Galerie KOO

Claire Deniau | All that glitter is gold · 閃閃金光

by Claire Deniau

Date: 2 May, 2019 | 6:00 pm - 8:30 pm
Opening Reception | 9 May (Thu) 6 - 8:30 pm (Artist in attendance) Galerie KOO is delighted to present "All that glitter is gold" by Claire Deniau. Originally, gold is a rare, precious, and divine material, reserved for worship and an emblem of wealth. These qualities are still relevant today, even though gold has also become a tool for consumption. This exhibition presents a series of paintings where the subtle intervention of gold suggests a simple question: can gold still sublimate painting? In other words, does it retain its original meaning by elevating the work from noble to pure, or does it act as a mere enhancement ornament? 雍廷序畫廊誠意呈獻 Claire Deniau 的個展「閃閃金光」。黃金是一種稀有的,珍貴的,神聖的材料,專供崇拜和財富... Read more

Galerie Ora-Ora


by Zhang Yanzi

Date: 25 March, 2019 | 6:00 pm - 8:00 pm
Galerie Ora-Ora is delighted to present Beijing-based artist Zhang Yanzi’s solo exhibition Seclusion with opening reception to be held from 6 pm to 8 pm on March 25 (Monday) with the artist’s presence and the exhibition will last until April 20. Seclusion will be another serious concept to be presented in Hong Kong after her last exhibition at Hong Kong Medical Museum in 2016. In recent years, Professor Zhang is developing various concepts in the realm of art therapy and actively participated in the education as a professor of experimental art at the Central Academy of Fine Arts in Beijing teaching and researching in Art Therapy. From a creative perspective, Zhang continues to extend on her creative logic; to analyze the social and cultural situations using her own life experiences and... Read more

Alisan Fine Arts (Central)

Lui Shou-kwan Pioneer of New Ink: A Centenary Celebration

by Lui Shou-kwan

Date: 25 March, 2019 | 5:00 pm - 8:00 pm
Opening reception Monday 25 March, 5-8pm (Gallery Art Night) Panel discussion to begin at 5:30pm Panelists include: Tiffanie Ting, Lecturer on Sociology, Harvard University Diana Freundl, Associate Curator, Asian Art, Vancouver Art Gallery Wucius Wong (Hong Kong ink artist, Lui Shou-kwan’s student) Art Brunch Saturday, 30 March, 9am-12pm Guided tours at 10am and 11am Catalogue available   Alisan Fine Arts is proud to present our fifth solo exhibition for Lui Shou-kwan, echoing the Lui Shou-kwan Centenary: Abstraction, Ink and Enlightenment exhibition currently staged at the Ashmolean Museum in Oxford. Our gallery centenary pays homage to the artist's legacy here in "his" city, for while born in Guangzhou in 1919, Hong Kong was his home from 1... Read more

Tang Contemporary Art

Adel Abdessemed “Unlock”

Date: 25 March, 2019 | 4:00 pm - 7:00 pm
Tang Contemporary Art is proud to present the first exhibition of Adel Abdessemed in Hong Kong, one of the most emblematic artists of his generation, with a new body of work, curated by the internationally known curator Jérôme Sans. Titled Unlock, the exhibition is an introspective journey into the rugged world of Adel Abdessemed. Embedded in political themes, the work of the Franco-Algerian artist is a response to the situation of the contemporary world crossed by all kinds of convulsive movements. Born in 1971 in Constantine, nine years after the end of the Algerian War of Independence, Adel Abdessemed left his homeland under dramatic circumstances in 1994. From drawing to installation, from sculpture to film, he is the author of a large formal repertory composed of mass media imag... Read more

Whitestone Gallery


Date: 26 March, 2019 | 12:00 am - 11:59 pm
Whitestone Gallery Hong Kong is pleased to present “MIWA KOMATSU: DIVINE SPIRIT,” an exhibition of the artist’s latest works including acrylic and mixedmedia paintings, painted koma-inu sculptures, and scroll paintings over Hakata-ori textile. Komatsu has drawn inspiration from the various countries she had visited, articulating her observation and senses from the places through vibrant, powerful paintings that intrigue viewers with other-worldly sensation.   Miwa Komatsu was born in 1984 in Nagano in Japan. In her childhood, she had close contact with many living creatures thanks to the rich natural environment, and the experience of being present at their final moment led the artist to form her unique view of life and death. She has always related to the purity of nature... Read more