A2Z Art Gallery

One Person - Two Systems

by Ng Lung Wai

Date: 24 March, 2018 | 6:00 pm - 8:00 pm
One Person - Two Systems Born and raised in Hong Kong before the return of the sovereignty, Ng Lung Wai is a visual artist very much influenced by western eugenics. As with many Hong Kongese from the 1970s of ethnic Chinese descent, culturally he feels “Chinese” despite the inevitable influence drawn from a hybrid lifestyle that was not uncommon among this generation of Hongkongers, a generation that grew up to know Hong Kong as the British Colonial, city-state. In the solo exhibition “One person – Two systems”, a reflection of Ng’s cultural identity, the artist once again invokes indicative and iconic portraits, working with a new range of materials, which juxtapose cultural references recalling the Hong Kong artist’s observations of the developing landscapes. It is w... Read more

Whitestone Gallery Hollywood Road

Miwa Komatsu

by Miwa Komatsu

Date: 23 February, 2018 | 12:00 am - 11:59 pm
February 23 - April 1, 2018 Opening Reception: February 23, 6:00 – 8:00 PM The artist will be present at the opening reception. Whitestone Gallery Hollywood Road is pleased to present the lively Japanese emerging artist, Miwa Komatsu’s first solo exhibition in Hong Kong. The exhibition will introduce Komatsu’s latest works and significant creations, including her iconic Guardian series; to share her view with the audience and invite them into her vividly deep dynamism of spirituality. Miwa Komatsu (1984- ) was born in Sakaki City in Nagano, Japan and graduated from Joshibi College of Art and Design in Tokyo in 2004. The artist started her career producing copperplate prints, and started painting after a flash of enlightenment during one of her trips ... Read more

Lucie Chang Fine Arts

Then he heard of tales of a celestial mountain: Ho Siu Kee Solo Exhibition

by Ho Siu Kee 何兆基

Date: 1 March, 2018 | 12:00 am - 11:59 pm
Lucie Chang Fine Arts is delighted to announce the opening on March 1, 2018 of Then he heard of tales of a celestial mountain: Ho Siu Kee Solo Exhibition (March 1 to April 13, 2018). The exhibition features the most recent series of sculpture by Ho, titled Mountain and Sea (2018).  The renowned Hong Kong based artist and educator Ho Siu Kee has been exploring his own senses and bodily perception in sculpture, installation, photography, video and other performance-based works for more than two decades. Inspired by some of the greatest minds in the Chinese history of literature such as Bai JuYi, the new pieces epitomize Ho's gift for breathing humanity and spirituality into his poetic takes on profound subjects. Read more

Alisan Fine Arts (Central)

HOPE A charity exhibition celebrating the works of outstanding contemporary Chinese women artists

by Irene Chou, Fang Zhaoling, Chinyee, Pat Hui, Kassia Ko, Man Fung-yi, Cherie Cheuk Ka-wai, Chu Chu, Wang Mengsha, Zhang Xiaoli, Zhang Yirong

Date: 6 March, 2018 | 5:00 pm - 8:00 pm
“Art is the highest form of Hope” - Gerhart Richter Join us and a host of internationally-distinguished Chinese women artists at the exclusive opening reception of “HOPE”, a charity exhibition celebrating contemporary Chinese art. Your participation will support a great cause as a portion of sales will directly benefit the Hong Kong Adventist Hospital Foundation (HKAHF), the charity dedicated to helping Hong Kong’s disadvantaged people in need of medical treatment. To coincide with International Women’s Day, Alisan Fine Arts is proud to present “HOPE”, a group exhibition celebrating the works of 11 outstanding Chinese women artists. These talented women traversing several generations and different backgrounds are known for their distinctive work across several media. ... Read more

Art Experience Gallery

RECOVER

by Kay Wong, Rainy Ip, Tetsu Takeda, Vera Chiu, Wong Wing Tong

Date: 24 February, 2018 | 4:00 pm - 7:00 pm
Artist Talk: 24 February 2018 | 2 - 4pm Free admission, RSVP: fion@artexperiencegallery.com / +852 2110 9928 Art Experience Gallery proudly presents group exhibition Recover, featuring artworks by five emerging artists. Throughout the works shown in Recover, each artist speaks the soul of his / her applied materials in an installation, and transforms their found objects and materials into a lively dialogue with their various environments. The selected artists in Recover collect discarded objects, domestic waste and rubbish for different reasons, and re-create them into new forms and compositions. These are not only materials that got thrown away in everyday life, but ones that carry collective attachments, memories and meanings. These re-done objects exist as a new life form and a... Read more