5 Hong Kong Art Exhibitions to See: December 2017 and January 2018

As the new year begins, check out these cool art shows in Hong Kong!

Dec 7, 2017 – Jan 23, 2018 Choruses

Venue: Edouard Malingue, Hong Kong

Artists: Genevieve Chua, Martha AtienzaMaria TaniguchiJoão Vasco Paiva

Category: Art Gallery Exhibitions

Opening Reception/Event date: Dec 7, 2017


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OPENING SOON (Hong Kong) | 20.12.2017 – 27.1.2018 | Joint exhibition by Huang Yongping and Shen Yuan “Hong Kong Foot” . Tang Contemporary Art is thrilled to announce that our gallery in Hong Kong is moving to a new space at H Queen’s this month and the first exhibition opening will be held on December 20. . The exhibition presents three works by Huang Yongping and one work by Shen Yuan. Huang Yongping is one of the leading figures of the Xiamen Dada movement and drawing on the legacies of Joseph Beuys, Arte Povera and John Cage. Shen Yuan creates installations which articulate the power of daily experiences and blur the dividing line between material reality and the intellectual realm. . Huang Yongping, "Les Consoles de Jeu Souveraines” (sketch), actual installation size 550 x 550 x 350 cm, 2017

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CURRENT EXHIBITION (Hong Kong) | “Hong Kong Foot” by Huang Yongping and Shen Yuan | 20.12.2017 – 27.1.2017 | H Queen's 80 Queen’s Road Central . Tang Contemporary Hong Kong would like to thank everyone who joined us at the opening reception of “Hong Kong Foot”, the first joint exhibition by Huang Yongping and Shen Yuan in Hong Kong. . Approximately 200 people came to visit us last night, and we would like to express our gratitude to all the guests for their support, especially Dr Pi Li and Pauline J. Yao (M+ Museum, Hong Kong), Li Liang (White Rabbit Gallery, Sydney, Australia), Dr Apinan Poshyananda (Ministry of Culture, Thailand), Hou Hanru (MAXXI, National Museum of the 21st Century Arts, Rome, Italy) and our collectors and friends. . The exhibition will be on view until January 27, looking forward to seeing you all!

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Dec 20, 2017 – Jan 27, 2018 Hong Kong Foot

Venue: Tang Contemporary Art, H Queen’s, Hong Kong

Artists: Huang Yongping, Shen Yuan

Category: Art Gallery Exhibitions

Opening Reception/Event date: Dec 20, 2017


 

 

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🤳 🤳 🤳 [#youmeourselfies]🤳 🤳 🤳 The opening of #You #Me #OurSELFIES, presented by the Leisure and Cultural Services Department, and co-organised by @hongkongvisualartscentre and Videotage, will be held in the Hong Kong Visual Arts Centre at 6p.m., 6th January, 2018, there will be Performance created by Double Fly Art Center, Food and Dialogue with Tang Kwok Hin, Ongoing Performances created respectively by Morgan Wong and Hu Weiyi, and new works by Chen Tianzhou, Chen Wei, Lu Yang, Sun Xun, Carla Chan and Chris Cheung. See you! Facebook event: http://bit.ly/2lGi8Qf 康樂及文化事務署主辦,香港視覺藝術中心、錄映太奇聯合籌劃的 #You #Me #OurSELFIES 將於2018年1月6日晚上6時在香港視覺藝術中心舉行開幕,屆時將有雙飛藝術中心現場創作 、與鄧國騫共享晚宴及對談、黃榮法與胡為一分別創作的持續表演以及陳天灼、陳維、陸揚 、孫遜、陳好彩、張瀚謙的新作 。到時見! @chenweichenwei @luyangasia @morganwwf @honhim @asian_dope_boys @tangkwokhin @carlac____ @zhanglehuart @hu_weiyi @lauhiushanlhs @nnnnnnnco @chilaihoward @oneworldexposition #hongkongvisualartscentre #hkvac #videotage

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🤳 🤳🤳 [#youmeourselfies]🤳 🤳 🤳 Haven’t think of a place to go on a cozy Sunday? Come visit #You #Me #OurSELFIES, presented by the Leisure and Cultural Services Department, and co-organised by Hong Kong Visual Arts Centre. Unleash your selfie creativity with artworks from 10 artists. 懶洋洋的星期日起床後還沒想好去哪拍照打卡?不妨參觀康樂及文化事務署主辦, 香港視覺藝術中心、錄映太奇聯合籌劃的 #You#Me #OurSELFIES ,十個藝術家的作品讓你發揮小宇宙。 #OneWorldExposition @hongkongvisualartscentre #hkvac #videotage #mediaart #newmediaart #videoart #installation #exhibition #art @chenweichenwei @luyangasia @morganwwf @honhim @asian_dope_boys @tangkwokhin @carlac____ @zhanglehuart @hu_weiyi @nnnnnnnco @chilaihoward

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Jan 6 – 22, 2018 #You #Me #OurSELFIES

Venue: Hong Kong Visual Arts Centre, Hong Kong

Artists: Carla Chan, Chen Tianzhuo, Chen WeiChris Cheung (h0nh1m), Double Fly Art Center, Hu Weiyi, Lu Yang, Sun Xun, Tang Kwok Hin, Morgan Wong

Category: Art Gallery Exhibitions

Opening Reception/Event date: Jan 6, 2018


 

Jan 18 – Mar 17, 2018 Alex Prager

Venue: Lehmann Maupin, Pedder Building, Hong Kong

Artists: Alex Prager

Category: Art Gallery Exhibitions

Opening Reception/Event date: Jan 18, 2018


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"Something There and Never There 那是有又沒有" Leung Chi Wo 梁志和 – 23.1 – 10.3.2018 – Opening Reception:20.1.2018, Saturday, 4 – 6:30pm Artist will be present. – “Something There and Never There” is the solo exhibition of Leung Chi Wo, centred around the tumultuous year of 1967 in Hong Kong. Linking his own biography to the history of the city, Leung constructs parallel worlds that connect vastly different events, characters and objects together. Civilian riots and vintage Volkswagen, student protests and Charlie Chaplin’s film, political propaganda and songs by The Beatles: they all crossed paths by coincidence without our knowledge or entering into official history. By using diverse media including photography, video, and installations comprising of found images, music and objects from 1967, Leung performs a deep engagement with a subjective history through archival research, conceptual intervention and poetic re-imagination. The artist demonstrates that history is full of ambivalence, absurdity and ambiguities, and that through re-enacting and reconstructing these episodes in 1967, one can as well reflect on the current socio-political situation in Hong Kong. 梁志和最新個展“那是有又沒有”以香港六七暴動為軸心,藝術家透過將個人歷史和社會歷史事件的連結,建構出匯合截然不同的事件、人物和物件的平行世界。民間暴動和古董甲蟲車、學生示威和查理·卓別靈的電影、政治宣傳和披頭四的歌曲:它們各因機緣巧合而相互交錯,未被列入官方歷史,甚至名不經傳。 藝術家混合不同的媒介,包括攝影、錄像、及由音樂和1967年的圖像和現成物組成的裝置,以概念化的邏輯思維及詩意式的想像介入檔案資料搜集的系統中,以建構一段段主觀歷史。藝術家引領我們反思歷史本身的矛盾、荒謬和含糊的本質之餘,亦藉著重新演繹和重構發生於1967年的事件,反照香港當前的社會狀態。 – Details 詳情: blindspotgallery.com/exhibition/something-there-and-never-there #Blindspotgallery #hongkongartist #LeungChiWo #梁志和 #1967riots #hongkonghistory #installation #photography #thebeatles #propaganda #charliechaplin #volkswagenbeetle

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Jan 23 – Mar 10, 2018 Something There and Never There

Venue: Blindspot Gallery, Hong Kong

Artists: Leung Chi Wo

Category: Art Gallery Exhibitions

Opening Reception/Event date: Jan 20, 2018


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Revisit the article about exhibitions in Hong Kong in November 2017 here: November 2017: 10 Exhibitions to See in Hong Kong

Revisit the article about exhibitions in Hong Kong in October 2017 here: 5 Art Shows to See in Hong Kong this October

Revisit the article about exhibitions in Hong Kong in September 2017 here: September 2017: List of Must-See Art Exhibitions in Hong Kong

Revisit the article about exhibitions in Hong Kong in August 2017 here: August 2017: 7 Contemporary Art Exhibitions to See in Hong Kong

Revisit the article about exhibitions in Hong Kong in July 2017 here: July 2017: 6 Art Gallery Exhibitions to See in Hong Kong

November 2017: 10 Exhibitions to See in Hong Kong

Don’t miss these art shows in Hong Kong in November!

Nov 3 – Dec 19, 2017 Subterranean

Venue: Simon Lee Gallery, Pedder Building, Hong Kong

Artists: Isabelle Cornaro

Category: Art Gallery Exhibitions

Opening Reception/Event date: Nov 3, 2017


Nov 3 – Dec 2, 2017 Fang Lijun: This All Too Human World

Venue: Hanart TZ Gallery, Pedder Building, Hong Kong

Artists: Fang Lijun

Category: Art Gallery Exhibitions

Opening Reception/Event date: Nov 3, 2017


Nov 9, 2017 – Jan 6, 2018 Weightless Matter

Venue: Puerta Roja, Hong Kong

Artists: Gladys Nistor

Category: Art Gallery Exhibitions

Opening Reception/Event date: Nov 9, 2017


Nov 16, 2017 – Jan 13, 2018 SCREAMS

Venue: White Cube Gallery, Hong Kong

Artists: Christian Marclay

Category: Art Gallery Exhibitions

Opening Reception/Event date: Nov 15, 2017


Nov 17 – Dec 22, 2017 Subsidiary Construction

Venue: Galerie Perrotin, Hong Kong

Artists: Gimhongsok

Category: Art Gallery Exhibitions

Opening Reception/Event date: Nov 17, 2017


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Opening Next Week! Human Nature by Jacky Tsai Opening Reception: Wednesday, 22 November, 6-8pm Exhibition Duration: 22 November – 18 December 2017 Contemporary by Angela Li is proud to present Human Nature, solo exhibition of London-based Chinese pop artist Jacky Tsai. The exhibition encompasses his latest works in a diverse range of media, including traditional Chinese lacquer woodcarving, traditional Suzhou embroidery, porcelain, acrylic on canvases and screen prints. Fusing together elements such as classical Chinese motifs, characters from old Chinese folk tales or Western comics, Tsai deploys aesthetically pleasing and fun imageries to present contemporary subject matters, which are often major current topics and social issues affecting contemporary societies today. 下週開幕! 人之本性 —— 蔡贇驊個展 開幕酒會: 2017年11月22日, 星期三,下午6時至 8時 展覽日期2017年11月22日 – 12月18日 Contemporary by Angela Li 榮幸呈獻中國波譜藝術家Jacky Tsai蔡贇驊的個人展覽「人之本性」。是次展覽的作品涵蓋多個多元化媒體,如中國的傳統工藝漆木雕、蘇繡和青花瓷及西方十分普及的絲網印刷和布面丙烯等。 Jacky作品中的人物角色多選取自中國的傳統民間故事和西方的流行漫畫,令觀者跳出對英雄人物的固有框架,以兼備玩味的意象和美學的風格呈現出英雄人物生活化的一面,令人目不暇給。他的作品不但演釋了中西文化的融合及碰撞,亦同時反映着當代社會的不同議題。 Artwork: Shanghai Tang Café 上海灘餐廳 | Embroidery on Silk Satin 蘇繡 | 50 x 150 cm | 2017 #jackytsai #contemporaryart #chinese #artist #exhibition #lacquercarving #embroidery #porcelain #acryliconcanvas #contemporarybyangelali #gallery #hkartgal #cbal #artoftheday #artofinstagram

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Nov 22 – Dec 18, 2017 Human Nature

Venue: Contemporary by Angela Li, Hong Kong

Artists: Jacky Tsai

Category: Art Gallery Exhibitions

Opening Reception/Event date: Nov 22, 2017


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We're pleased to present "Keith Coventry: Golden Arches," opening Wednesday, 22 November at our Hong Kong gallery. – #KeithCoventry’s work filters everyday subject matter, such as fast food, the British Monarchy, and addiction through the lens of modernist idealism. This exhibition is a continuation of Coventry's visual experimentation with the #McDonalds logo. He started manipulating the logo in 2000, inspired by the discarded fast-food wrappers that accumulated outside his studio. – Join us for the opening reception from 6 to 8 p.m. on Wednesday, November 22 at #PaceGallery, 15C Entertainment Building, 30 Queens Road Central, Hong Kong. – Image: Keith Coventry, "Golden Arches XVII," 2017, gesso, glass, wood, bronze, and gold. 133 cm x 110 cm x 7 cm (52-3/8" x 43-5/16" x 2-3/4"), framed © Keith Coventry

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Nov 23, 2017 –  Jan 10, 2018 Golden Arches

Venue: Pace Gallery, Hong Kong

Artists: Keith Coventry

Category: Art Gallery Exhibitions

Opening Reception/Event date: Nov 22, 2017


Nov 25, 2017 –  Jan 28, 2018 Wheels on Fire

Venue: Rossi & Rossi, Hong Kong

Artists: Massimo Antonaci

Category: Art Gallery Exhibitions

Opening Reception/Event date: Nov 25, 2017


Nov 25, 2017 –  Jan 13, 2018 Hans Hartung (1904-1989) Abstraction: A Human Language

Venue: de Sarthe Gallery, Hong Kong

Artists: Hans Hartung

Category: Art Gallery Exhibitions

Opening Reception/Event date: Nov 25, 2017


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Hong Kong Stories 1960s – original vintage prints by Yau Leung 香港故事1960s:邱良早期原作展 28.11.2017 – 6.1.2018 Opening reception 開幕酒會 : 25.11.2017, 4 – 6:30pm Blindspot Gallery is pleased to present “Hong Kong Stories 1960s”, a solo exhibition showcasing vintage gelatin silver prints from 1960s by the late photographer Yau Leung (1941-1997). Displaying familiar and nostalgic scenes of a bygone era, the photography of Yau Leung documents a rapidly changing Hong Kong spanning the colonial days from 1960s to the year of handover. His work has long been treasured as an integral part of the visual and cultural memory of Hong Kong. This is the first exhibition of Yau Leung’s early gelatin silver prints since his death, the exhibited works were hand-printed by the artist during the years of the works. This exhibition is organised on the occasion of the 20th anniversary of the death of the artist. 刺點畫廊的最新展覽“香港故事 1960s”為已故攝影師邱良(1941-1997)的個展,展出多張於60年代拍攝的早期原作銀鹽照片。作品以昔日香港的人文風景為題,呈現了香港60年代起至回歸時迅速發展的面貌。邱良的作品一直被視為香港視覺和文化回憶的重要部分;是次展覽為邱良去世後的首個早期原作展,部分展覽作品乃藝術家於作品拍攝年代親手放曬的珍貴作品。本展覽同時紀念邱良去世二十週年。 Details: blindspotgallery.com/exhibition/hong-kong-stories-1960s-original-vintage-prints-yau-leung/ Image: Yau Leung, Boy Reading at Comic Book Stall, 1960s, Vintage gelatin silver print, 59.2 x 46.2 cm #Blindspotgallery #YauLeung #邱良 #HongKongStories1960s #香港故事1960s #hongkong #60s #blackandwhitephotography #vintagegelatinsilverprint #colonialdays #hongkongphotographer

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Nov 28, 2017 –  Jan 6, 2018 Hong Kong Stories 1960s

Venue: Blindspot Gallery, Hong Kong

Artists: Yau Leung

Category: Art Gallery Exhibitions

Opening Reception/Event date: Nov 25, 2017


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Revisit the article about exhibitions in Hong Kong in October 2017 here: 5 Art Shows to See in Hong Kong this October

Revisit the article about exhibitions in Hong Kong in September 2017 here: September 2017: List of Must-See Art Exhibitions in Hong Kong

Revisit the article about exhibitions in Hong Kong in August 2017 here: August 2017: 7 Contemporary Art Exhibitions to See in Hong Kong

Revisit the article about exhibitions in Hong Kong in July 2017 here: July 2017: 6 Art Gallery Exhibitions to See in Hong Kong

5 Art Shows to See in Hong Kong this October

Check out these 5 art exhibitions in Hong Kong this October!

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【#MPlusPavilion】「似重若輕:M+ 水墨藏品」將於10月13日揭幕。此為 M+ 首個水墨展,將展出亞洲內外逾四十位藝術家的繪畫、書法、攝影、裝置和錄像等館藏,展現水墨六十年來的多元發展及其所激發的創意表現。 Opening on October 13th, The Weight of Lightness: Ink Art at M+— the museum’s first presentation of ink art—looks at the diverse explorations that have taken place within ink art since the 60s. Through paintings, drawings, calligraphy, photographs, installations, and video works from the M+ collection, this thematic exhibition highlights ink art’s boundless creative potential. 似重若輕:M+ 水墨藏品 13.10.2017 —14-01.2018 (12月25日及1月1日閉館) 上午11時至下午6時 西九文化區M+展亭 The Weight of Lightness: Ink Art at M+ 13 Oct 2017 – 14 Jan 2018 (closed on 25 December 2017 and 1 January 2018) 11:00 am to 6:00 pm M+ Pavilion, West Kowloon Cultural District ©Yang Jiechang #mplusmuseum #visualart #ink #inkart #weightoflightness #landscape

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Oct 13, 2017 – Jan 14, 2018 The Weight of Lightness: Ink Art from the M+ Collection

Venue: M+ Pavilion, West Kowloon Cultural District (WKCD), Hong Kong

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#DTFS The Part(k) of the City concept is simple: creating an object for street #railings that is transformable, portable and serves as a micro park that responds to needs of the community. Join us tonight at @yatfulane where designers of this prototype and their mentor Gary Chang @edgedesignhk will share their ideas together with Design Trust’s @marisayiu and other guest speakers, including artist @kaceywong! – #DTFS城中線的設計理念非常簡單: 希望製作一個可變型、方便攜帶的裝置,以「微型公園」的形式回應社會的需要。 – 今晚我們將舉行公眾工作坊 II,歡迎大家參與有關香港「微型公園」的討論!DTFS導師張智強和設計師學員團隊將分享他們的欄杆裝置原型,屆時更會有嘉賓講者(包括香港藝術家黃國才@kaceywong)與各位進行討論環節。今晚見! – @marisayiu @mimi_hoang @edgedesignhk @anothermountainman_stanleywong @_samjacob @steveip @cesarharada @sxamz_ @sylviac1208 @vvvian2 @becandle_saikung @district15hk @openquotehk @ricky_cold

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Oct 15 – 31, 2017 Design Trust Futures Studio Exhibition

Venue: Yat Fu Lane, Hong Kong

Artists: See Exhibitor List

Category: Art Gallery Exhibitions

Opening Reception/Event date: Oct 18, 2017


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Wang Xin, "Unknown Artists Agency: Office," 2017. LED board, plastic box, desk, 46 inch LED TV, receipt printer, journal, plastic balls, paper, dimensions variable. _ Wang Xin's (@vvwxvv) second solo exhibition with the gallery, entitled "The Must-See Art Show Where You Can Find 10,000 Artists" opened on 21 October @desarthegallery Hong Kong, and will run through 18 November. This is Wang Xin’s first solo exhibition in Hong Kong and new work is showcased. _ #WangXin #TheMustSeeArtShow #deSarthe #deSartheGallery #SICD #HongKong #HK #HongKongArt #HKart #Contemporary #ContemporaryArt #ContemporaryArts #ContemporaryArtist #ContemporaryArtists #Art #Arts #ArtExhibition #Exhibitions #ArtShow #ArtEvent #ArtWorks #LoveArt #Installation #Installations #ArtInstallation #Residency #HongKongArtScene #AsianArtScene #ArtGallery

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Wang Xin's (@vvwxvv) second solo exhibition with the gallery, entitled "The Must-See Art Show Where You Can Find 10,000 Artists" opened on 21 October @desarthegallery Hong Kong, and will run through 18 November. This is Wang Xin’s first solo exhibition in Hong Kong and new work is showcased. _ Wang Xin has a penchant for challenging the archaic structure of the art world, as she often takes its institutions, systems, and dogma as her material. Wang Xin is also a certified hypnotist, and uses her work to alter a viewer’s perception and affect their subconscious. Her signature use of rose pink adds to the hypnotising effect, and imbues a sense of fervency within her work. _ #WangXin #TheMustSeeArtShow #deSarthe #deSartheGallery #SICD #HongKong #HK #HongKongArt #HKart #Contemporary #ContemporaryArt #ContemporaryArts #ContemporaryArtist #ContemporaryArtists #Art #Arts #ArtExhibition #Exhibitions #ArtShow #ArtEvent #ArtWorks #LoveArt #Installation #Installations #ArtInstallation #Residency #HongKongArtScene #AsianArtScene #ArtGallery

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Oct 21 – Nov 14, 2017 The Must-See Art Show Where You Can Find 10,000 Artists

Venue: de Sarthe Gallery, Hong Kong

Artists: Wang Xin

Category: Art Gallery Exhibitions

Opening Reception/Event date: Oct 21, 2017


Oct 26 – Dec 16, 2017 Rise and Fall

Venue: Lehmann Maupin Gallery, Pedder Building, Hong Kong

Artists: Teresita Fernández

Category: Art Gallery Exhibitions

Opening Reception/Event date: Oct 26, 2017


Oct 27 – Nov 30, 2017 Blue is the New Black

Venue: Edouard Malingue Gallery, Hong Kong

Artists: Kwan Sheung Chi

Category: Art Gallery Exhibitions

Opening Reception/Event date: Oct 26, 2017


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Revisit the article about exhibitions in Hong Kong in September 2017 here: September 2017: List of Must-See Art Exhibitions in Hong Kong

Revisit the article about exhibitions in Hong Kong in August 2017 here: August 2017: 7 Contemporary Art Exhibitions to See in Hong Kong

Revisit the article about exhibitions in Hong Kong in July 2017 here: July 2017: 6 Art Gallery Exhibitions to See in Hong Kong

Top 20 Contemporary Art Websites and Instagram Pages to Follow – Part 1

Looking for inspiration and the next exhibition to see? Here are the 20 must-follow websites and Instagram (or Facebook) pages about contemporary art.

*in no particular order

1. Artforum

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Sneak peek of our September cover out this week, featuring Kerstin Brätsch, Unholdenfrau (zweite Dame) 2015, luster and enamel on antique glass, rolled glass shards, church-window bordering, heraldic escutcheon, agate slices, lead, 37 1⁄2 × 24 1⁄4". From the series “All Ready Maid Betwixt and Between,” 2012–16. Inside the issue: FALL PREVIEW: 40 shows worldwide; MUSEUMS, MONUMENTS, AND RACE: Huey Copeland and Frank Wilderson; THE GRAND TOUR: Venice, Münster, Documenta ; BENJAMIN H. D. BUCHLOH on Anne Imhof, Mark Bradford, Pierre Huyghe; KERSTIN BRÄTSCH; DIAMOND STINGILY; WALKER EVANS; JAMES ROSENQUIST; VITO ACCONCI; ROSA BARBA; HARUN FAROCKI; JANE CAMPION; PENDLETON WARD; and 50 reviews from around the world. Pick up your copy soon on newsstands or iTunes or subscribe now (link in bio). #artforum #artforumseptemberissue #KerstinBrätsch @lilboosieplaycousin

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Artforum: Defining the world of contemporary art since 1962″

 


2. The Art Newspaper

“Founded in 1990, The Art Newspaper is an online and print publication with offices in London and New York.”

 


3. ArtDaily

ArtDaily: The First Art Newspaper on the Net”

 


4. Artsy

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After just 10 minutes of bidding, a giant record was broken at last night’s @Sothebys postwar and contemporary sale with #Basquiat’s ‘Untitled’ portrait from 1982 selling for a whopping $110.5 million. Who was the buyer? Japanese fashion entrepreneur Yusaku Maezawa (@yusaku2020) who also purchased Basquiat’s second most expensive work only a year ago. This sale set additional records as the first work created since 1980 to sell for over $100 million (only 10 works have ever surpassed that mark), the most expensive work by an American artist, and the most expensive work by an African-American artist ever sold. Follow Basquiat on Artsy to explore over 100 of his works and add one to your collection today! [link in bio] • #SothebysContemporary

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Artsy’s mission is to make all the world’s art accessible to anyone with an Internet connection.”

 


5. Artnet

artnet is the leading online resource for the international art market, and the destination to buy, sell, and research art online.”

 


6. BlouinArtinfo

BLOUIN ARTINFO is the preeminent global source for up-to-the-minute news, information, and expert commentary on art, artists, and the business and pleasure of making, buying, and understanding art.”

 


7. e-flux

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e-flux journal no. 84 out now! with Emily Apter, Boris Groys, Houria Bouteldja, Rob Goyanes, Oxana Timofeeva, Claïre Fontaïne, Rijin Sahakian, Francesca Hughes, and Jacob Stewart-Halvey. “Indentured to the past, we drag our inherited identities through a forest of networks bursting with mysterious intellectual fruit. We’re not sure which concepts are poisonous and which are safe. History is like a mistranslated phrasebook full of old-fashioned illustrations which everyone makes fun of on the internet. Attempts at organization feel fanciful and absurd: eclectic inventories of apocalypse-kitsch. In “A Palace of Unsaids,” Rob Goyanes considers the work of mourning under twenty-first century conditions. Does it matter if we show up to the wrong shift at the memorial-factory as long as we do our time?” #EmilyApter #BorisGroys #HouriaBouteldja #RobGoyanes#OxanaTimofeeva #ClaïreFontaïne #RijinSahakian #FrancescaHughes#JacobStewartHalvey Photo: comment_ddb.

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e-flux is a publishing platform and archive, artist project, curatorial platform, and enterprise which was founded in 1998.”

 


8. ARTnews / Art in America

“Founded in 1902, ARTnews is the oldest and most widely circulated art magazine in the world.”

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Our September issue hits newsstands this week, featuring a cover by Marta Minujín. With psychedelic forms and raucous Happenings, Marta Minujín invigorated the art scene in her native Argentina during the 1960s, often challenging her country's repressive governments in the process. This sculpture, titled Mattress (1964/1985), is included in "Radical Women: Latin American Art, 1960–1985," on view at the Hammer Museum in Los Angeles this month as part of the Getty Foundation's Pacific Standard Time LA/LA initiative. Pick up a copy of the issue to read articles on "Radical Women," molecular sculpture, Markus Lüpertz, Bruce High Quality Foundation University, and Florine Stettheimer, as well as interviews with Jessica Morgan and Leslie Hewitt. Select features are available on our website. #MartaMinujín #ArtinAmericaCovers #MarkusLüpertz #FlorineStettheimer #JessicaMorgan #LeslieHewitt #BHQFU #PSTLALA @martaminujin @pstinla @hammer_museum @lesliehewitt @brucehighquality

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Art in America: The World’s Premier Art Magazine since 1913.”

 


9. Frieze

frieze is the leading magazine on contemporary art and culture.”

 


10. Hyperallergic

Hyperallergic is a forum for playful, serious, and radical perspectives on art and culture in the world today.”

 


11. Art21

Art21 is a celebrated global leader in presenting thought-provoking and sophisticated content about contemporary art, and the go-to place to learn first-hand from the artists of our time.”

 


12. Contemporary Art Daily

Contemporary Art Daily: Selected contemporary art exhibitions from around the world, with new exhibitions posted each day.”

 


13. ArtAsiaPacific

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For ArtAsiaPacific's September/October issue, the editors spotlight artists who examine stories of their respective countries and their environs. These include teamLab, Nalini Malani, Lamia Joreige and Jagath Weerasinghe, all of whom look at micro-histories of specific places to touch upon how their communities respond to seismic events or research cultural traditions to dream up new futuristic virtual worlds. Elsewhere, Khvay Samnang explains his admiration of Zhang Huan's use of his body, time and space to narrate the politics of society. Read all of this and more in AAP's current issue! . 🎥: Copyright teamLab (https://www.teamlab.art/w/graffiti-jp/) . A digital edition of AAP 105 is also available for purchase on iTunes, Google Play, Zinio and Magzter. . @teamlab_news #teamLab #cover #NaliniMalani #LamiaJoreige #JagathWeerasinghe #KhvaySamnang #ZhangHuan #artasiapacific #art #magazine #hongkong #september #october #issue

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“Established in 1993, ArtAsiaPacific magazine is the leading English-language periodical covering contemporary art and culture from Asia, the Pacific and the Middle East.”

 


14. Art Radar

Art Radar: Contemporary art trends and news from Asia and beyond.”

 


15. Larry’s List

Larry’s List is the leading art market knowledge company providing data, research and access to contemporary art collectors.”

 


16. The Artling / Artshare

The Artling: A curated selection from Asia’s best galleries and artists.”

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"Animal Regulation IV No. 18" (2016) by #Chinese #Artist Liu Di. C-Print. The exhibition "Break with Convention" opens today at Pékin Fine Arts in Hong Kong, and is on view until November 29th. Liu Di believes that “by violating the rules of common sense, we can break the hypnotic trance induced by familiar reality.” Liu uses digitally manipulated photographs to investigate the friction between the natural world and urban residents in China. His series “Animal Regulation” features large and cartoon-like wild animals. He explains that these works look at a mutually destructive relationship through ruins of both human and animal living spaces. Image courtesy of @pekinfineartsgallery. Follow our Instagram page @theartling!

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artshare.com is the first global online platform dedicated to the exhibition and sale of contemporary Chinese art.”

 


17. Ran Dian

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"Seeds of Time” (Shanghai Project Phase 2), at Himalayas Museum #shanghai "Conceived by superstar curators Hans Ulrich Obrist and Yongwoo Lee, the show is an ambitious look at artists and collectives responding to arising crises in sustainability—how do we bridge ever-widening gaps between leading-edge research, polarizing media, and mass understanding? With the exhibition title taken from an eponymous documentary about the agricultural pioneer Cary Fowler, whose fight for crop diversity has culminated in a global seed vault, the ongoing Shanghai Project is driven by a poetic aim: to germinate awareness of the gravity of our shared ecological situation, and have it spread like wild seeds. As the exhibition guides greatly outnumbered the visitors, the space felt like a derelict playground in which pockets of apocalyptic critique and poetic hopefulness co-exist.” (see more in profile link) #seedsoftime #shanghaiproject #shanghaimuseums #sustainability #ecology #當代藝術 #当代艺术 #미술 #アート #seni #ศิลปะ #上海 #상해 #上海 #เซี่ยงไฮ้

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“Launched in 2010, Randian is owned and run by its editorial board. We seek to promote independent cultural debate in China and to foster intellectual exchange between China and the rest of the world.”

 


18. Widewalls

Widewalls: Premier Contemporary Art Resource For Collectors”

 


19. Juxtapoz

“Founded in 1994, Juxtapoz is a monthly magazine that documents and makes accessible the creative. Juxtapoz is a monthly magazine that covers contemporary artists who deserve crucial attention.”

 


20. Google Arts & Culture

Google Arts & Culture: Where Arts and Culture Meet Technology.”

 


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Like this list? Check out my art guide here: Art Gallery Exhibitions, Openings and Events in Hong Kong – Art Guide

 

September 2017: List of Must-See Art Exhibitions in Hong Kong

September is an exciting month full of new exhibition openings and auctions in Hong Kong! Kick-start the fall season with some gallery-hopping in the city!

Sep 1 – Nov 11, 2017 re-er

Venue: Galerie Perrotin, Hong Kong

Artists: John Handerson

Category: Art Gallery Exhibitions

Opening Reception/Event date: Sep 1, 2017

Sep 1 – Nov 11, 2017 Continuous Monuments (Interpassivities)

Venue: Galerie Perrotin, Hong Kong

Artists: Jesper Just

Category: Art Gallery Exhibitions

Opening Reception/Event date: Sep 1, 2017


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[ KAF | What’s Next ] KAF will unveil a new exhibition, ‘The Garden’, at chi art space in Clear Water Bay on 1 September! Local curator/artist #EnochCheng and five other Hong Kong-based artists – #ShaneAspegren, #CheukWingNam, #VvzelaKook, #AndrewLuk, and #SamuelAdamSwope – will present their KAF-commissioned works, alongside creations by #NeïlBeloufa, #CaiKai, and #IanCheng. ‘The Garden’ is an exhibition like a garden in a glasshouse, but without plants. It is a garden not remembered in time; it is nature beyond the harmony of greenery. It is a glasshouse that celebrates motions in the environment and invites everyone to observe a space that is constantly changing. 清水灣chi art space將於9月1日迎來新展覽「The Garden」!本地策展人及藝術家鄭得恩與五位居港藝術家Shane Aspegren、卓穎嵐、曲倩雯、陸浩明及Samuel Adam Swope將帶來委約新作,加上Neïl Beloufa、蔡凱及鄭曦然的現有作品。「The Garden」宛如沒有植物的溫室花園——它在時間長河裏不着痕跡,不流於綠意盎然的和諧意象。這樣一個花園,體現環境的動感韻律,邀請觀眾細察變化無常的空間。 @ac_kaf @k11artfoundation #clearwaterbay #hongkongart #contemporaryart #artinhk #kafthegarden

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[ KAF | Beats ] ‘The Garden’ is now open! We humans live in and with nature. An artificially laid out landscape that manifests nature’s forces, the exhibition invites you to observe the changing shapes of the natural world through works of art. Come and take a walk in this lovely garden. Explore it before it closes on 13 October. 「The Garden」開幕了!人居於自然,與自然共處;展覽上的作品構成一片人造景觀,邀請置身其中的你,細察自然萬物的千姿百態。展覽展期至10月13日,期待你前來這個美麗「花園」,盡情漫步,盡情探索。 📍 chi art space, 663 Clear Water Bay, Hong Kong 香港清水灣道663號chi art space #KAFtheGarden #contemporaryart #hongkongart @ac_kaf

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Sep 2 – Oct 13, 2017 The Garden

Venue: K11 chi art space, 663 Clear Water Bay Road, Clear Water Bay, Hong Kong

Artists: Shane AspegrenNeïl Beloufa, Cai Kai, Enoch Cheng, Ian Cheng, Cheuk Wing Nam, Vvzela Kook, Andrew Luk, Samuel Adam Swope

Category: Art Gallery Exhibitions

Opening Reception/Event date: Sep 1, 2017


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Andrew Luk (@therealandrewluk)’s solo exhibition “Practice” concluding the inaugural de Sarthe Artist Residency (#deSAR) will run through 9 September @desarthegallery Hong Kong. The show features all new work and explores themes of violence, entropy, preservation, and the relationship between civilization and nature, as well as the dynamics of the gallery residency itself. _ #deSartheArtistResidency #deSAR #AndrewLuk #deSarthe #deSartheGallery #HongKong #HK #HongKongArt #HKart #Contemporary #ContemporaryArt #ContemporaryArts #ContemporaryArtist #ContemporaryArtists #Art #Arts #ArtExhibition #Exhibitions #ArtShow #ArtEvent #ArtWorks #LoveArt #Installation #Installations #ArtInstallation #Residency #HongKongArtScene #AsianArtScene #ArtGallery

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Sep 2 – 9, 2017 Practice

Venue: de Sarthe Gallery, Hong Kong

Artists: Andrew Luk

Category: Art Gallery Exhibitions

Opening Reception/Event date: Sep 2, 2017


Sep 5 – 28, 2017 “ω” Syaiful Aulia Garibaldi and Arin Dwihartanto Sunaryo duo exhibition

Venue: Edouard Malingue Gallery, Hong Kong

Artists: Syaiful Aulia Garibaldi, Arin Dwihartanto Sunaryo

Category: Art Gallery Exhibitions

Opening Reception/Event date: Sep 5, 2017


Sep 6 – Nov 18, 2017 Rotation

Venue: White Cube, Hong Kong

Artists: Wang Gongxin

Category: Art Gallery Exhibitions

Opening Reception/Event date: Sep 5, 2017


Sep 7 – 30, 2017 The Sound of Silence

Venue: Karin Weber Gallery, Hong Kong

Artists: Li Tingting

Category: Art Gallery Exhibitions

Opening Reception/Event date: Sep 7, 2017


Sep 7, 2017 Mark6 Yat Fu Lane x HKwalls Pop Up Exhibition

Venue: Yat Fu Lane, Hong Kong

Artists: Bao Ho, KristopherH, Onion Peterman, Sinic Choy, Wong Ting Fung, Xeme

Category: Art Gallery Exhibitions

Opening Reception/Event date: Sep 7, 2017


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Sep 7 – Nov 30, 2017 3 Generations of Japanese Anime Artists

Venue: Art Statements, Hong Kong

Artists: Yoshitaka AmanoYuichi SugaiTakeru Amano

Category: Art Gallery Exhibitions

Opening Reception/Event date: Sep 7, 2017


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#HongHao is a Beijing-based artist known for transforming everyday objects into abstract paintings. Using mass-produced materials and found objects, Hong reduces these items to their essential shape, and by diluting each item to its contours on the canvas, he creates abstract forms from specific realities. – Hong Hao will be debuting all new works in a solo exhibition opening ‪8th September‬ at #PaceGallery in Hong Kong. Join us for the opening ‪on 7th September from 6–8 PM‬ at 15C Entertainment Building, 30 Queens Road Central. – Image: Hong Hao, detail of "Everchanging Appearance No.9", 2017 acrylic, molding material and dust on canvas 170 cm x 100 cm (66-15/16" x 39-3/8") © Hong Hao

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Sep 8 – Oct 19, 2017 Hong Hao

Venue: Pace Gallery, Hong Kong

Artists: Hong Hao

Category: Art Gallery Exhibitions

Opening Reception/Event date: Sep 7, 2017


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Upcoming [TRAILER] Toshio Matsumoto: Everything Visible Is Empty, opening 9 September, on view through — 18 November 2017. For this exhibition, Empty Gallery has worked closely with the late artist’s archivist in order to present a selection of rarely screened works including Matsumoto’s early documentaries Nishijin and Song of Stone, his landmark expanded cinema work for three projectors, For The Damaged Right Eye, and a selection of his influential abstract short films – all in newly restored versions. Eschewing an organizational approach based on stylistic or chronological development, Everything Visible Is Empty instead seeks to embrace Matsumoto’s critique of “the visible” as a structuring principle, presenting an arrangement of works from different eras and contexts which are nevertheless connected through their shared inquiry into the social construction of history and the agency of the subject within this construction. Considered by no less an authority than new-wave director Nagisa Oshima as his only rival for aesthetic and ideological influence within Japan’s dynamic scene of post-war image makers, Toshio Matsumoto’s films and theoretical writings form an essential but often overlooked contribution to the global history of experimental film and video art which has only just begun to be re-evaluated in recent years. RSVP at contact@theemptygallery.com #trailer #toshiomatsumoto #film #cinema #experimentalfilm #art #artfilm #video #japan #hkart #hk #emptygallery

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Sep 9 – Nov 18, 2017 Everything Visible is Empty

Venue: Empty Gallery, Hong Kong

Artists: Toshio Matsumoto

Category: Art Gallery Exhibitions

Opening Reception/Event date: Sep 9, 2017


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We are excited to announce that Hong Kong Lesbian & Gay Film Festival will take place from 9 – 24 Sept this year. We have invited local artist duo, WANKAPO to draw our guidebook cover this year. Here is a teaser of one of the key pieces of art for this year. We can't wait to see you all in cinema. Tag and share this news with your friends. 我哋非常興奮宣佈今年《香港同志影展》將會係9月9日至24日舉行,我地仲邀請咗本地二人女子藝術家組合「溫嘉寶」為我哋創作影展指南封面,以下係佢地為我哋創作其中兩個角色, 我哋熱切期待同你地係戲院見面。"些牙" 俾你朋友啦! #filmfestival #hongkong #art #lgbtq#hongkonglesbinaandgayfilmfestival #hklgff #香港同志影展 #lgtb #hongkong #溫嘉寶 #wankapo #illustration #queerfilmfestival

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Sep 9 – 24, 2017 28th Hong Kong Lesbian & Gay Film Festival

Venue: Various Locations, Hong Kong

Artists: /

Category: Art Fairs and Festivals

Opening Reception/Event Date: /


Sep 13 – Oct 21, 2017 One with the Universe

Venue: Alisan Fine Arts, Hong Kong

Artists: Tai Xiangzhou, Zhang Yirong

Category: Art Gallery Exhibitions

Opening Reception/Event date: Sep 13, 2017


Sep 14 – Oct 29, 2017 in dreams

Venue: Galerie du Monde, Hong Kong

Artists: Crystal Liu

Category: Art Gallery Exhibitions

Opening Reception/Event date: Sep 13, 2017


Sep 14 – Nov 2, 2017 Social Construction

Venue: Puerta Roja, SOHO189 Art Lane, Hong Kong

Artists: Carlos Aguirre, Mariasun Salgado

Category: Art Gallery Exhibitions

Opening Reception/Event date: Sep 14, 2017


Sep 14 – Oct 21, 2017 Floating in the Air in the Vicinity of a Convenience Store

Venue: Lehmann Maupin Gallery, Pedder Building, Hong Kong

Artists: Mr.

Category: Art Gallery Exhibitions

Opening Reception/Event date: Sep 14, 2017


Sep 14, 2017 Art in the Bar

Venue: Cobo HouseDuddell’sHalcyonPing PongPotato HeadRunwaySalon 10ShoreTartineThe Pawn

Artists: Adrian Wong, Melati Suryodarmo, Chen Tianzhuo, Morgan Wong, Chim↑Pom, Rabbya Naseer and Hurmat Ul Ain, Come Inside, Samson Young, Deng Dafei, Tao Hui, Erkka Nissinen, The Utopia Group, Hu Weiyi, Tromarama, Korakrit Arunanondchai, Wong Ping, Li Ming, Xu Qu

Category: Art Gallery Exhibitions

Opening Reception/Event date: Sep 14, 2017


Sep 15 – Oct 28, 2017 Gianfranco Baruchello, Marcel Duchamp

Venue: Massimo de Carlo, Pedder Building, Hong Kong

Artists: Gianfranco Baruchello, Marcel Duchamp

Category: Art Gallery Exhibitions

Opening Reception/Event date: Sep 14, 2017


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#countdown #vernissage Pearl Lam Galleries is delighted to present a solo exhibition by internationally renowned #Korean artist Chun Kwang Young (b. 1944), covering works created from the mid-1970s to the mid-2000s, as well as some exciting new pieces. This important retrospective #exhibition investigates the evolution of the artist’s oeuvre—from his all-over #abstract paintings of the 1970s and 1980s to the pivotal early works of the 1990s, which are at the root of Chun’s celebrated long-running Aggregation series, featuring his distinctive use of #triangular, string-tied parcels of mulberry paper from old #Korean books. Pearl Lam Galleries Hong Kong Pedder Vernissage on 14 September, 6-8 pm 15 September–26 October, 2017 Image: Chun Kwang Young, Aggregation 17-JL040 (Star14), 2017 Courtesy of the artist and Pearl Lam Galleries Harshtag us at #pearllamgalleries

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Sep 15 – Oct 26, 2017 Chun Kwang Young

Venue: Pearl Lam Galleries, Pedder Building, Hong Kong

Artists: Chun Kwang Young

Category: Art Gallery Exhibitions

Opening Reception/Event date: Sep 14, 2017


Sep 15 – Oct 27, 2017 Poetic Rainbow: The Calligraphy of Wang Dongling

Venue: Hanart TZ Gallery, Pedder Building, Hong Kong

Artists: Wang Dongling

Category: Art Gallery Exhibitions

Opening Reception/Event date: Sep 15, 2017


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Lin Jingjing (@jingjinglin2017 ), "Critical Thinking Matters: It's Time to Reinvent, Rethink, Re-strategize, and Grow," 2017. Aluminum, advertisement fabric, LED lights, 150 x 100 cm. _ de Sarthe Gallery is pleased to announce "Take Off", a multimedia solo exhibition of all new work by the Beijing- and New York-based contemporary artist Lin Jingjing. Adopting a methodology of paradox, the show discusses intrinsic uncertainty, repressed anxieties and the loss of individuality in contemporary society. Opening on 16 September the exhibition will run through 14 October @desarthegallery HK _ #LinJingjing #TakeOff #deSarthe #deSartheGallery #HongKong #HK #HongKongArt #HKart #Contemporary #ContemporaryArt #ContemporaryArts #ContemporaryArtist#ContemporaryArtists #Art #Arts #ArtExhibition #Exhibitions #ArtShow #ArtEvent #ArtWorks #LoveArt #Installation #Installations #ArtInstallation #Residency #HongKongArtScene #AsianArtScene #ArtGallery

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Sep 16 – Oct 14, 2017 Take Off

Venue: de Sarthe Gallery, Hong Kong

Artists: Lin Jingjing

Category: Art Gallery Exhibitions

Opening Reception/Event date: Sep 16, 2017


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"Animal Regulation IV No. 18" (2016) by #Chinese #Artist Liu Di. C-Print. The exhibition "Break with Convention" opens today at Pékin Fine Arts in Hong Kong, and is on view until November 29th. Liu Di believes that “by violating the rules of common sense, we can break the hypnotic trance induced by familiar reality.” Liu uses digitally manipulated photographs to investigate the friction between the natural world and urban residents in China. His series “Animal Regulation” features large and cartoon-like wild animals. He explains that these works look at a mutually destructive relationship through ruins of both human and animal living spaces. Image courtesy of @pekinfineartsgallery. Follow our Instagram page @theartling!

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Sep 16 – Nov 29, 2017 Break with Convention

Venue: Pékin Fine Arts, Hong Kong

Artists: Liu Di

Category: Art Gallery Exhibitions

Opening Reception/Event date: Sep 16, 2017


Sep 19 – Nov 11, 2017 Tale of the Wonderland

Venue: Blindspot Gallery, Hong Kong

Artists: Amy Cheung, Chow Chun FaiSarah LaiLeung Chi WoIsaac Chong WaiSouth Ho Siu Nam, Lam Tung Pang, Pak Sheung Chuen

Category: Art Gallery Exhibitions

Opening Reception/Event date: Sep 16, 2017


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Sep 19 – Nov 7, 2017 Tsuyoshi Maekawa

Venue: Axel Vervoordt Gallery, Hong Kong

Artists: Tsuyoshi Maekawa

Category: Art Gallery Exhibitions

Opening Reception/Event date: Sep 19, 2017


Sep 20 – Oct 29, 2017 Three Gorges

Venue: la Galerie, Hong Kong

Artists: Zeng Nian

Category: Art Gallery Exhibitions

Opening Reception/Event date: Sep 19, 2017


Sep 21 – Nov 9, 2017 Cruel World

Venue: Ben Brown Fine Arts, Pedder Building, Hong Kong

Artists: Hyon Gyon

Category: Art Gallery Exhibitions

Opening Reception/Event date: Sep 20, 2017


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Opening Next Week! The Land is so Rich in Beauty by Lv Shanchuan Opening Reception: Thursday, 21 September, 6-8pm Exhibition Duration: 21 September – 31 October 2017 Contemporary by Angela Li is proud to present “The Land is So Rich in Beauty”, Chinese artist Lv Shanchuan’s second solo exhibition in Hong Kong. This exhibition serves as a continuation of Lv’s first solo exhibition “Spectacle” in Hong Kong last year. While Lv’s creations are largely about social realism, they are also steeped in a liberal dejection within the context of Chinese contemporary art. 下週開幕! 江山如此多嬌——呂山川展覽 開幕酒會: 2017年9月21日, 星期四,下午6時至 8時 展覽日期2017年9月21日 – 10月31日 Contemporary by Angela Li將於2017年9月舉辦中國藝術家呂山川在香港的第二次個人展覽「江山如此多嬌」。是次展覽是繼去年呂山川在香港第一次個展「景觀」以後的延續。呂山川的創作題材是以社會現實主義為主,他的作品也同時浸透著自由主義在中國當代藝術語境中的憂鬱。 #contemporaryart #oilpainting #chinese #contemporarychinese #artist #exhibition #mixedmedia #contemporarybyangelali #gallery #cbal #lvshanchuan #abstract #art #hkartgal

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Sep 21 – Oct 31, 2017 The Land is So Rich in Beauty

Venue: Contemporary By Angela Li, Hong Kong

Artists: Lv Shanchuan

Category: Art Gallery Exhibitions

Opening Reception/Event date: Sep 21, 2017


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「辛丹斯電影節:香港」9月21日至10月1日再度回歸星影匯! 今年將選播12部精彩電影,包括: 《再見魅了緣》(A Ghost Story) 《箍煲BAND友》(Band Aid) 《沙灘喜歡藍》(Beach Rats) 《無聲戰場敘利亞》(City of Ghosts) 《心靈築動》(Columbus) 《無色國度》(Gook) 《英雄下半場》(The Hero) 《IG喪女取西經》(Ingrid Goes West) 《修女慾袍團》(The Little Hours) 《重量級RAP后》(Patti Cake$) 《踏出我天地》(STEP) 《風河谷謀殺案》(Wind River) 門票將於8月21日公開發售,星影匯VIP Metroplitans會員可即日起尊享優先購票,詳情及購票:hk.sundance.org 辛丹斯電影節:香港 - 9月21日至10月1日再度回歸星影匯!今年我們繼續為各位影迷挑選了多部精彩電影,有沒有你期待的心水電影? Sundance Film Festival: Hong Kong returns to The Metroplex from September 21 to October 1! This year we have 12 highly acclaimed and award-winning titles that will premiere in Hong Kong, with filmmakers attending some of the post-screening Q&A session. Tickets are on sale for The Metroplex VIP Metropolitans, and sales open to the general public on August 21. For tickets and more details: hk.sundance.org

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Sep 21 – Oct 1, 2017 Sundance Film Festival 2017, Hong Kong

Venue: The Metroplex, G/F, E-Max, KITEC, 1 Trademart Drive, Kowloon Bay, Hong Kong

Artists: See exhibitor list

Category: Art Fairs and Festivals

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Sep 21 – 24, 2017 Asia Contemporary Art Show (Fall) 2017

Venue: Conrad Hotel Hong Kong, One Pacific Place, 88 Queensway, Admiralty, Hong Kong

Artists: See exhibitor list

Category: Art Fairs and Festivals

Opening Reception/Event date: Sep 21, 2017


Sep 21 – Nov 10, 2017 Rhythms

Venue: Sin Sin Fine Art, Hong Kong

Artists: Zulkarnaini

Category: Art Gallery Exhibitions

Opening Reception/Event date: Sep 21, 2017


Sep 21 – Nov 10, 2017 Colours in a Breeze

Venue: Leo Gallery, SOHO189 Art Lane, Hong Kong

Artists: Zhang Xuerui

Category: Art Gallery Exhibitions

Opening Reception/Event date: Sep 21, 2017


Sep 21 – Oct 10, 2017 Colors of Italy: Italian Contemporary Masters

Venue: Opera Gallery, Hong Kong

Artists: Alessandro AlgardiMarcello Lo GiudicePino Manos, and Umberto Mariani

Category: Art Gallery Exhibitions

Opening Reception/Event date: Sep 21, 2017


Sep 22 – Oct 27, 2017 Trip of the Tongue, curated by Piper Marshall

Venue: Simon Lee Gallery, Pedder Building, Hong Kong

Artists: Judith Bernstein, Elaine Cameron-Weir, Ida Ekblad, Torbjorn Rodland, Torey Thornton

Category: Art Gallery Exhibitions

Opening Reception/Event date: Sep 21, 2017


Sep 22 – Oct 29, 2017 The Third Script 2.0

Venue: Pearl Lam Galleries, SOHO189 Art Lane, Hong Kong

Artists: Boo JunfengLinda C.H. Lai

Category: Art Gallery Exhibitions

Opening Reception/Event date: Sep 21, 2017


Sep 23 – Dec 3, 2017 Chris Evans, Pak Sheung Chuen : Two Exhibitions

Venue: Para Site, Hong Kong

Artists: Pak Sheung Chuen, Chris Evans

Category: Art Gallery Exhibitions

Opening Reception/Event date: Sep 22, 2017


Sep 23 – Dec 3, 2017 enLIGHTenment

Venue: 3812 Gallery, Hong Kong

Artists: Qu Leilei

Category: Art Gallery Exhibitions

Opening Reception/Event date: Sep 22, 2017


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To experience the art of Leang Seckon is to engage with an epic tale and a deep personal narrative of an artist coming to terms with a dark past, while keeping a vigilant, mindful eye in the present. Historic symbols and motifs from ancient Angkorian and Khmer periods are juxtaposed with those of contemporary Cambodia. From discarded materials found and collected, Seckon breathes new life into spent debris, creating complex compositions that are collaged, painted, and sewn onto canvas in layers of time that solidify, like stratified rock, a palpable record of the Cambodian experience. Leang Seckon ‘When Head and Body Unite' at Rossi & Rossi Hong Kong, opening 23 September. #leangseckon #cambodianart #exhibition #HKIG #contemporaryart #rossiandrossi #wongchukhang #hongkong #gallery #southisland #paintings

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Sep 23 – Oct 31, 2017 When Head and Body Unite

Venue: Rossi & Rossi, Hong Kong

Artists: Leang Seckon

Category: Art Gallery Exhibitions

Opening Reception/Event date: Sep 23, 2017


Sep 26 – 27, 2017 2017 Cultural Leadership Summit – Building Our Future Audience

Venue: The Hong Kong Jockey Club Amphitheatre, The Hong Kong Academy for Performing Arts

Artists: /

Category: Art Fairs and Festivals

Opening Reception/Event date: /


Sep 26 – Nov 11, 2017 Arcadia

Venue: Gagosian Gallery, Pedder Building, Hong Kong

Artists: BalthusJoe BradleyCecily BrownGregory CrewdsonAndreas GurskyDamien HirstJeff KoonsAlbert OehlenNam June PaikGiuseppe PenoneEd RuschaCy TwomblyAndy WarholRichard WrightZeng Fanzhi

Category: Art Gallery Exhibitions

Opening Reception/Event date: Sep 26, 2017


Sep 27 – Dec 31, 2017 Painting Her Way: The Ink Art of Fang Zhaoling

Venue: Chantal Miller GalleryAsia Society, Hong Kong

Artists: Fang Zhaoling

Category: Art Gallery Exhibitions

Opening Reception/Event date: /


Sep 27 – Oct 24, 2017 Dress

Venue: Odd One Out, Hong Kong

Artists: Anna Gleeson

Category: Art Gallery Exhibitions

Opening Reception/Event date: Sep 27, 2017


Sep 28 – Dec 15, 2017 Pop… in art

Venue: Sansiao Gallery, Hong Kong

Artists: Andy Warhol, Jasper Johns, Roy Lichtenstein, Rupert J. Smith, Tseng Kwong Chi, Richard Pettibone, Mel Ramos, Christopher Makos, Helmut Newton, Bishin Jumonji, Mike Bidlo, Hidemaro and more

Category: Art Gallery Exhibitions

Opening Reception/Event date: Sep 28, 2017


Sep 28 – Nov 17, 2017 The Best of Everything

Venue: Galerie Huit, Hong Kong

Artists: Zhu Tian

Category: Art Gallery Exhibitions

Opening Reception/Event date: Sep 28, 2017


Sep 29 – Nov 25, 2017 Frog King Turns 70, Experiments in Ink Since the 1970s

Venue: 10 Chancery Lane Gallery, Hong Kong

Artists: Frog King

Category: Art Gallery Exhibitions

Opening Reception/Event date: Sep 28, 2017


Image courtesy of Gallery Exit

Sep 30 – Nov 4, 2017 Violence on demand

Venue: Gallery EXIT, Hong Kong

Artists: Li Jingxiong

Category: Art Gallery Exhibitions

Opening Reception/Event date: Sep 30, 2017


Sep 30 – Oct 3, 2017 Fine Art Asia 2017

Venue: Hong Kong Convention and Exhibition Centre (HKCEC)

Artists: See exhibitor list

Category: Art Fairs and Festivals

Opening Reception/Event date: Sep 29, 2017


Sep 28 – Oct 3, 2017 Sotheby’s Hong Kong Autumn Sales 2017

Venue: Hall 1, Hong Kong Convention and Exhibition Centre, Hong Kong

Artists: See exhibitor list

Category: Auctions

Opening Reception/Event Date: /


Sep 30 – Oct 3, 2017 China Guardian Hong Kong 2017 Autumn Auctions

Venue: Hall 5BC, Hong Kong Convention and Exhibition Centre, Hong Kong

Artists: See exhibitor list

Category: Auctions

Opening Reception/Event Date: /


Sep 30 – Oct 3, 2017 Poly Auction Hong Kong Autumn Auctions 2017

Venue: Ballroom, Grand Hyatt, Hong Kong

Artists: See exhibitor list

Category: Auctions

Opening Reception/Event Date: /


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Revisit the article about exhibitions in Hong Kong in August 2017 here: August 2017: 7 Contemporary Art Exhibitions to See in Hong Kong

Revisit the article about exhibitions in Hong Kong in July 2017 here: July 2017: 6 Art Gallery Exhibitions to See in Hong Kong