Unit Gallery presents


Double Intensity


by Anniek Verholt & Rachel Cheung

Unit Gallery (L5-23),

JCCAC, 30 Pak Tin Street, Kowloon,

Hong Kong



+ 852 9453 1626


This is the joint art exhibition by Dutch artist Anniek Verholt and Hong Kong artist Rachel Cheung. With different approaches and media, both artists try to explore the "value" in this contemporary era. Anniek's 2-D mixed media works are mainly oil on paper and highlighted by 24 carat pure gold. She tries to express her perception of value in the Western society. Rachel makes use of ceramic pieces in collaboration with ephemeral, organic soil and seeds to tell her story of the importance of equilibrium in the Universe.

About the exhibition

9-24 April

Sat & Sun

1:30 pm - 6 pm


About the artist

Anniek Verholt is a Dutch artist based in London.  

After years of painting and drawing and having trained and worked as an Art Therapist Anniek was awarded a scholarship for a MA in Fine Arts in the UK in 2003. The technical and versatile nature of glass made her decide to transfer to the MA Glass course (based at the National Glass Centre in Sunderland) which she successfully completed in 2004.


Anniek exhibits her fascinating work internationally and creates bespoke art, transforming live and workspaces.


Rachel Cheung Wai-sze was born and is based in Hong Kong. She obtained a Bachelor’s degree from the Royal Melbourne Institute of Technology University, Australia in 2001, majoring in ceramics. She also obtained a Master degree in Fine Arts (Glass) from the University of Sunderland and another MFA from the Middlesex University in the UK. She was a winner of the "Hong Kong Art Biennial Exhibition 2001." In 2002, she won an award of the "Artists in the Neighbourhood Scheme II." She then awarded for the Residency Programme in North Lands Creative Glass, Scotland, funded by the Gulbenkian Foundation. She was invited to participate in the International Biennale of Contemporary Ceramics 2006 in Vallauris, France. She is the founder of Unit Gallery. Her artworks have collected by the Hong Kong Museum of Art, Hong Kong Heritage Museum, and Taiwan Yingge Ceramics Museum.