And then we are strangers again - Vivian Ho

A22 Art Gallery is pleased to announce that our new gallery in Hong Kong, located at 20 Gage Street, Central, will open its door to public from June 8, 2017. In the meanwhile, the gallery will bring Hong Kong artist Vivian Ho’s solo exhibition called “And then we are strangers again” in the gallery. The opening ceremony will begin at 6 pm on June 8, in the presence of the artist and the gallerist. The exhibition title is... Read more

Heri Dono Solo Exhibition "Land of Freedom"

Tang Contemporary Art is proud to present the first solo gallery exhibition of Heri Dono in Hong Kong, “Land of Freedom” June 29 – August 12, 2017, features new paintings and an installation work from one of the most celebrated artists from Indonesia. Heri Dono (b. 1960) has exhibited internationally including the Venice Biennale (2003, 2015), Asia Society New York, Singapore Art Museum, and the Gwangju Biennale (1995, 2... Read more

Desiring-Post 97 Hong Kong Ink Art

Lui Shou-kwan, Wucius Wong, Fang Zhaoling, TC Lai Kum Chi-keung, Man Fung-yi, Cheuk Ka-wai Cherie, Ho Kwun-ting, Hui Hoi-kiu, Zhang Xiaoli Co-curated by Daphne King & Eric Leung   Opening reception: 6 July, Thursday, 6-8pm In the presence of the artists   Talk: 8 July, Saturday, 3-5pm Post 97 Hong Kong Ink Art By Tang Hoi-chiu (Adjunct Professor, Academy of Visual Arts, Hong Kong Baptis... Read more

Talk: Post 97 Hong Kong Ink Art

Talk: 8 July (Saturday) 3-5pm Tang Hoi-chiu (Adjunct Professor, Academy of Visual Arts, Hong Kong Baptist University), Daphne King (Gallery Director), Wucius Wong and Cheuk Ka-wai Cherie, artists Moderator: Eric Leung Exhibition catalogue available After 1997, Hong Kong has gone even further in the development of ink art. Influenced by native consciousness and commercial factors, a new era of contemporary ink art w... Read more

Yuán Róng

Darius MA (b.1960) graduated at the Hong Kong First Institute of Art and Design in 1979. With his passion in art, he pursues his career as a graphic designer, and has always got involved and collaborates in painting/creating with Hong Kong and China artists, such as Fish King(魚王) and Yu Kewei(余克危) ever since his graduation.   In his newest series, Wu Wei 無為 , the artist combines the use of Chinese ink ... Read more

“Visions Present and Future” – The Hong Kong Visual Arts Society 43rd Annual Exhibition

Exhibition Duration: 1 July – 29 July 2017 Opening Hours: Monday to Saturday | 11am – 6pm Opening Reception: 1 July (Sat) 2017 | 5 – 8pm (*Artists Present) Venue: Art Experience Gallery Artists: Gaylord Chan, Peggy Chan, Eddie Cheung, Josephine Chow, Michelle Fung Kuen Suet, He Jilan, Kwok Mang Ho (Frog King), Danny Lee, Li Ki Kwok, Eddie Lui, Samuel O, Paul Pang, Raymond Pang, Tsang Fan Kwong, Wong Wing Tong, Stephe... Read more

Lithuanian Artist Gedvile Grace Bunikyte's Solo Exhibition - In ToTo

In ToTo Artist: Gedvile Grace Bunikyte (Lithuanian) Exhibition Duration:1 July - 15 July 2017 Sin Sin Fine Art invites you to an intimate session with Lithuanian Artist Gedvile Grace Bunikyte to decode the logos, nature and existence behind her art to inaugurate her first solo exhibition "In ToTo" at Sin Sin Atelier on 1 July 2017, 6pm-7pm. You are welcome to join us for a wine-pairing feast of five senses along with cra... Read more

Beyond Senses, Beyond Colours - Solo Exhibition of Leo K. K. Wong

Kwai Fung Hin Art Gallery is proud to present their first solo exhibition by Hong Kong photographer Leo K. K. Wong (b. 1932), entitled “Beyond Senses, Beyond Colours”. The exhibition will feature a total of 49 colour and black-and-white photographs spanning over 50 years of creation. The distinctive and differing styles of Wong’s colour and black-and-white works attest to the transition of his interests throughout his ar... Read more

Sui Jianguo

This summer, Pace Hong Kong will present solo exhibition of Sui jianguo, featuring a selection of his paper and sculpture works.The exhibition will open on July 7, and on view through August 24. The opening reception on July 6 from 6 – 8 p.m. will be open to the public. The artist will be in attendance.

Happily Ever After

Blindspot Gallery is delighted to present “Happily Ever After”, a summer group exhibition featuring works by ten recent graduates of BA and MFA programs of Academy of Visual Arts at Hong Kong Baptist University, The Chinese University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong Art School, and The School of Creative Media at City University of Hong Kong. Showcasing a wide range of materials and approaches, including drawing, paintings, mixed ... Read more