Art Day at South Island

Date: 25 November, 2017 | 12:00 pm - 7:00 pm
Check-in at Sensory ZERO, One Island South, G01, 2 Heung Yip Rd, Wong Chuk Hang (Opposite to Wong Chuk Hang MTR station) Getting around: Free shuttle bus services between Wong Chuk Hang, Ap Lei Chau and Tin Wan. Event Map: A treat for gallery-hopping art lovers, who can take this opportunity to tour HKAGA’s Southside member galleries. Visitors can enjoy video screenings at Vhils’s new Wong Chuk Hang studio, listen to a talk by artist Louise Soloway and catch musical performances in courtesy of HK Sinfonietta. For visitors hoping to get a hands-on experience, artist Cristina Moroño will lead papermaking workshops at her studio. Visitors can also make the most of the weekend with generous discount at Y... Read more

Family Art Day

Date: 26 November, 2017 | 11:00 am - 5:00 pm
Through making handicraft and engaging in the process of artistic creation, our children become "mini artists" themselves and their interest in art is nurtured from a young age. A diverse range of activities create a carnival atmosphere and encourage children to enjoy creating art together, thus the spirit of our "Artropolis" is passed onto the next generation. This free community event is open to all of Hong Kong: children, youth, students, families and charities. Open to young and old alike, Family Art Day is a chance to get involved with creative outdoor activities that will engage the whole family. Parents and children can attend arts and crafts workshops run by art organisations such as Asia Society, K11 Art Foundation and Affordable Art Fair. Art Loop will lead a large-scale collabor... Read more

Lehmann Maupin

Teresita Fernández: Rise and Fall

by Teresita Fernández

Date: 26 October, 2017 | 6:00 pm - 8:00 pm
Hong Kong, October 3, 2017—Lehmann Maupin is pleased to present Rise and Fall, an immersive installation of recent works by Teresita Fernández. For the artist’s second Hong Kong exhibition, Fernández will debut 24 solid graphite and pencil landscapes as an immersive installation. The relief panels, depicting the rise and fall of the tide and shifting horizon lines, are densely arranged on graphite-colored walls where Fernandez has extended the blue-hued images by drawing directly on the wall surface. The result is a site-specific installation with thousands of blue horizon lines that rise and fall, surrounding the viewer. The title of the show, Rise and Fall, is also a reference to how this term is used to describe the rhythm and swinging pendulum of power and social movements throug... Read more

Contemporary by Angela Li

Human Nature - Jacky Tsai Solo Exhibition

Date: 22 November, 2017 | 6:00 pm - 8:00 pm
Contemporary by Angela Li is proud to present Human Nature, solo exhibition of London-based Chinese pop artist Jacky Tsai. The exhibition encompasses his latest works in a diverse range of media, including traditional Chinese lacquer woodcarving, traditional Suzhou embroidery, porcelain, acrylic on canvases and screen prints. Fusing together elements such as classical Chinese motifs, characters from old Chinese folk tales or Western comics, Tsai deploys aesthetically pleasing and fun imageries to present contemporary subject matters, which are often major current topics and social issues affecting contemporary societies today. By making his works in pop art style using techniques such as traditional Chinese lacquer carvings, traditional Suzhou embroidery, porcelain and hand-crafted scre... Read more

Tang Contemporary Art

Shen Liang · Zhang Zhenyu | Joint Exhibition "Trace"

by Shen Liang, Zhang Zhenyu

Date: 2 November, 2017 | 6:00 pm - 8:00 pm
Tang Contemporary Art Hong Kong is proud to announce the opening of “Trace,” a joint exhibition for Shen Liang and Zhang Zhenyu, on November 2, 2017. The exhibition presents Shen Liang’s latest Shell Paper series and Zhang Zhenyu’s Dust series. These two artists engage with the issues of time and spirit in artistic creation through complex, time-consuming manual processes while exploring the aesthetic forms of minimalist abstraction. Shen Liang’s Shell Paper takes sunflower seed shells as its subject. He captures the similarities between the forms of the seed shells and the calligraphic structures of dots, vertical lines, horizontal lines, downward strokes, and upward strokes, using calligraphic strokes to present his forms. Every shell is depicted using the techniques of trad... Read more