Johnson Tsang is a Hong Kong-based sculptor specializing in ceramics, stainless steel sculpture and public art work. His unique style and surreal imagination give life to his bizarre human-like objects. With his subjects mostly being children and babies, the artist comments on issues like age, innocence and emotions. Tsang calls his collection of creepy porcelain-skinned babies, Inner Child, as an attempt to depict adult worries and troubles through the purer mentality of children.
In the press release for his show Inner Child , Tsang explains his motivations, “Every adult has an inner child deep inside our soul. It is what keeps us curious, urges us to pursue happiness . . . and above all, gives us courage to embrace our truest selves.”