Soluna Fine Art

Rosalyn Ng Solo Exhibition: Scenery of My Mind

by Rosalyn Ng

Date: 20 June, 2024 | 6:00 pm - 8:00 pm
Soluna Fine Art is proud to present Scenery of My Mind, the first solo exhibition of Hong Kong artist Rosalyn Ng at the gallery. Born and raised in Hong Kong, Ng’s artistic endeavors have always transcended the confines of the urban environment, exploring and recreating her perception of the world through abstract paintings. Featuring a brand new series of Ng’s latest works, this exhibition explores the contradictions between nature and artificial elements, sensibility and rationality. Through her unique aesthetics, Ng seeks to navigate and find peace among the chaos of conflicting concepts. By expressing emotional tension through multidimensional layers of bold colors and textures, Ng's recent pieces are the reflection of her introspection and imagination, guiding viewers through the colo... Read more

Tang Contemporary Art (Wong Chuk Hang)

Opening - Japanese Artists Group Show: A Fixed-Point Observation from Two Billion Light-Years Away

by Ai☆Madonna, Kazuma Yamamoto, Miyu Yamada, Ryohei Nishi, Shuto Okayasu

Date: 22 June, 2024 | 4:00 pm - 7:00 pm
Tang Contemporary Art is excited to announce the opening of the Japanese Artists Group Show "A Fixed-Point Observation from Two Billion Light-Years Away" on 22 June (Sat). Time: 4 pm - 7 pm Venue: Tang Contemporary Art, Wong Chuk Hang Space - 20/F, Landmark South, 39 Yip Kan Street, Wong Chuk Hang, Hong Kong Read more

Karin Weber Gallery

Emily Allchurch: ‘Multi Storied’

by Emily Allchurch

Date: 8 June, 2024 | 3:00 pm - 6:00 pm
Karin Weber Gallery is excited to announce a solo exhibition by British photography artist Emily Allchurch, her third with the gallery. Drawing from over ten years of artistic engagement with East Asia, ‘Multi Storied’ presents a selection of works that chart Allchurch’s artistic journey from Japan to Hong Kong and mainland China and celebrate her return to Hong Kong with a brand-new work this year. Selected works represent extensive travel and engagement with the region, executed as the artist’s signature photo collage creations and presented in light box and print formats. Following a loosely chronological narrative, ‘Multi Storied’ introduces Allchurch’s initial artistic dialogue with Asia through her 2011 ‘Tokyo Story’ series, a reimagination of Hiroshige’s iconic 100 Views of Edo.... Read more

Leo Gallery

Awaiting | Bian Qing's Solo Exhibition

by Bian Qing

Date: 6 June, 2024 | 6:00 pm - 8:00 pm
Leo Gallery | Hong Kong Awaiting BIAN QING | Solo Exhibition Leo Gallery is pleased to present “Awaiting”, Bian Qing’s first solo exhibition with us in Hong Kong on 6th June, 2024, which will showcase the artist's latest series of still life paintings. In Bian’s recent paintings, he has been working on multiple series simultaneously. One of them consists of small-scale still life paintings. These compositions depict everyday objects such as green bell peppers and finger cots that appear to defy gravity, as if they are floating on a horizontal plane. Imagining ourselves bending down, we gaze at a pool of slowly flowing, translucent liquids, which form the surface of the painting. The objects within the composition seem to float, making it challenging to determine their sizes and w... Read more

Double Q Gallery


by Zsófia Antalka, Maria Kulikovska, Kateřina Ondrušková

Date: 1 June, 2024 | 4:00 pm - 6:00 pm
Double Q Gallery is pleased to present The Garden of Fragility, a group exhibition bringing together new works by three female artists from Central and Eastern Europe. The exhibition focuses on the biology of the female body and identity, as well as natural processes such as growth, florescence, and maturation. The work of all three artists is characterised by an emphasis on glimpses of softness behind structure, hidden references brought to light by the motifs, and the integration of form and reference. Taking her drawings of human bone tissue as a starting point, the suspended installation by Hungarian-born artist Zsófia Antalka (b. 1994) is made of glass beads and reproduces the intricate patterns of osseus matter, exploring and representing biological processes associated with the f... Read more

Liu Xiaohui | Flowers of Hong Kong

Liu Xiaohui | Flowers of Hong Kong

Gallery: Kiang Malingue (Tin Wan Studio)

Opening / Event Date: 23 Mar, 2024

Closing / End Date: 22 Jun, 2024

Exhibition: JAPONISMES – Art of Bamboo, Glass and Urushi

Gallery: wamono art

Opening / Event Date: 18 May, 2024

Closing / End Date: 22 Jun, 2024

Mimmo Paladino


Artist(s): Mimmo Paladino

Opening / Event Date: 21 May, 2024

Closing / End Date: 5 Jul, 2024