5 Art Exhibitions in Hong Kong to See in April, May and June 2019

Here is my selection of five must-see shows in Hong Kong this Spring!

Mar 29 – Jun 30, 2019 Silver Tongued

Venue: SHOP Taka Ishii Gallery, Hong Kong

Artist: Michael Anastassiades

Category: Art Gallery Exhibition

Opening Reception/Event date: Mar 29, 2019


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#FrankStella: Engaging with the logics of Cubism and Constructivism, Frank Stella’s Polish Village assemblages began around 1970 and found the artist breaking the surface plane established in his previous series. As Stella proceeded, elements of the pictorial sphere began to emerge as sculptural, architectural reliefs that orient toward a diagonal axis. . The series was inspired by Maria and Kazimierz Piechotka’s book ‘Wooden Synagogues’, in which the authors compiled photographs and line drawings of 71 synagogues documented during an architectural survey in the 1920s and ’30s. Sharing affinities with the angular architectures and sophisticated carpentry of the synagogues, each of Stella’s compositions—named for the structures pictured in the Piechotkas’ book—appears in several versions that are materially and formally distinct. In Artforum in 2016, Stella described an underlying concept of the series: where modernism’s Constructivist line can be traced from Moscow to Berlin via Warsaw, the course of the Nazis, who ruined these sacred sites, mirrored that path in reverse. . American Master. Frank Stella: Polish Villages is on view at Lévy Gorvy in Hong Kong through July 27. . #LevyGorvy #FrankStella #PolishVillages . Frank Stella. “Olkienniki II,” 1972. Corrugated cardboard, felt, paint and wood construction, 95 x 84 inches (241.3 x 213.4 cm). © (2019) Frank Stella / Artist Rights Society (ARS), New York, NY. Image courtesy of Kasmin Gallery.

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May 24 – Jul 27, 2019 American Master. Frank Stella: Polish Villages

Venue: Lévy Gorvy, Hong Kong

Artist: Frank Stella

Category: Art Gallery Exhibition

Opening Reception/Event date: May 23, 2019


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Chen Danqing’s solo exhibition “Chen Danqing: Disguise and Paintings from Life” will open at our Hong Kong space this Friday May 24, the opening reception will be held starting from 6 pm. Curated by Cui Cancan, this is Chen’s first exhibition with the gallery and his first major solo presentation in Hong Kong. ⁣ ⁣ Chen Danqing is a Chinese-American artist, writer, and art critic. He is known for his realist depictions of nudes and rugged landscapes. Influenced by the paintings of Jean-François Millet, Chen empathetically portrayed Tibetan farmers and herdsman in the 1970s. He graduated from the Central Academy of Fine Arts in Beijing in 1980. In 1982, the artist emigrated to the United States, where he spent 18 years writing and painting in New York. Chen returned to China in 2000 as a professor at Tsinghua University in Beijing. He participated in numerous exhibitions worldwide, including Museum Europe D’Art Modern (Barcelona, Spain), Venice Biennale (Venice, Italy), Guggenheim Museum (New York, USA), Aros Museum (Aarhus, Denmark), Louis Blouin Foundation (London, UK), Asia Society Art Museum (New York, USA), Shanghai Museum of Contemporary Art (Shanghai, China), Minsheng Art Museum (Shanghai, China) etc. ⁣ ⁣ Images: Artificial Flowers, 210 x 230 cm, oil on canvas, 2017; Woman Resting Her Head on Her Hand, 61 x 76 cm, oil on canvas, 2014. Image credit: the artist and Tang Contemporary Art.

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May 24 – Jun 30, 2019 Chen Danqing: Disguise and Paintings from Life

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

Artist: Chen Danqing

Category: Art Gallery Exhibition

Opening Reception/Event date: May 24, 2019


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⁣Pace Gallery | Chewing Gum III | 25 May – 4 July 2019 Pace Gallery is pleased to present the themed exhibition Chewing Gum III, the third installment following Chewing Gum and Chewing Gum II, presented in 2015 and 2017 respectively. This exhibition continues Pace’s sustained studies in the Hong Kong gallery of the individual creative states of contemporary artists from different temporal, regional, and cultural backgrounds, with a special focus on relationships between “object and object”, “people and object”, and “people and people”. Here, the everyday act of “chewing” alludes to the ways in which a globalised context tends to dispel, and even dissolve, cultural differences, and to the effect of viewer participation in bringing about new connections between artworks. #pacegallery #chewinggum #chewinggumIII #contemporaryart #hkaga #hkart #art #instaart #artevent #hkartevent #artexhibition #hkartexhibition

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May 25 – Jul 4, 2019 Chewing Gum III

Venue: Pace Gallery, H Queen’s, Hong Kong

Artists: Lee Kun-Yong, Lee Ufan, Louise Nevelson, Irving Penn, Joel Shapiro, Kiki SmithSong Dong, Tim EitelTony Smith

Category: Art Gallery Exhibition

Opening Reception/Event date: May 24, 2019


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Would you be willing to take the pills that alter your reality in order to satisfy your emotional needs? – Lin Jingjing’s solo show “Lov-Lov Shop” explores the meaning and significance of humans in the age of artificial intelligence. The absurdity of the influence of technology on mankind is amplified in Lin’s Lov-Lov pharmacy series “We Have Solutions” (2019). This corresponding series advertises a medication regime perfect for indolent individuals. If you are too lazy to order an AI companion, all you need is a pill to experience love again and again – it is that simple and easy. Love, trust, friendship, respect, even spirituality, mysteriousness, and confidence – all are attainable, and all you need to do is sit back and enjoy. Is this not the shortcut to altering minds and reality that many long for? – Lin Jingjing’s solo exhibition “Lov-Lov Shop” runs through July 6. – Image: Installation view. Lin Jingjing, “We Have Solutions” series, 2019, archival pigment print on canvas, 160 x 100cm each – #desarthe #LinJingjing #LovLovShop #AI #humanity #robots #mankind #nonliving #relationship #breakdown #installation #light #utopia #dystopia #gallery #exhibition #hk

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May 25 – July 13, 2019 Lov-Lov Shop

Venue: de Sarthe Gallery, Hong Kong

Artist: Lin Jingjing

Category: Art Gallery Exhibition

Opening Reception/Event date: May 25, 2019


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Revisit the article about exhibitions in Hong Kong in January, February and March 2019 here: Art Exhibitions, Art Fairs and Auctions in Hong Kong: January, February, March 2019

Revisit the article about exhibitions in Hong Kong in October, November and December 2018 here: Highlights of Hong Kong’s Art Scene: Events in October, November and December 2018

Revisit the article about exhibitions in Hong Kong in August and September 2018 here: Art Exhibitions, Art Fairs, Art Festivals and Auctions in Hong Kong: August and September 2018

Revisit the article about exhibitions in Hong Kong in June and July 2018 here: Art Shows to See in Hong Kong: June and July 2018

Revisit the article about exhibitions in Hong Kong in April and May 2018 here: April and May 2018: Art Exhibitions to See in Hong Kong

Revisit the article about exhibitions in Hong Kong in February and March 2018 here: February and March 2018: Art Exhibitions in Hong Kong

Revisit the article about exhibitions in Hong Kong in December 2017 and January 2018 here: 5 Hong Kong Art Exhibitions to See: December 2017 and January 2018

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

Highlights of Hong Kong’s Art Scene: Events in October, November and December 2018

2018 has been an eventful year! In case you’ve missed these, here are some art events from the past 3 months in Hong Kong’s art scene.

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Visit Christian Lemmerz’s solo exhibition “Not I” at our H Queen’s space before this Saturday, December 22! Please note that our Hong Kong space will close for holidays and will reopen on January 4, 2019. ⁣ ⁣ Upon entering the virtual reality of Christian Lemmerz’s La Apparizione, one encounters the Crucified One. It appears to be a golden tortured body released from the cross and floating in deep darkness. His wounds reveal flesh and blood behind the glistening metal surface of his skin. Exposed to the viewer through the extreme visuality, the VR medium is a fusion between the suffering saint and human bordering on vulgarity. Throughout history, the representations of the Crucifixion of Christ take many shapes – from the suffering body and sacrifice in the Middle Ages to the conquering divine anatomical Christ in the Renaissance. All different depictions of Christ seem to merge across high and low culture, constituting one ultimate icon in the work. ⁣ ⁣ Image courtesy: the artist, Khora Contemporary and Tang Contemporary Art.

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CURRENT EXHIBITION (Hong Kong) | Christian Lemmerz “Not I” | 24.11 – 29.12.2018 .
Thanks to everyone who visited the opening of @christianlemmerz ’s solo exhibition last Saturday! The exhibition title refers to a short dramatic monologue written by Samuel Beckett in 1973. It is one of Beckett’s late works and its title comes from the character's repeated denial that the events she describes or alludes to happened to her. .
It has been more than 30 years since Lemmerz began his investigation of the body and its metaphysical nature. In the early 1990s he resumed his work with classical medium of marble, creating an ongoing series of sculptures. The exhibition features series of drawings, sculptures and recently made VR work. .
On view through December 29 at our @hqueenshk space.

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Nov 24 – Dec 29, 2018 Not I

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

Artists: Christian Lemmerz

Category: Art Gallery Exhibition

Opening Reception/Event date: Nov 24, 2018


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An exhibition of work by Dan Flavin, Donald Judd, John McCracken, and Fred Sandback, four American artists associated with Minimalism, opens Wednesday, November 14 from 6-8 PM at the Hong Kong gallery. Each artist will be represented by a focused presentation of his work in a single room, allowing visitors to experience both the commonalities and distinctions in the individual approaches to reductive form, material, color, and space. . Donald Judd, with the intention of creating straightforward work that could assume a direct material and physical "presence" without recourse to grand philosophical statements, eschewed the classical ideals of representational sculpture to create a rigorous visual vocabulary that sought clear and definite objects as its primary mode of articulation. . Dan Flavin produced a singularly consistent and prodigious body of work that utilized commercially available fluorescent lamps to create installations, or "situations," as he preferred to call them, of light and color. . John McCracken’s work combines the restrained formal qualities of Minimalist sculpture with a distinctly Los Angeles sensibility expressed through color, form, and finish. . Fred Sandback is known for sculptures that outline planes and volumes in space. Though he employed metal wire and elastic cord early in his career, the artist soon dispensed with mass and weight by using acrylic yarn to create works that address their physical surroundings, the "pedestrian space," as Sandback called it, of everyday life. ___ Pictured: Installation view, Flavin, Judd, McCracken, Sandback, David Zwirner, Hong Kong, 2018. #DanFlavin #DonaldJudd #JohnMcCracken #FredSandback #DavidZwirnerHongKong #Hqueens #DavidZwirner @juddfoundation

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“I think I’m one of those people who, for better or worse, really believes in some of the simplest materials as being the best ones to think through.” ––Dan Flavin in conversation with Tiffany Bell, 1982. . The term Minimalism came to denote a new abstract style of work that emerged in New York and Los Angeles in the 1960s and which radically reconfigured the possibilities of sculpture. Since its inception, David Zwirner has featured critically acclaimed exhibitions devoted to the work of artists associated with Minimal art and is recognized as one of the foremost international galleries to present this work to the public. Highlighting historically significant installations, this exhibition is the first major presentation of Minimal art to be on view in Hong Kong. Flavin, Judd, McCracken, Sandback will be on view through December 21. The Hong Kong gallery will be open Sunday, November 25 from 11-7 PM. ___ Pictured from left: Dan Flavin, untitled (to the real Dan Hill) 1a, 1978. Dan Flavin installing his solo exhibition fluorescent light, etc. from Dan Flavin, 1969. #DanFlavin #DonaldJudd #JohnMcCracken #FredSandback #DavidZwirnerHongKong #Hqueens #DavidZwirner

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Nov 15 – Dec 21, 2018 Flavin, Judd, McCracken, Sandback

Venue: David Zwirner, H Queen’s, Hong Kong

Artists: Dan Flavin, Donald Judd, John McCracken, Fred Sandback,

Category: Art Gallery Exhibition

Opening Reception/Event date: Nov 14, 2018


Dec 14, 2018 – Jan 12, 2019 Using All The Freedoms We Have

Venue: Over the Influence, Hong Kong

Artists: Scott Campbell

Category: Art Gallery Exhibition

Opening Reception/Event date: Dec 13, 2018

Nov 30 – Dec 31, 2018 Art Car 2018

Venue: Lee Tung Avenue, Hong Kong

Artists: Eleanor McColl

Category: Art Event

Opening Reception/Event Date: Nov 30, 2018


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HKAGA Art Week 9-17 November 2018 | Now in its 6th year! 【 3rd HKAGA Annual Art Symposium】16-17 Nov 2018 | Looking Up: Remapping Hong Kong’s Art Scene in the Era of New Connectivity and Ruptures Day 1: 2:15pm – 6:15pm, Friday, November 16th Day 2: 10:15am – 4:15pm, Saturday, November 17th Venue: Asia Society Hong Kong Center (9 Justice Drive, Admiralty Hong Kong) The 2-day Art Symposium includes 5 sessions of presentations and talks from an outstanding roaster of influencers – artists, curators, gallerists, art fair directors, researchers and collectors from Asia and beyond. For more information, please click the link in bio. 2018年11月 9至 17日香港藝術週 | 昂然踏入第六屆 【 第三屆2018藝術座談會】2018年11月16-17日 | 遠景展望:香港藝壇在互聯互通和充滿挑戰的新時代之再構 Day 1: 11月16日(五),下午2:15- 6:15 Day 2: 11月17日(六),上午10:15 – 4:15 地點:亞洲協會香港中心(香港金鐘正義道9號) 免費入場,坐位有限,按Profile 連結 #HKAGA #2018HongKongArtWeek #AsiaSociety #HongKong #香港畫廊協會 #第6屆香港藝術週 #亞洲協會香港中心 #HongKongArtScene

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HKAGA Art Week 9-17 November 2018 | Now in its 6th year! 【 3rd HKAGA Annual Art Symposium】16-17 Nov 2018 | Looking Up: Remapping Hong Kong’s Art Scene in the Era of New Connectivity and Ruptures Theme | “One Belt, One Road” — Hong Kong as a window to the world Main Speaker | Cuauhtémoc Medina, Chief Curator of the 12th Shanghai Biennale Cuauhtémoc Medina will speak about China's One Belt, One Road initiative which will transform trade and cultural relations, including the art world. Born in Mexico, Cuauhtémoc Medina is an internationally renowned art curator, critic and historian. Having worked extensively in Europe, he currently serves as Chief Curator at the Museo Universitario Arte Contemporáneo (MUAC) in Mexico City. . 2018年11月 9至 17日香港藝術週 | 昂然踏入第六屆 【 第三屆2018藝術座談會】2018年11月16-17日 | 遠景展望:香港藝壇在互聯互通和充滿挑戰的新時代之再構 座談會一 |下午2:30 – 4:15 主題 |「一帶一路」:香港作為通往國際藝壇之窗口 主講嘉賓|Cuauhtémoc Medina,第12屆上海雙 年展的主策展人 第 12 屆 上海雙年展的主策展人 Cuauhtémoc Medina 是 11 月 16 日(星期五)座談會的揭幕講者,他將 探討中國的「一帶一路」舉措在轉化未來貿易及文化關係之時牽動藝術界的局面。此外,多位藝術 界專業人士將於現場討論香港在此格局中的地位,以及其作為貫通中國內地、亞太區和西方國家的 窗口角色。 出生於墨西哥, Cuauhtémoc Medina是活躍於國際藝術界的策展人、評論家和藝術史學家。他曾長期工作於歐洲,現為墨西哥國立自治大學當代藝術博物館(Museo Universitario Arte Contemporaneo)的首席策展人。 #HKAGA #2018HongKongArtWeek #AsiaSociety #HongKong #香港畫廊協會 #第6屆香港藝術週 #亞洲協會香港中心 #HongKongArtScene

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HKAGA Art Week 9-17 November 2018 | Now in its 6th year! 【 3rd HKAGA Annual Art Symposium】16-17 Nov 2018 | Looking Up: Remapping Hong Kong’s Art Scene in the Era of New Connectivity and Ruptures Session Two | 4:30 – 6:15pm Theme | How are Western Museums collecting and understanding Contemporary Art from Asia Main Speaker | Boon Hui Tan, Director of Asia Society Museum Mr Boon Hui Tan, Director of Asia Society Museum, will discuss how Asian artists are now featuring in the acquisition programmes in the Museums from both Western and Asian countries and what further work needs to be done. As Assistant Chief Executive for Museums and Programs under Singapore’s National Heritage Board, Mr Tan has overseen and developed the exhibitions, programmess and outreach activities of National Heritage Board organisations, including the National Museum of Singapore, Asian Civilizations Museum, Peranakan Museum and the Malay Heritage Center. He also recently served as Artistic Director of Singapour en France, le Festival 2015, a multidisciplinary festival focusing on Singapore and Southeast Asia. . 2018年11月 9至 17日香港藝術週 | 昂然踏入第六屆 【 第三屆2018藝術座談會】2018年11月16-17日 | 遠景展望:香港藝壇在互聯互通和充滿挑戰的新時代之再構 座談會二|下午4:30 – 晚上6:15 主題 | 西方博物館收藏及鑑賞亞洲當代藝術之現況 主講嘉賓 | 陳文輝,亞洲協會博物館館長 亞洲協會博物館館長陳文輝(Boon Hui Tan)和西方及亞洲博物 館多位策展人將討論「西方博物館收藏及鑑賞亞洲當代藝術之現況」,以及他們的未來工作計劃。 曾作為新加坡國家遺產委員會下屬的博物館與項目部助理總幹事,陳文輝曾經負責及組織多場重要展覽、藝術項目等活動,極大的促進了新加坡國家遺產委員下屬多個機構的外展工作,例如新加坡國立博物館、亞洲文明博物館、土生華人博物館以及馬來遺產中心等等。 #HKAGA #2018HongKongArtWeek #AsiaSociety #HongKong #香港畫廊協會 #第6屆香港藝術週 #亞洲協會香港中心 #HongKongArtScene

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HKAGA Art Week 9-17 November 2018 | Now in its 6th year! 【 3rd HKAGA Annual Art Symposium】16-17 Nov 2018 | Looking Up: Remapping Hong Kong’s Art Scene in the Era of New Connectivity and Ruptures Session Three | 10:15am – 12pm Theme | Female artists in Asia, in honour of Asia Society’s Pan Yuliang Exhibition Main Speaker | Freya Chou, Curator of Para Site Ms Freya Chou will talk about Female Artists in Asia and together with renowned curators, artists and collectors, will discuss the realities faced by women in the art world and the opportunities and challenges for the future. Freya Chou is Curator of Education and Public Programmes at Para Site. Her recent curatorial projects include Afterwork (co-curators, 2016), An Asia Survey – Bruce Yonemoto (2015), Social Factory – The 10th Shanghai Biennial (co-curators, 2014). She was Assistant Curator of the 7th Taipei Biennial (2010). In 2014, she founded YiBen Book, an independent publishing house committed to producing artists’ books. She has written and edited many publications and contributed to periodicals, including Artist Magazine, ARTCO, LEAP and Art Review Asia. . 【 第三屆2018藝術座談會】2018年11月16-17日 | 遠景展望:香港藝壇在互聯互通和充滿挑戰的新時代之再構 座談會三 |上午10:15 – 中午12:00 主題 | 亞洲女藝術家之概況 主講嘉賓 | 周安曼,Para Site藝術空間策展人 在全球#MeToo 浪潮正盛之際,香港選派女藝術家代表本地參加威尼斯雙年展,與此同時,亞洲協 會現正展出傑出中國女藝術家潘玉良之作品。座談會將突顯女性藝術家、博物館策展人和藝術商在 香港藝壇扮演的重要角色 周安曼為香港Para Site藝術空間教育與公共項目策展人,近年策劃展覽包括《工餘》(聯合策展, 2016)、《亞洲調查-Bruce Yonemoto個展》(2015)、《第十屆上海雙年展》(聯合策展, 2014)。她曾擔任第七屆台北雙年展助理策展人 #HKAGA #2018HongKongArtWeek #AsiaSociety #HongKong #香港畫廊協會 #第6屆香港藝術週 #亞洲協會香港中心 #HongKongArtScene

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HKAGA Art Week 9-17 November 2018 | Now in its 6th year! 【 3rd HKAGA Annual Art Symposium】16-17 Nov 2018 | Looking Up: Remapping Hong Kong’s Art Scene in the Era of New Connectivity and Ruptures Day 2 | Session Four | 1:30 – 3:15pm Theme | New Trends, the impact of the next wave of international gallery openings in Hong Kong and beyond Main Speaker | Magnus Renfrew, Managing Director & Founder, ARTHQ Group Magnus Renfrew will speak on New Trends, the impact of the next wave of international gallery openings in Hong Kong and beyond. Together with a panel of experts, he will evaluate the impact of these developments on the region, local small and medium-sized galleries and the relationship of Hong Kong with the rest of Asia. Mr Renfrew is a cultural entrepreneur and writer with over 20 years’ experience in the international art world. . 【 第三屆2018藝術座談會】2018年11月16-17日 | 遠景展望:香港藝壇在互聯互通和充滿挑戰的新時代之再構 座談會四|下午1:30 – 3:15 主題 | 國際畫廊進駐香港及周邊地區新趨勢的影響 主講嘉賓 | 任天晉,ARTHQ Group董事總經理及創辦人 ARTHQ Group 董事總經理及創辦人任天晉 (Magnus Renfrew)將以「國際畫廊進駐香港及周邊地區新趨勢的影響」為題,與藝術界的專業 人士,包括藝博會總監和畫廊多名代表,評估此發展對區內及本地中小型畫廊、藝術家,以至對香 港與亞洲各地間關係之影響。 活躍於國際藝壇二十多年,文化企業家任天晉(Magnus Renfrew)於2017年成立ARTHQ / Group,為藝術界提供各種服務。ARTHQ / Group為藝術界提供戰略諮詢和行政搜索解決方案,並投資和創建具有里程碑意義的活動和數字平台,以擴大受眾群體。 The Art Symposium will conclude with a keynote Presentation by Tobias Berger, Head of Arts, Tai Kwun. 藝術座談會將於11月17日 (星期六)下午作總結,屆時將由大館藝術主管 Tobias Berger 主講。 #HKAGA #2018HongKongArtWeek #AsiaSociety #HongKong #香港畫廊協會 #第6屆香港藝術週 #亞洲協會香港中心 #HongKongArtScene

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Nov 16 – 17, 2018 3rd Annual HKAGA Art Symposium

Venue: Asia Society, Hong Kong

Speakers: Cuauhtémoc Medina, Iola Lenzi, Harald Kraemer, Lorraine Kiang, H.G. Masters, Boon Hui Tan, Victoria Sung, Alan Lau, Sara Raza, Catherine Kwai, Raymond Tang, Freya Chou, Doris Wong Wai-yin, Özge Ersoy, Enid Tsui, Magnus Renfrew, Emmanuel Perrotin, Daphne King, Isa Lorenzo, Vivienne Chow, Tobias Berger

Category: Art Event

Opening Reception/Event Date: Nov 16-17, 2018


Nov 23 – 28, 2018  Christie’s Hong Kong Autumn Auctions 2018

Venue: Hong Kong Convention and Exhibition Centre, Hong Kong

Artists: See exhibitor list

Category: Auctions

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10 Chancery Lane Gallery is proud to present the first Hong Kong solo exhibition of Chinese artist Gu Benchi. This exhibition will feature his latest series of three dimensional “Endless Line” wall hangings, as well as, a site specific installation made for 10 Chancery Lane Gallery. … Gu Benchi was born in Shanghai in 1979. He was inspired by one of the abstract art pioneers Piet Mondrian and has taken geometric abstraction to a new level in his artworks. By way of using colored high-strength polyester thread he weaves multilayered configurations playing with balance, harmony, symmetry, perspective and light. … #contemporaryart #chineseartist #installationart

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Oct 19 – Nov 3, 2018 Gu Benchi Solo Exhibition

Venue: 10 Chancery Lane Gallery, Hong Kong

Artists: Gu Benchi

Category: Art Gallery Exhibition

Opening Reception/Event date: Oct 19, 2018


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Revisit the article about exhibitions in Hong Kong in August and September 2018 here: Art Exhibitions, Art Fairs, Art Festivals and Auctions in Hong Kong: August and September 2018

Revisit the article about exhibitions in Hong Kong in June and July 2018 here: Art Shows to See in Hong Kong: June and July 2018

Revisit the article about exhibitions in Hong Kong in April and May 2018 here: April and May 2018: Art Exhibitions to See in Hong Kong

Revisit the article about exhibitions in Hong Kong in February and March 2018 here: February and March 2018: Art Exhibitions in Hong Kong

Revisit the article about exhibitions in Hong Kong in December 2017 and January 2018 here: 5 Hong Kong Art Exhibitions to See: December 2017 and January 2018

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

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