Galerie Ora-Ora

Amplified : Part One - Juri Markkula & Cindy Ng Joint Exhibition

by Juri Markkula, Cindy Ng

Date: 26 June, 2018 | 6:00 pm - 8:00 pm
Galerie Ora-Ora is delighted to present Amplified a two-part exhibition that brings together the latest works by Juri Markkula and Cindy Ng Sio-Leng, showcasing their creative dialogue on capturing the essence of the natural world. Through a unique pairing of mixed-media works and video installations, Amplified reveals the artists' escalation of nature and the amplification of the natural world with an innovative outlook.   The exhibition is divided into two separate parts - with one headlined with main works by one artist and supported by the other - and the overall outlook offering a carefully constructed visual conversation between the two.  The first part of the exhibition will see works by Markkula in the main gallery space with Ng's pieces presented in the adjacent. T... Read more

Puerta Roja


by Carlos Cruz-Diez, Yaacov Agam, Jesús Rafael Soto and Victor Vasarely, Gladys Nistor, Gruppo MID, Ventoso, Mariano Ferrante, Hans Kooi, Pe Lang, Olivier Ratsi

Date: 10 May, 2018 | 6:00 pm - 8:30 pm
Building on the major success of the first Asia solo show by Op and Kinetic art master Carlos Cruz-Diez held in May 2017, Puerta Roja is proud to present works by the acclaimed artist once again, and this time in a group exhibition celebrating the genre.  Movement is a joint exhibition with iconic Galerie Denise René from Paris, and features works by Cruz-Diez alongside his Op and Kinetic Art contemporaries, whose careers were all catapulted by the renowned gallerist Denise René during the 1950s. The title pays tribute to Denise René’s history-making exhibition "Le Mouvement" (1955) while referring to the osculating colours and forms that invite the viewer to be a part of the artwork as an active participant. On from 10 May to 21 July 2018, the exhibition displays both historical... Read more

Pékin Fine Arts

Robin Moyer (b. USA, lives and works in Hong Kong): My China (1976 – Present)

by Robin Moyer

Date: 23 June, 2018 | 2:00 pm - 6:00 pm
Robin Moyer (b. USA, lives and works in Hong Kong): My China (1976 – Present) June 23 – August 25, 2018 “Everybody sees color differently; black and white levels the field and brings content to the fore” – Robin Moyer, Hong Kong, 2018 Pékin Fine Arts is honored to host our 1st solo exhibition of black and white photography by Robin Moyer, an award winning photo-journalist, with a career spanning over five decades in Asia and China. Over 30 images will be on view in this comprehensive presentation of the artist’s China work. Moyer’s images capture with a sympathetic and savvy lens many of the most tumultuous and moving events of recent history. His photography spotlights the people and images at the periphery of Asia’s most newsworthy stories, shot while on assignment... Read more

A2Z Art Gallery

"Psynaps" a solo exhibition by DanHôo

by DanHôo

Date: 5 July, 2018 | 6:00 am - 5:00 pm
DanHôo’s inaugural exhibition with A2Z Art Gallery is body of works entitled “Psynaps”. The artist practices a vigorous application of his chosen material, allowing his audience to find a point of connection between the heartfelt emotions and the psychologically induced feelings. Through his creations, the viewer can take an introspective journey to discover these connections of pigments and colour. Art transmits a universal message that can be appreciated despite cultural, religious, and economic differences across time. It has been attracting attention through generations and has served as a symbolic communicative system, a method of expression and abstracting. Through the artists practice, the role of art, both from a psychological and a neurological perspective becomes eve... Read more

Rossi & Rossi

Billy Apple® Six Decades 1962 – 2018

by Billy Apple

Date: 9 June, 2018 | 3:00 pm - 6:00 pm
Rossi & Rossi is pleased to announce the exhibition Billy Apple®Six Decades 1962–2018, taking place from 9 June to 27 July in Hong Kong. Regarded as a pivotal artist in the British and New York pop and conceptual art movements of the 1960s and ’70s, Billy Apple’s examination and promotion of an identity, and his uncompromising and singular means to do so, place him amongst the most idiosyncratic artists of our time. Rossi & Rossi’s presentation tracks his practice over three continents and six decades through seminal works from each period. Apple will give a public talk with Christina Barton, the exhibition’s curator, on 9 June at 3:00 p.m., followed by a reception at the gallery. Born Barrie Bates in Aucklandin 1935, the artist enrolled at the Royal College of Art, L... Read more