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Singer Lydia Hong Chen is Appointed LABA Advisor at the LA Art Show 2023

Updated: Feb 22, 2023


Lydia Hong Chen (center) receives LABA appointment letter from the Los Angeles Beverly Arts (LABA) advisors/members Lisa Schulte (L), Harrison Engle, Todd Williamson, and Marisa Caichiolo


Los Angeles, California, USA. 19th February, 2023. Lydia Hong Chen, a well-known singer in China, was invited by the Los Angeles Beverly Arts (LABA) International Art Festival to attend the the LA Art Show 2023 and receive an appointment letter to be the International Advisor for Light Art for the LABA International Art Festival 2022-2023. Lydia Hong Chen is also a light artist and has recently founded the Metaverse Art Museum in the city of ShenZhen, China.


Lydia Hong Chen's light art on display in China


The LA Art Show opened on February 15th with a VIP reception, and ushered in the closing ceremony on Sunday, February 19th. Todd Williamson, co-chairman of LABA International Art Festival, Lisa Schulte, LABA advisor, Harrison Engle, co-chairman of LABA International Art Festival, Marisa Caichiolo, LABA advisor, attended the ceremony for the presentation of the appointment letter. Lisa Schulte, an internationally renowned light artist, spoke highly of to Lydia Hong Chen's work as a light artist. Todd Williamson presented the appointment letter award to her on the red carpet.


Lydia Hong Chen is interviewed by the media


Lydia Hong Chen is interviewed by LABA host Maxwell Gobbell


Lydia Hong Chen's art museum, the Metaverse Art Museum in ShenZhen, China, was founded for displaying her light art, but she still works as a music artist and documentary director. She also serves as the art consultant of Shenzhen Railway Real Estate Group, and is committed to creating multimedia digital visual art for Shenzhen Metro and Metro Real Estate. The Shenzhen Metro, a high-tech subway, combined with metaverse digital visual art, could allow people to travel through virtual and reality. Taking the Shenzhen Metro could be not only a high-tech subway, but also a subway with humanistic care. This would allow digital media visual art to enter the real subway.


ShenZhen Eye, a world-class subway station built by Shenzhen Metro Group, is a digital multimedia visual art feast created by the visual art team of Lydia Chen from the Metaverse Art Museum, with Shentie Real Estate Group's endless travel, reaching infinite possibilities. It is a check-in place for modern young people and an exhibition hall for enterprises and governments to visit and study. Shenzhen Metro is the first enterprise to introduce a Metaverse multimedia digital visual art into the subway. It helps China's subway rank among the most artistic in the world.


Lydia Hong Chen's light art on display in China


Princess Karen Cantrell, chairman of the Royal Society of Saint George, California Branch, also spoke highly Lydia Hong Chen's work and commented on her social media platform, "This is so stunningly beautiful. It takes my breath away."


Princess Karen Cantrell


The LABA host, Maxwell Gobbell, interviewed Lydia Hong Chen and asked her to talk about her feelings about being appointed as an international art advisor. Maxwell Gobbell also interviewed the other LABA advisors/members of the LABA International Art Festival Organizing Committee. They all said that it was exciting to work with such an outstanding and talented artist. Lydia Hong Chen's appearance at LA Art Show is of special symbolic significance to her, and can be regarded as the third turn in her life. From being a famous singer to a 15-year career as a documentary director to now, a multimedia digital visual artist, we can see her independent spirit and emergence as a visual light artist at the international level. Some of her fans recognized her at the show and she posed for a group photo.


Lisa Schulte is interviewed by LABA host Maxwell Gobbell


Harrison Engle is interviewed by LABA host Maxwell Gobbell


Todd Williamson is interviewed by LABA host Maxwell Gobbell


Marisa Caichiolo and LABA host Maxwell Gobbell


At the LA Art Show, Lydia Hong Chen visited some of the art exhibits. When showing her work, there were gallery managers who expressed interest in her light art in both in Europe and the US. Artificial intelligence art designer, Daniel Amescua, Lisa Schulte, neon light artist, and Marisa Caichiolo, founder of the Building Bridges Art Exchange all invited Lydia Hong Chen to visit their art studios.


Here are some samples of Lydia Hong Chen's light art:


Lydia Hong Chen's light art in China


Lydia Hong Chen's light art in China


Lydia Hong Chen with her light art in China


Lydia Hong Chen with her light art in China


Lydia Hong Chen with her light art in China








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