A2Z Art Gallery


by Vivian Ho, Takashi Hara, Liane Chu, DanHôo, Bao Ho, Gao Jie, Christina Lopez, Yiu Chi Leung

Date: 8 August, 2018 | 6:00 pm - 8:00 pm
INTERPR8 A group exhibition with: Vivian Ho, Takashi Hara, Liane Chu, DanHôo, Bao Ho, Gao Jie, Christina Lopez, Yiu Chi Leung In the collective exhibition “INTERPR8”, A2Z Art Gallery have selected a group of 8 Asian contemporary artists, challenging their broad range of artistic diversity in order to harmonise their individual milieu with the aim to produce a body of works that studies the interpretability of the number 8 and the meaning of 8 within their cultures. Biblical numerology signifies the code number 8 means Resurrection and Regeneration. It is the number of a new beginning. The number 8 is a symbol of harmony, balance, abundance and power. The ability to make decisions. The Pythagoreans called the number eight “Ogdoad” and considered it the “little holy... Read more

Lucie Chang Fine Arts



Date: 13 July, 2018 | 6:00 pm - 8:00 pm
Lucie Chang Fine Arts is pleased to announce the opening of KILLED OR BE KILLED: Duo Exhibition of WANTO x NECKFACE, at Lucie Chang Fine Arts. Curated by Hong-Kong graffiti follower, collector Eric Wong, presented by L+, one of the young Lucie Chang Fine Arts’ affiliates, the exhibition and its associated events is the very first complex post graffiti/street art presentation ever housed in the gallery’s Sheung Wan space. Like it or not – having grown from a local New York subculture into a worldwide phenomenon with its own heroes and business models, graffiti now has sneaked into the highbrow art world we all feel generally comfortable with. Things tend to get even “messier” with powerful, self-expression statements and popularized stickers popping up on the streets and high-v... Read more

Edouard Malingue Gallery, Hong Kong

Film Screening II

by Su Yu-Hsien, Ko Sin Tung, Tao Hui, Evelyn Wang, Wong Ping, Yu Cheng-Ta

Date: 26 July, 2018 | 6:00 pm - 8:00 pm
Edouard Malingue Gallery (Hong Kong) is pleased to present the second edition of ‘Film Screening’, a summer programme initiated in 2017 focusing on moving image. This iteration brings together six artists from Hong Kong to China to Taiwan and features works such as ‘The Prophet’ (2016) by Su Yu-Hsien, ‘The World of Yesterday’ (2017) by Ko Sin Tung, ‘Double Talk’ (2018) by Tao Hui, ‘Forest, A Man, A Baby’ (2015) by Evelyn Wang, ‘Wong Ping’s Fables 1’ (2018) by Wong Ping and ‘Tell Me What You Want’ (2017) by Yu Cheng-Ta. By presenting this group of filmmakers simultaneously, the film series aims to urge a deeper contemplation of each practice and allow for the possibility of dialogue between their oeuvres. Taiwanese artist Su Yu-Hsien primarily addresses the ... Read more

Pace Gallery - H Queen's


by Leo Villareal

Date: 20 July, 2018 | 6:00 pm - 8:00 pm
Pace Gallery is pleased to present an exhibition of new works by New York-based light artist Leo Villareal. Installed in Pace’s recently-opened gallery in Hong Kong’s new H Queen’s Building, ESCAPE VELOCITY will be the artist’s first solo exhibition in Asia and his second exhibition with Pace since joining the gallery in 2016. Villareal works with pixels and binary code to create rhythmic, non-repeating and random compositions in the light. Firmly rooted in abstraction and the psychology of perception, his work is purposefully open-ended and ethereal, encouraging viewers to draw their own interpretations. ESCAPE VELOCITY will be on view July 20 through September 7, 2018, at 12F, H Queen's, with a special opening reception for the artist on Friday, July 20 from 6 – 8 pm. The ex... Read more

Blindspot Gallery

Happily Ever After II – a summer group exhibition of recent art graduates

by Lo Lai Lai Natalie, Cheng Yin Ngan, Chau Lok Yan Cathy, Chuk Yin Man Edwin, Tam Cheuk Lam Jessie, Wong Chun Kit Louis, Yau Lok Yi Rose

Date: 7 July, 2018 | 4:00 pm - 6:30 pm
“Happily Ever After II” is the second iteration of our summer group exhibition featuring works by Lo Lai Lai Natalie and Cheng Yin Ngan, two practising artists from last year’s exhibition “Happily Ever After”, as well as five fresh graduates of BA programme, Chau Lok Yan Cathy, Chuk Yin Man Edwin, Tam Cheuk Lam Jessie, Wong Chun Kit Louis, and Yau Lok Yi Rose, from Academy of Visual Arts at Hong Kong Baptist University and The Chinese University of Hong Kong. The ensemble ranges in materials and approaches, including painting, mixed media, installation, video and photography. By showing fresh graduates alongside practising artists who completed their academic training a year ago, the exhibition articulates a balance between perseverance and growth, continuity and change. ... Read more