Hong Kong Art Week 2019 - Save the Date

Date: 21 November, 2019 | 12:00 am - 11:59 pm
The Hong Kong Art Gallery Association (HKAGA) is excited to announce this year's Hong Kong Art Week (HKAW), beginning 21 November, 2019 and running through 30 November.   Entering its 7th year, the HKAW 2019 presents a collective front of art galleries together with various facets of the art industry in one of the biggest art festivals in Hong Kong. Special events supported by the HKAGA’s 52 member galleries will take place throughout the week, with highlights as follows:  Art Gallery Night | 21 Nov 2019, 6pm – 8pm Follow our map and go gallery hopping in Central, Sheung Wan and Sai Ying Pun on the opening night of the HKAW. Art lovers will be treated to a feast of opening receptions and special events that range from artist talks to workshops an... Read more

Alisan Fine Arts (Central)

Enriching Steles: Ink Art by Lee Chun-yi

by Lee Chun-yi

Date: 14 November, 2019 | 12:00 am - 12:00 am
Opening Week Artist talk: 18, Monday, 6-7pm Private reception: 19, Tuesday, 6-8pm In the presence of the artist Art Gallery Night: 21, Thursday, 6-8pm Exhibition runs 14 November 2019 - 9 January 2020 Catalogue available In our first solo exhibition for Taiwan ink artist Lee Chun-yi, Alisan Fine Arts will present a recent selection of his traditionally inspired landscapes and scholar rocks created by unique stamping and rubbing technique. This exhibition draws particular attention to the classical reference of Lee's practice, including landscape, calligraphy, carving, and poetry, and the fusion of these timeless elements into a revolutionary style often interpreted as photorealist, and universally as contemporary. Born in Kaohsiung, Taiwan in 1965, Lee Chun-yi moved... Read more

Sansiao Gallery

HOMMAGE

Date: 14 November, 2019 | 6:00 pm - 8:00 pm
Sansiao gallery HK is pleased to announce "HOMMAGE", a group exhibition of artists from Hong Kong and Japan. This is a series of exhibitions which showcases emerging artists creating artwork that is inspired by eminent pieces in our collection. This series has received acclaim from visitors, who have discovered exciting up and coming artists alongside classic works from our vault. Ryoko Kaneta x ANDO HIROSHIGE Kayo Matsushima x GEORGES BRAQUE Stephanie Sin x ANDY WARHOL Timothy Zauhou x MASARU SHICHINOHE Damon Tong x MARY ELLEN JOHNSON Otto Li x VITO ACCONCI Hogalee x ROY LICHTENSTEIN Sumiko Iwaoka x SARAH CHARLESWORTH Taku Hisamura x CHRISTO Read more

Lehmann Maupin

Helen Pashgian

Date: 12 November, 2019 | 6:00 pm - 8:00 pm
Lehmann Maupin is pleased to announce a major, double gallery exhibition of works by Light and Space artist Helen Pashgian. The Los Angeles-based artist’s first solo exhibition in Asia will span both of Lehmann Maupin’s Hong Kong and Seoul galleries and feature new work from her most notable Column, Lens, Sphere, and wall mounted sculptural series. Working during the 1960s amidst artists such as James Turrell, Robert Irwin, Larry Bell, Mary Corse, DeWain Valentine, and Peter Alexander, Pashgian has been recognized as a key figure in advancing the techniques necessary to harness the art-making potential of industrial mediums including plastic epoxies and resins. She transforms these raw materials into ethereal works that give the illusion of both containing and emanating light. There wi... Read more

Massimo De Carlo

CARLA ACCARDI YEESOOKYUNG : FRAGMENTS OF FORM

Date: 31 October, 2019 | 6:00 pm - 8:00 pm
CARLA ACCARDI YEESOOKYUNG FRAGMENTS OF FORM   Massimo De Carlo gallery is pleased to present Fragments of Form, two solo presentations by Italian artist Carla Accardi alongside Korean artist Yeesookyung. Hailing from the post-war avant garde art movement in Italy, Accardi’s work has often been described as calligraphic abstraction, although the artist’s career spans decades of experimentation not only with the abstraction on the painted medium, but also groundbreaking inquiry of the physicality of materials. Yeesookyung, on the other hand, is distinguished by a unique interdisciplinary approach and the ability to relate to different and extremely varied mediums, indeed she came to prominence with her Translated Vase series. Fragments of Form pinpoints a mutual ex... Read more