ best portrait artists, will be the highlight of another ground-breaking exhibit by Galleria Camaya, to be held from June 5-10 at the Visual Arts Centre on Kennedy Road.

Consul General Germinia Aguilar-Usudan will lead the ceremonial ribbon-cutting at the show’s opening at 6pm on June 5, along with Galleria Camaya’s owner Abigail Camaya-Hills.


Also featured in the exhibit titled “A Calado Legacy: A Mother and Daughter Exhibit” are the works of the grand dame’s daughter, Marcy Dans Lee, who is herself a highly respected artist and illustrator.

This is the first time the works of the highly regarded mother-and-daughter duo are being exhibited together in Hong Kong.


At the same time, there will be a group exhibition of Hong Kong-based Filipino artists from across a wide spectrum of backgrounds and professions.

A long list of artists with HK connection will be featured in the back-to-back exhibit

“The Visual Narratives” will feature the works of professional artists, those by a talented group of overseas Filipino workers called “Guhit Kulay,” young Filipinos born to expatriate parents, and altruistic Filipinos who paint to raise funds for charity.

Also part of the collection are the works of former Hong Kong OFW turned professional photo journalist Xyza Cruz Bacani.


The project by Galleria Camaya is in collaboration with the Philippine Association of Hong Kong, whose chosen charities will benefit from a portion of the proceeds from the show.

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