Karin Weber Gallery

A BOOK ACT 1

by David Boyce, Annabell Chan, Chan Sai Lok, Clair Chan, Stacey Chan, Law Man Lok, Michelle Lee, Chino Ng, Tse Chun Sing, Tse Yim On

Date: 3 December, 2022 | 3:00 pm - 6:00 pm
Karin Weber Gallery is proud to collaborate with twenty mostly local artists in the largest group show in its history. ‘A Book Act’ consists of distinctive Acts 1 and 2 across a three month period from December 2022 to February 2023. Act 1 features mechanical installations, prints, and paintings, while Act 2 focuses on sound installations, augmented reality and three dimensional objects. Employing a book theme as a starting point, the works of participating artists offer a highly diverse, thought provoking, and often entertaining discourse. Artistic angles include the exploration of physical book characteristics, such as their covers, or the mechanism of page turning. Artists also frequently reference personal subjects, such as A Diary by Hong Kong artist Chan Sai Lok in conversati... Read more

Kwai Fung Hin Art Gallery

WORLDS BEYOND REALITY - MONET'S LEGACY

Date: 4 January, 2023 | 12:00 am - 11:59 pm
Claude Monet and the Impressionists opened a new chapter in art history, leading the way for the continuous expansion of imagination by landscape artists in the following 150 years and beyond in their attempts to portray transcendental worlds beyond reality.   Kwai Fung Hin is very proud to present in this exhibition a masterpiece of Monet created during his early years at Giverny – Pivoines (1887), alongside a selection of outstanding works of modernist Zao Wou-Ki, Chu Teh-Chun and Lalan, and contemporary artists David Hockney, Shara Hughes, Myonghi Kang and Ziad Dalloul, offering a rare opportunity of a comparative study of them, unveiling an interesting, though not the only, cross-section of Monet's legacy.   We invite you to join us on this journey of exploration fr... Read more

MOU PROJECTS

Zhong Tianyue: Pause, Arise

by Zhong Tianyue

Date: 7 January, 2023 | 12:00 am - 11:59 pm
MOU PROJECTS is pleased to present "Pause, Arise," Zhong Tianyue's first solo exhibition with the gallery as well as in Hong Kong. Featuring a selection of paintings that evolve from figuration to abstraction, the exhibition displays a poetic, painterly investigation of historical records and beliefs, showcasing how the artist slowly and generously unfolds her informed perceptions and constructed impressions. In her figurative works, Zhong re-enacts histories and re-examines the definition of historical documentation—it is more than a recount of what happened but an exploration of the capacity of histories to inform one's epistemology and therefore affect the individual perception of the self and the present reality. Orange II (all works 2022) resurrects the scene in Making Braids (c.a.... Read more

Galerie du Monde

Splendor of the Sun - Group Exhibition / Curated by Zoie Yung

by Leelee Chan, Kara Chin, Dave Chow, Katie Grinnan, Steph Huang, Ashlee Ip, Alessandro Keegan, Kong Chun Hei, Kong Lingnan, Cathy Lu, Joohye Moon, Doris Wong Wai Yin

Date: 5 January, 2023 | 12:00 am - 11:59 pm
Splendor of the Sun  Curated by Zoie Yung Hong Kong, 5 January - 25 February 2023 Opening Reception: 5 January, 5-7 pm Galerie du Monde is delighted to present group exhibition “Splendor of the Sun” from 5 January to 25 February 2023 — curated by Zoie Yung, featuring new works by 12 artists. Inspired by the manuscripts of early scientific observations of the alchemist, Splendor of the Sun aims to draw an aesthetic parallel in contemporary art.  Exhibiting Artists — Leelee Chan Kara Chin Dave Chow Katie Grinnan Steph Huang Ashlee Ip Alessandro Keegan Kong Chun Hei Kong Lingnan Cathy Lu Joohye Moon Doris Wong Wai Yin About the Curator — Zoie Yung is an independent exhibition and art-marketing consultant, former exhibition manager of chi K11 art museum, Shanghai. She is one... Read more

Whitestone Gallery

Liu Ke : Ocean by My Left

Date: 11 January, 2023 | 5:00 pm - 8:00 pm
In the historical context, the term ‘left’ has always represented a radical, variable, unpredictable, and mobile state, which resembles the deep and vast ‘ocean’. Meanwhile, the opposite side represents a constant and coherent state, which is constructed by the subjectivity of human beings. At the cliff of the border where the two infuse into each other, I experience the state of extremity, a state where inspirations surge up. --- Liu Ke   (11 January 2023, Hong Kong) Whitestone Gallery H Queen’s is honored to present ‘Ocean by My Left’, the first solo exhibition of Chinese artist Liu Ke in Whitestone’s gallery space in Hong Kong. This exhibition presents the artist’s symbolic line paintings, and a series of works that originates from the concept of ‘conflict’, presenting a spatia... Read more

Boloho : BOLOHOPE

Boloho : BOLOHOPE

Gallery: Hanart TZ Gallery

Opening / Event Date: 18 Feb, 2023

Closing / End Date: 18 Feb, 2023

BIOTOP – Solo Exhibition by Muu Nanahoshi

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Gallery: JPS Art Gallery

Artist(s): Muu Nanahoshi

Opening / Event Date: 16 Feb, 2023

Closing / End Date: 11 Mar, 2023

Kintsugi Workshop – The Stroll gallery x Toki Nashiki

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Gallery: The Stroll Gallery

Opening / Event Date: 15 Feb, 2023

Closing / End Date: 15 Feb, 2023