Tang Contemporary Art

Ein Klang Lang

by Jonas Burgert

Date: 22 August, 2019 | 6:00 pm - 8:00 pm
Tang Contemporary Art is pleased to present an exhibition of new paintings by the German artist Jonas Burgert. Burgert’s first solo show in Asia, introduces new paintings constructing other dimensions and filled with obscure characters. Burgert examines contemporary life and illustrates his vision of human existence. According to the artist, “For me it is not interesting to show what is there, for me it is interesting to show what is also there. The subtext. I try to see what is behind the people around me, what is behind the surface. Painting is a visual media: how can I visually show what is behind the surface? Maybe it is a very little thing - sometimes I leave tiny clues, sometimes I make it look very dramatic. It is interesting for me to see what is behind the scene, and not on... Read more

Sin Sin Fine Art | Sin Sin Atelier

Sin Sin Social Club 4

by Bob Yudhita Agung, FauZie As'ad, Satoshi Katayama, Sin Sin Man, Sun Guangyi, Wong Tong, Chan Tsz Yeung, Kathrynka Trisha Gunawan, Li Ming Heng, Parina Rai, Tanisha Haldia, Yiu Shuk Yue Jocelyn

Date: 23 August, 2019 | 6:30 pm - 9:30 pm
Sin Sin Social Club returns to stage Searching... an interdisciplinary exhibition at Sin Sin Atelier • Fine Art Searching… features the works of 6 international artists and 6 garment créateurs from across Asia, exploring the notion of identity through the pairing of established artists and garment artisans whose approach elucidate Asian ancestry, culture, crafts and social concerns. Bob Yudhita Agung | FauZie As’ad | Satoshi Katayama | Sin Sin Man Sun Guangyi | Wong Tong | Kathrynka Trisha Gunawan | Li Ming Heng | Parina Rai | Tanisha Haldia | Yiu Shuk Yue Jocelyn The opening night features live music performed by experimental soundscape artist Paul Yip. The garment créateurs will be present. Beyond the opening, the exhibition runs from 24th August to 10th September 2019... Read more

de Sarthe Gallery

deSAR x Wing Po So: In-Gallery Picnic

by Wing Po So

Date: 24 August, 2019 | 3:00 pm - 5:00 pm
Saturday, 24 August, 3 - 5 pm de Sarthe Artist Residency X Wing Po So Address: 20/F, Global Trade Square, 21 Wong Chuk Hang Road, Hong Kong Opening Hours: Tuesday to Saturday, 11 am - 7 pm DE SARTHE is pleased to announce an "In-Gallery Picnic" as part of its residency program with Wing Po So, Saturday, 24 August from 3 to 5 pm. Occurring within de Sarthe's Hong Kong gallery, the picnic will revolve around Wing's use of Chinese medicinal ingredients and her ongoing creation of a large-scale cocoon and small fossils, accompanied by the smell, sound, light and shadows which haunt the process. Participants are encouraged to participate in the destruction and reconstruction of these ingredients and will enjoy a playlist arranged by Wing. Visitors will also witness a transformation... Read more

Over The Influence

No Big Deal I Want More - A Solo Exhibition by Andy Dixon

by Andy Dixon

Date: 24 August, 2019 | 5:00 pm - 7:00 pm
Over the Influence is pleased to present Canadian artist Andy Dixon’s first solo exhibition in Hong Kong, No Big Deal I Want More, titled after the lyric from Disney’s Little Mermaid’s iconic song Part of Your World. No Big Deal I Want More will open on Saturday 24 August and runs until 21 September 2019. An opening reception for the artist will be held at the gallery from 5 – 7pm on 24 August, 2019. Exploring themes of decadence, patronage, and the relationship between art and wealth, Andy Dixon draws inspiration from historical objects of luxury. For his first solo exhibition in Hong Kong, Dixon will exhibit 15 new works on canvas from three of his ongoing series:  Auction House Objects, Paintings of Paintings, and Patron’s Homes. Following a common line through Dixon’... Read more

Galerie Ora-Ora

Absolute

by Xu Hongfei

Date: 27 August, 2019 | 6:00 pm - 8:00 pm
Galerie Ora-Ora is pleased to present our first Ora-Ora Masters show: Absolute – Xu Hongfei Solo Exhibition. The opening reception will be held from 6 pm to 8 pm on August 27 (Tuesday), and the show will be on view until September 13 . Absolute reflects how Xu Hongfei uses the sculptural body to comment on social and aesthetic concerns. The exhibition uses art philosophy to present new ways of understanding his Chubby Women sculptures. This interdisciplinary approach emphasises how Xu’s artworks are elaborately clothed in inference and meaning, making them culturally significant. They elicit a discussion regarding the aesthetics of the female form. The German philosopher Georg Wilhelm Friedrich Hegel (1770-1831) is regarded as the source of modern aesthetics. Hegel argued that “ae... Read more