Longing for Home II / Bloc Projects
4 - 13 Jan 2022

Excited to announce my solo exhibition Longing for Home II at Bloc Projects in Sheffield, UK opening early January 2023.

The exhibition expresses melancholia, nostalgia and longing, heightened by distance, time and space and the knowledge that returning 'home' is no longer possible.

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Bloc Projects - Meanwhile Space.
1st floor, 2-4 Matilda Street, Sheffield S1 4PF, UK

Exhibition: 4 January - 13 January 2022

Hours: 11:00am-6:00pm (Mon 9 Jan closed)

EVENT OPENING: 6:00-8:00PM Wed 4 January 2023

EVENT Panel Discussion: 1:00-2:00PM Sat 7 Jan 2023 with HK/UK artists Clara Cheung, Gum Cheng, Chu Yiu Wai and John Lau

EVENT Paper Weaving Workshop: 2:30 - 4:30 pm Sat 7 Jan 2023

EVENT Finnisage: 6-8pm Fri 13 2023


Pamela Leung. 'Be Water', neon light. 2022.

Neon Playground by Chinatown / Banchō

15 Oct - 20 Nov 2022

As part of the inaugural Neon Playground by Chinatown event Banchō is joining the Chinatown glow-up festivities this October with our own neon party and exhibition presented by Neolite – Australia’s leading creative neon sign business – and sponsored by Soul of Chinatown. Best enjoyed with a neon cocktail – see the special menu HERE.

ABOUT THE EXHIBITION – The Hum and the Buzz
The Hum and the Buzz is an exhibition presented by Neolite Studios, showcasing art that celebrates the electrifying medium of neon and the artist behind the glow. Platforming an incredible line-up of artists, this exhibition will feature works incorporating glass and light to explore neon’s versatility as an artform and illuminate its long and colourful history in our towns and cities.

Neolite at Banchō, as part of Neon Playground by Chinatown, runs from 15 October to 20 November, Tuesday to Saturdays from 4pm. All artworks are available for sale – please send enquiries to Tina at

As part of the Neon Playground by Chinatown event, Banchō will be featuring special neon cocktails for the five weeks of the festival of art, lights, music, community and food – stay tuned at


Artists: neogeo aka George Aitken, Jack Flash, Pamela Leung, Luke Purser, James Jirat Patradoon, Min Sung, QUARTZVII, Rosie Gatliff, Emma-Kate Hart, Steven Cole

Curated by: Neolite
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Thomas Lane, Haymarket NSW 2000
Hours: Tuesday
s to Saturdays from 4pm

Exhibition: 15 Oct - 20 Nov 2022

Aesthetics of Silence / Goodspace Gallery

One Night only - Wednesday October 12, 2022. 5:00-9:00PM

The Aesthetics of Silence is a group exhibition that surveys notion of quietness through the work of eight emerging contemporary artists. Articulated through diverse practices, exhibiting artists contemplate themes such as the almost imperceptible passing of time, the mute silence of political oppression, the quiet space of meditative reflection and the wordless place in consciousness beyond language. During our age of social media - a tumultuous time dominated by the proliferation of images and noise - this exhibition implores the auience to pause, look and listen.


Artists: Aimee Gardyne, Hannah Rose Carroll Harris, Pamela Leung, Helen Morgan, Onrie Radovic, Chanel Tobler, Sylvie Veness, Belinda Yee
Curated by: Helen Morgan & Sylvie Veness

Sponsor: Atomic Beer

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Goodspace Gallery - The Lord Gladstone Hotel,
Level 1, 115 Regent St, Chippendale NSW, 2008

Exhibition: One Night Only - 5:00pm - 9:00pm 12 Oct 2022

HIDDEN - Rookwood Sculptures / Rookwood General Cemetery

10 Sep - 9 Oct 2022

HIDDEN Rookwood Sculptures:

HIDDEN is an annual outdoor sculpture exhibition that takes place amongst the pathways and gardens in one of the oldest sections of Rookwood Cemetery. The exhibition is a unique opportunity to engage with the cemetery’s contemporary relevance and layered narratives within the artists’ works, while exploring the diverse cultural heritage of Australia's largest and most historic cemetery.

Rookwood Cemetery is located on Dharug Country, we acknowledge the Dharug people as the traditional custodians of this Land and pay our respects to their elders past, present and emerging


HIDDEN Sculptures Artists: Maissa Alameddine, Mark Booth, Priscilla Bourne, Cybele Cox, Farnaz Dadfar, Ellen Dahl, Suzanne Davey, Chris Dolman, Szymon Dorabialski, Kate Dunn, Tina Fox, Stevie Fieldsend, Maddie Gibbs, Karen Golland, Philippa Hagon, Hyun Hee Lee, Em Ingram-Shute, Adam King, Pamela Leung, Joanne Makas, Mahalya Middlemist & Laurence Hall, Kathie Najar, Clare Nicholson, Niall Robb, Leisa Sage, Bernadette Smith, Olga Svyatova, Jayanto Tan, Alan Tulloch, Josee Vesely-Manning, Lachlan Warner, Eduardo Wolfe-Alegria, Whimbrel Wilson, Anne Zahalka, Basketry NSW (Community Group).

Curator: Kath Fries

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Rookwood General Cemetery.
1 Hawthorne Ave, Rookwood, NSW 2141
Hours: Sunrise to sunset

Exhibition: 10 Sep - 9 Oct 2022

EVENT • LAUNCH: 10 Sep 2022 | 6:00-8:00pm | RSVP

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HIDDEN Satellite Exhibition / The McGlade Gallery, ACU Strathfield

17 Sep - 8 Oct 2022

This exhibition features behind-the-scenes developments of the artworks in HIDDEN Rookwood Sculptures.

Just as satellites orbit around the Earth to aid in communication, the HIDDEN Satellite Exhibition is a short distance away from Rookwood and it shares additional information, ideas, and the working processes from twenty of the HIDDEN 2022 artists, as they developed their sculptures and short films for exhibition at Rookwood Cemetery.

(The McGlade Gallery, ACU Strathfield campus, is a seven-minute drive or twenty-five minute walk from HIDDEN Rookwood Sculptures in Rookwood Cemetery.)


Artists: Mark Booth, Priscilla Bourne, Cybele Cox, Suzanne Davey, Chris Dolman, Stevie Fieldsend, Tina Fox, Karen Golland, Philippa Hagon, Danica I. J. Knezevic, Pamela Leung, Jacqui Malins, Kathie Najar, Clare Nicholson, Leisa Sage, Jayanto Tan, Alan Tulloch, Lachlan Warner, Whimbrel Wilson

Interns: Courtney Burke, Poppy Fu and Damien Nicolls

Curator: Kath Fries

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The McGlade Gallery, ACU Strathfield.
25a Barker Rd, Strathfield NSW, 2135

Hours: Mon-Sat 11:00am - 4:00pm

Exhibition: 17 Sep - 8 Oct 2022

EVENT • HIDDEN Satellite Exhibition Opening Sat 17 Sep 2022 | 2:00PM-4:00PM | RSVP

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THE HUM + THE BUZZ / Neolite Gallery

3 Jun - 3 Aug 2022

NEOLITE is proud to present:

THE HUM AND THE BUZZ Artists in Neon

We are thrilled to announce the launch of the Neolite Gallery and its inaugural exhibition “The Hum and The Buzz” showcasing art that celebrates the electrifying medium of Neon and the artists behind the glow.

Platforming an incredible line-up of artists, this unique exhibition will feature works incorporating glass and light to explore neon’s versatility as an artform and illuminate its long and colourful history in our towns and cities. For a unique experience of glass, fire and electricity, join us for our grand opening on Friday 3 June from 6pm at 19 May Street, St Peters.

The opening night will include demonstrations in the artisan skill of neon glass blowing. We are also excited to launch our brand-new program of neon glass bending courses and artist residencies to promote this rare and specialized medium in Australia.

Neolite acknowledges the traditional owners of the lands on which our exhibition is held, The Gadigal and Wangal clans of the Eora nation, and their Elders, past and present.


Exhibiting artists:

Kartika Laili Ahmad Neogeo aka George AitkenSteven ColeJack FlashRosie GatliffLouis GrantEmma-Kate HartAnnelies Jahn Pamela LeungNikita Majajas aka Doodad and FandangoScott Marsh Kurt Meyer James Jirat PatradoonLuke PurserEthan SamahaHarriet SchwarzrockRolande SouliereMin SungQuartzviiFRIDA LAS VEGAS aka Stavroula Adameitis


The Neolite Gallery is located at 19 May Street, St Peters, the home of multiple art studio complexes, breweries, cafes and Sydney’s famous graffiti laneways. The Gallery is an initiative of Neolite, a leading provider of neon lighting installations throughout Australia since 1948.

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Neolite Gallery.
19 May St, St Peters, NSW 2044
Hours: Mon-
Fri 10.00am-4.00pm, Weekends by appointment

Exhibition: 3 June - 3 August 2022

EVENT OPENING: Fri 3 Jun 2022 | 6:00pm

Longing for home / Gallery Lane Cove

6 Apr - 14 May 2022

This exhibition is the culmination of the artist's long-term residency at Gallery Lane Cove. With installation, videos, sound, sculpture and painting, the artist explores the connection about the place where we come from or belong to, the idea of 'home' from an immigrant perspective.

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Gallery Lane Cove + Creative Studios.
Upper level, 164 Longueville Road, Lane Cove, NSW 2066
Hours: Mon-Sat 10am-4.30pm

Exhibition: 6 Apr - 14 May 2022

EVENT OPENING: Wed 6 Apr 2022 | 6:00-8:00pm | RSVP

EVENT • PANEL DISCUSSION: Sat 30 Apr 2022 | 11:00AM | RSVP
Art & The Immigrant Experience

Panel discussion with Pamela Leung, Luise Guest (Art Writer, Educator & Researcher) and Rachael Kiang (Manager & Curator, Gallery Lane Cove + Creative Studios

New / MAY SPACE Online

1 - 28 Feb 2022

New is a group exhibition of unseen work by MAY SPACE Online artists.


Featuring the works of


Lauren Ami • Kim Anderson • Robert Boynes • Rebecca Coote • Carolyn Craig • Sybil Cutis • Mindy Doré • Jan Downes • James Guppy • Rebecca Hastings • Pamela Leung • Ruth Ju-Shih Li • Angela Malone • Keiko Matsui • Kevin McKay • Helen Mueller • Mylyn Nguyen • Leslie Oliver • Janet Tavener • Peter Tilley • Linda van Niekerk • Claire Anna Watson • Alicia Zhao

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Exhibition: New


Image: The Meeting Place (detail). 2020, pastel, ink, and cotton on rice paper

Pamela Leung's Red Line Story / Garland Magazine

1 Feb 2022

I am so thrilled, surprised and grateful to learn that an article about my installation ‘where is the red line’ and the film ‘red line story’ is published by Garland magazine. It’s written by Alma Studholme, an artist, writer and also a editor of my film.

Click through to the link below to read.

Pamela Leung's Red Line Story. Alma Studholme for Garland Magazine

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Image: Still (detail) from 'red line story' a film by Pamela Leung

Parallel Wanderings / The Concourse, Chatswood

27 Jan - 20 Feb 2022

A Willoughby City Council curated exhibition exploring contemporary notions of landscape and our changing relationship with nature.

Parallel Wanderings 双行游 explores how contemporary Australian artists with Chinese cultural roots reinterpret and draw from Chinese landscape traditions, and present the notion of ‘landscape’ through the contemporary mediums of sculpture, photography, installation and performance art. Through their different mediums, this group of artists reflect on the importance of nature and their own personal connection to the natural world. As the parameters around contemporary art practices continue to expand, the landscape genre continues to adapt with it, highlighting present-day issues, including Climate Change and urbanisation.

ARTISTS: Thomas C. Chung, WeiZen Ho, Karen Lee, Pamela Leung, Ruth Ju-shih Li, Dapeng Liu, Jayanto Tan, Laurens Tan, Catherine Woo and Tianli Zu

Chatswood Year of the Tiger Festival is the North Shore’s premier Lunar New Year celebrations presented by Willoughby City Council.

Parallel Wanderings 双行游 is part of Human Beings and Nature Are One 天人合一, an exhibition series delivered in partnership by Willoughby City Council and Institute for Australian and Chinese Arts & Culture.

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Art Space on The Concourse + The Concourse Outdoor Area, 409 Victoria Avenue, Chatswood 2067

Thu 27 Jan, 6.30pm - 8.30pm.

Refreshments at Art Space on The Concourse

6.45pm, illuminations of created place performance by WeiZen Ho at The Concourse Outdoor Area

Thu 27 Jan 11am - 1.30pm. Meet artists Dapeng Liu, Jayanto Tan, Laurens Tan and Tianli Zu

Sat 12 Feb 11am - 1.30pm: Meet artists Ruth Ju-Shih Li, Pamela Leung and Karen Lee


ARTICULATE TURNS ELEVEN / Articulate Project Space

11 - 19 Dec 2021

Articulate turns eleven celebrates 11 years of spatial and experimental art practice with an exhibition of new or recent work by artists who have shown at Articulate. It acknowledges all the artists who have exhibited in that time, and the community who support it.

Artists showing:

Anke Stäcker, Anya Pesce, Aude Parichot, Barbara Halnan, Chantal Grech, Che Ritz, Corinne Brittain, Diane McCarthy, Do not wish to disclose, Elizabeth Day, Elizabeth Hogan, Elizabeth Rankin, Elke Wohlfahrt, Eunjoo Jang, Fiona Kemp, Frankie Chow, Isobel Johnston, Jan Handel, Jane Burton Taylor, Jennifer O'Brien, Judy-Ann Moule, Karen Benton, Kendal Heyes, LAN: Laurens Tan, Alex Wright, Noelene Lucas, Lea Kannar-Lichtenberger, Leisa Sage, linden Braye, Lisa Pang, Margaret Seymour, Melinda Clyne, Michelle Le Dain, Molly Wagner, Nathalie Hartog-Gautier in collaboration with Broken Yellow, Pamela Leung, Paul Sutton & Steve Simpson, Peter De Lorenzo, Philippa Hagon, Richard Kean, Ro Murray, Rox De Luca, Sarah Fitzgerald, Stefania Riccardi, STEVEN FASAN, Sue Callanan, Sue Murray, Tom Loveday, Vilma Bader

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Articulate Project Space, 497 Parramatta Rd, Leichhardt, NSW 2040

Opening Event: Sat 11 Dec 1-4PM

Exhibition runs: 11 - 19 Dec 2021 | Hours: 11am-5pm Mon-Fri

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Eden Unearthed / Eden Gardens, Macquarie Park

Nov 2021 - Apr 2022

Eden Unearthed: Art in the Gardens

Now in its 5
th year, Eden Unearthed: art in the gardens is an installation art exhibition located in the fantastic 2.5 acre showcase gardens at Eden Gardens in Macquarie Park. It’s a smorgasbord of art, with light and sound works, sculptural pieces, ephemeral installations and more all using the garden as a muse, where plants are entwined with art and the environment morphs into the artwork itself. Opening in November, the open air exhibition is running for 6 months, and focuses on the three pillars of Sustainability: Social, Environmental and Economic, and pays artists stipends to take part as well as offering a $10,000 first prize.

Selected Artists:
Allyson Adeney / Mary Elizabeth Barron / Alex Berini and Selina Springett /
Pamela Lee Brenner and Johannes Muljana / Jan Cleveringa / Cybele Cox / Alix Crowe / Rmsina Daniel / Mimi Dennett / Saskia Everingham / Caleb Fletcher and Christopher Stenta / Christina Frank and Michelle Perrett / Marta Ferracin / Neelam Gopalani / Ryoko Kose w- Danielle Minett / Caroline Kronenberg / Simone Leonelli / Pamela Leung / Anne Levitch Strategems / Francois Limondin / Ainslie Murray / Owen Redmond / Anne Palmer / Basilios Papaioannou / Louis Pratt / Lisa Shepherd & FCR’s Youth Off The Streets Floral Odyssey / Christy Sin / Chloe Alice Stafford / Jayanto Tan / Alison Thompson / Aria-Joshes Waterford / Elizabeth West .

Join us for the opening with Costa Georgiadis 31
st October, 4pm tickets $20

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Eden Gardens, 307 Lane Cove Road, Macquarie Park, NSW 2113

November 2021 - April 2022 Free entry | More info
: 31 Oct 2021, 4:00pm-8:00pm, Ticketed event (Sold Out)

Que des femmes/Only women - 6th Biennale of Non-Objective Art / Satellite show at Factory 49

Gallery: 24 Nov - 4 Dec 2021 | Online: 18 Sept - 13 Nov 2021

Factory 49 presents ‘Que des femmes … Only women …’ a satellite exhibition of the 6th biennale of international non-objective art.

Participating artists:

Pam Aitken, Susan Andrews, Karen Benton, Louise Blyton, Liz Bodey, Susan Buret, Mandy Burgess, Sue Callanan, Melinda Clyne, Sandra Curry, Elizabeth Day, Rox De Rox De Luca, Lynne Eastaway, Nicole Ellis, Sarah Fitzgerald, Barbara Halnan, Jan Handel, Annelies Jahn, Wendy Kelly, Alexandra Kennedy, Pia Larsen, Michelle Le Michelle Le Dain, Pamela Leung, Sara Lindsay, Kate Mackay, Nicola McClelland, Ro Murray, Anya Pesce, Margaret Roberts, Elke Wohlfahrt

Dedicated to Barbara Halnan (1941-2021) who is with us in the show

Curated by Lisa Pang & Anya Pesce

International curator Billy Gruner

Biennale founder & curator Roland Orépük

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Factory 49, 49 Shepherd St, Marrickville, NSW 2204

Virtual exhibition: 18 Sept - 13 Nov 2021 | Gallery: 24 Nov - 4 Dec 2021

Metamporhosis / Gallery Lane Cove Online

19 Aug - 10 Oct 2021



A selection of Gallery Lane Cove + Creative Studios past and present Artists-in-Residence reflect on the theme of Metamorphosis through photography, sculpture, drawing, mixed and new media.

The online exhibition surveys explorations into the transformative processes of human and environmental conditions. The collection of works signifies the metamorphosis of time within the context of the COVID-19 pandemic, a journey of reflection, change, regeneration and the post Anthropocene experience.

Curators: Jennifer Brady & Joanna Williams
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Metamorphosis Virtual Exhibition / Gallery Lane Cove Online

19 Aug - 30 Sept 2021 | EXTENDED until 10 October 2021

SHADES OF RED IV / Incinerator Art Space

14 Apr - 2 May 2021

An exhibition of abstract paintings, installations and interactive performance by Pamela Leung.

Shades Of Red lV, 2021 presents an exhibition of mixed media, installation and painting. Pamela Leung explores themes such as the mundane routines of everyday life, relationships, connections, displacement, and the diaspora. She shares her personal migratory experience with the audience, while also allowing them to reflect on the broader ideas of identity and displacement. The colour red takes on a significant symbolic status in her work, representing the differing emotional perspectives of Western and Eastern cultures. Further, she sees red as the very colour that runs through us, despite what colour skin we are.

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Incinerator Art Space, 2 Small Street, Willoughby, NSW 2068 | More Info

14 Apr - 2 May 2021

Hours: Mon-Fri 8.30am - 5pm (first Wednesday of every month - 10am-5pm)

Reification Complex / Our Neon Foe

OPENING 6 March 2021

Featuring: Anje Rossendell-Piper, Mx TOY, Daryl Prondoso, Isobel Brinin, Lily Golightly, Pamela Leung, Audrey Tan, Kazu Quill, Anton Pulvirenti, Patrick Mcdavitt, Viola Nazario. Essay by Philip Ma. Curated by Sebastian Henry Jones

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Our Neon Foe, 411 Parramatta Rd, Leichhardt NSW 2040

Opening: 6 March 2021 1-5PM RVSP essential due to capacity limits.

NEW BEGINNING / Willoughby Council Foyer Art Space

14 Apr - 2 May 2021

Lunar New Year show for Willoughby Council

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Willoughby Council Foyer Art Space, 31 Victor St, Chatswood NSW 2067

2 February to 1 March 2021

Hours: Monday to Friday 9am-5pm

FRACAS ONE / Articulate Project Space

15 - 17 Jan 2021

FRACAS ONE shows the work of Lisa Andrew, Pamela Leung, Tara McIntosh, Raymond Matthews, Margaret Roberts, Kit Bylett, and Sue Callanan.

FRACAS continues Articulate’s experiment with exhibition practice begun with FAIRISLE, FERAL, FERRET, FERMENT and FROLIC FREEZE in previous years. It presents the exhibition as a changing site by re-contextualising each artwork with new works installed in the gaps left by the departure of works that were installed earlier. This weekly coming and going of artworks is a slow and progressive art-dance, each step of which is seen by coming to each of its six Friday-Sunday iterations until Feb 22. Opening events are each Saturday 1-5pm.

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Articulate Project Space, 497 Parramatta Rd, Leichhardt NSW 2040

Opening: 1-5pm Saturday 16 JAN | Hours: 11am-5pm Friday to Sunday 15-17 JAN 2021


13 JAN 2021, 5-6PM HKT

Hosted by Celia Ho, Para Site Curator; and Joseph Chen, Para Site Project Manager/Assistant Curator.

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Supported by Australia Council of the Arts

Online: 13 January 2021, 5-6PM HKT