Galerie KOO

SABETH HOLLAND Solo Exhibition

by Sabeth Holland

Date: 24 September, 2019 | 6:00 pm - 8:30 pm
Galerie Koo is pleased to present Sabeth Holland’s first solo exhibition in Hong Kong. Born in 1959 in the Rhine Valley, Sabeth Holland is one of the established Swiss artists. She is popular with her unmistakable and unique works, combined with her many talents and skills have led to her success. Sabeth’s creativeness is expressed with vibrant colours and energy, her joyous personality and together with the use of multitude of medias on her paintings, sculptures and installations works… Sabeth brings out the positive sensations and emotions among people! In her current paintings—Poetic Treasures, Sabeth creates an escape to encounter the world with imaginations and poetic feelings; it is an extension of her bright and expressive creativity which is like powerful fairy tales.... Read more

Galerie Ora-Ora


by John Franzen

Date: 24 September, 2019 | 6:00 pm - 8:00 pm
Galerie Ora-Ora is pleased to present John Franzen's Solo Exhibition Continuum this September.  The opening reception will be held from 6 pm to 8 pm on September 24 (Tuesday), and the show will be on view until October 12. German artist John Franzen operates under a “Cosmology model”, exploring the universe around him and all that is constructed within it, including physics, philosophy and spirituality. Franzen’s series of paper drawings, “Each Line One Breath”, is an attempt to schematize and understand the relationship between space and time. In the parlance of the art world, terms such as “relativity”, “spacetime”, “gravitational waves” and “time dilation” are rarely used. However, these concepts are key to appreciating Franzen’s art. Contin... Read more

Leo Gallery

Cai Dongdong, Lei Lei, Wang Ningde Group Exhibition | Assembling Found Images | Curated by Gu Zheng

by Cai Dongong, Lei Lei, Wang Ningde

Date: 25 September, 2019 | 6:00 pm - 8:00 pm
Leo Gallery Hong Kong is delighted to present Assembling Found Images, a group exhibition curated by Gu Zheng, one of China’s most influential photography theorists, critics and curators, and featuring three award-winning Chinese contemporary artists; Cai Dongdong, Lei Lei and Wang Ningde. The exhibition, which explores and challenges perceptions of photography as a medium, will showcase 14 recent and new works, encompassing photo sculpture, collage and video. Thematically anchored in the artistic practice of working with found objects to explore new possibilities and subvert assumed restrictions around concepts of art production, the exhibition challenges perceptions of photography as a medium. Conceptually inspired by originators Marcel Duchamp and Pablo Picasso the use of found obj... Read more

Pearl Lam Galleries Hong Kong

Halaayt : Passages of Transcendence

by Hoon Kwak

Date: 26 September, 2019 | 12:00 am - 11:59 pm
Hong Kong—Pearl Lam Galleries is delighted to present Korean artist Hoon Kwak’s first Hong Kong solo exhibition Halaayt: Passages of Transcendence across its two galleries in Hong Kong. On display at H Queen’s are a selection of paintings from the Tea Bowls series (1980) and Incantation series (1980), as well as two site-specific installations Kalpa/Sound: What Marco Polo Left Behind (1995), Poem (2012). A recent series of paintings titled Halaayt is featured at the Pedder Building. Halaayt: Passages of Transcendence sheds light on the different trajectories of Kwak’s energetic and provocative art practice that covers a period of over 40 years. Fascinated by the ways in which we relate with nature through earthly and physical means, he breaks down the cultural boundaries by cele... Read more

Opera Gallery

Abstraction Athwart Worlds: Ties Between Modern Worlds

by Zao Wou-Ki, Chu Teh-Chun, Feng Xiao-Min, Pierre Soulages, Hans Hartung, Jean-Paul Riopelle

Date: 3 October, 2019 | 6:30 pm - 8:30 pm
Opera Gallery Hong Kong proudly presents its upcoming show: Abstraction Athwart Worlds: Ties Between Modern Worlds from 3rd October to 24th October, revealing 15 stunning artworks dating from the 70s to present. The exhibition ties together the abstract works that set out to uncover the rich interplay among culture, location and historic moment. Renowned Chinese artists including Zao Wou-Ki, Chu Teh-Chun and Feng Xiao-Min, along with their Western cognates, Pierre Soulages, Hans Hartung and Jean-Paul Riopelle will be displayed. Following its auspicious location at the crossroads of East and West, Opera Gallery Hong Kong has chosen to exhibit a compendium of works to provoke and stimulate your imagination and interpretation. These distinctive international giants of Post-War and contempo... Read more