Karin Weber Gallery

'20/20'

by Emily Allchurch, Aung Myint, Tina Buchholtz, Luke Ching, Daisuke Teshima, Eric Fok, Angela Glajcar, Kim Yunjae, Li Ting Ting, Min Wae Aung, Carmen Ng, Peter Panyoczki, Alberto Reguera, Wilson Shieh, Willi Siber, Tsang Chui Mei, Annie Wan, Wang Gang, Xue Mo and Zun Ei Phyu

Date: 20 September, 2019 | 6:00 pm - 9:00 pm
Karin Weber Gallery is proud to introduce its anniversary group show ‘20/20: Celebrating 20 Years at Karin Weber Gallery’ this month. Selected works by twenty artists from almost all over the world come together in the gallery space at 20 Aberdeen Street. Many of the works are bespoke creations for this show and create a snapshot of the history and future of this vibrant contemporary art gallery with local roots and a global outlook. When founder Karin Weber arrived in Hong Kong in 1990, she was not anticipating setting up an art gallery. A few years on, she fell in love with the relatively undiscovered art of Myanmar (Burma) -- nine years later, Karin Weber Gallery opened its doors with the inaugural show of classic works by Burmese artist Min Wae Aung. Today, the gallery contin... Read more

Sin Sin Fine Art | Sin Sin Atelier

Rise | Sun Guangyi

by Sun Guangyi

Date: 20 September, 2019 | 6:00 pm - 9:00 pm
Sin Sin Fine Art is pleased to announce it will host a major exhibition of influential contemporary Chinese artist Sun Guangyi in Hong Kong. “Once obscured by the dust of life, one meets the fragrant western breeze” The showcase will be a visual journey of Sun’s seminal works in ink. Living in Dali City in Yunnan, the unassuming Sun is an artist of great personal humility but whose works invoke stunning power and expansive ideas. Sun attended the Shenzhou Art Academy in 1983 and studied traditional Chinese painting and calligraphy, graduating from the Liaoning University of Art and Culture. Having been to the Beijing Yuan Ming Yuan ('Garden of Perfect Brightness', Artist Village), Sun experienced the greatness of the Eastern philosophy, as well as the great scriptures and the old... Read more

Pace Gallery - H Queen's

Louise Nevelson & Yin Xiuzhen

by Louise Nevelson, Yin Xiuzhen

Date: 21 September, 2019 | 6:00 pm - 8:00 pm
Hong Kong—Pace is pleased to present Louise Nevelson & Yin Xiuzhen, a two-person exhibition puts in dialog one of the premier sculptors of the twentieth century in Nevelson with a renowned Chinese contemporary artist in Yin. Coming from different eras and cultural backgrounds, this exhibition places the work of each artist into juxtaposition for the first time. Nevelson’s large-scale wood ’walls,’ with their heavy dark tones, and Yin’s colorful sculptures made of light materials draw unique associations and contrasts that retains their bohemian style and creates a conceptual resonance that explores the relation between the two artists’ works with a new perspective. The exhibition will be on view at Pace Gallery in the H Queen’s building from September 21 – November 15, ... Read more

SHOP Taka Ishii Gallery

COSMIC WONDER “Harmonic Meditation”

by Curated by COSMIC WONDER / Yukinori Maeda, Hiroki Tashiro (Artist), Kaoru Yokoo (Artist), Masaru Kawai (Woodworker), Miyakono Yasuda (Earthenware artist), rinn to hitsuji (Candle Artist), Sumiko Ishii (Craft designer), Yasuhide Ono (Accessory designer)

Date: 21 September, 2019 | 3:00 pm - 5:00 pm
SHOP Taka Ishii Gallery is pleased to present “Harmonic Meditation” the very first solo exhibition of COSMIC WONDER from September 21 to November 10. The exhibition will feature pieces from COSMIC WONDER’s 2019 Autumn/Winter Collection titled “Harmonic Meditation”. Additionally, it will include works of various media, available for purchase, produced under the theme “harmonic mediation”, by craft artists selected by COSMIC WONDER. Harmonic Meditation The season when the water jug echoes the heavens Beautiful dimensions ascend from the earth Like myself and my true self The sky and soil touch with light Smiling angels and spirits rejoicing Flickering all around like radiant stars To bring all of life into harmony Warmth rises up Remembrances emerge from the pas... Read more

Alisan Fine Arts (Aberdeen)

South Island Art Day Departures: Three Chinese Diaspora Artists Leng Hong, Liu Jian, Yi Kai

by Leng Hong, Liu Jian, Yi Kai

Date: 21 September, 2019 | 12:00 pm - 8:00 pm
Open especially for South Island Art Day 21 September 2019 (Saturday) 12pm-8pm Guided tours and dance performances 1:30pm and 3:30pm Free shuttle bus from Wong Chuk Hang Ovolo Hotel to Alisan Fine Arts, from 12pm-7:30pm, for more information visit www.sicd.com.hk 22 June –  30 September 2019 (by appointment only) Alisan Fine Arts is pleased to present a group exhibition for three Chinese diaspora artists, Leng Hong, Liu Jian, and Yi Kai at our Aberdeen space. These three contemporaries emigrated from China in the late 1980s and deserve attention, in that regard, as a new wave of "Lost Generation" artists. The earlier waves of these displaced souls include masters long represented by Alisan Fine Arts, such as Zao Wou-ki, Chu Teh-chun, and Walasse Ting, who left China in... Read more