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Ju Ming — Sculpting the Living World

Showcases artwork in wood, ceramics, stone, bronze and stainless steel, together they elaborate on the evolution of the Living World Series since its inception 30 years ago, revealing the artist's observation and reflection on contemporary life.

Ju Ming — Sculpting the Living World Showcases artwork in wood, ceramics, stone, bronze and stainless steel, together they elaborate on the evolution of the Living World Series since its inception 30 years ago, revealing the artist's observation and reflection on contemporary life. Ju Ming — Sculpting the Living World
Hong Kong Museum of Art
Living world series - lining up 2002 Copper, Ju Ming
Showcases artwork in wood, ceramics, stone, bronze and stainless steel, together they elaborate on the evolution of the Living World Series since its inception 30 years ago, revealing the artist's observation and reflection on contemporary life.
2014.02.28 - 2014.06.15
Hong Kong Museum of Art
The Hong Kong Jockey Club Series: Studio Ghibli Layout Designs: Understanding the Secrets of Takahata and Miyazaki Animation

Comprises over 1,300 layout designs from selected works by Isao Takahata and Hayao Miyazaki throughout their careers. The whole history of Studio Ghibli layout production will be on display.

The Hong Kong Jockey Club Series: Studio Ghibli Layout Designs: Understanding the Secrets of Takahata and Miyazaki Animation Comprises over 1,300 layout designs from selected works by Isao Takahata and Hayao Miyazaki throughout their careers. The whole history of Studio Ghibli layout production will be on display. The Hong Kong Jockey Club Series: Studio Ghibli Layout Designs: Understanding the Secrets of Takahata and Miyazaki Animation
Hong Kong Heritage Museum
The Hong Kong Jockey Club Series: Studio Ghibli Layout Designs: Understanding the Secrets of Takahata and Miyazaki Animation
Comprises over 1,300 layout designs from selected works by Isao Takahata and Hayao Miyazaki throughout their careers. The whole history of Studio Ghibli layout production will be on display.
2014.05.14 - 2014.08.31
Hong Kong Heritage Museum
Gems of Yixing Tea Ware from the Nanjing Museums

In addition to masterpieces from the Ming and Qing dynasties, there are also teapots by famous 20th century makers: Wang Yinchun, Pei Shimin, Gu Jingzhou, Zhu Kexin and Jiang Rong etc.

Gems of Yixing Tea Ware from the Nanjing Museums In addition to masterpieces from the Ming and Qing dynasties, there are also teapots by famous 20th century makers: Wang Yinchun, Pei Shimin, Gu Jingzhou, Zhu Kexin and Jiang Rong etc. Gems of Yixing Tea Ware from the Nanjing Museums
Flagstaff House Museum of Tea Ware
Gems of Yixing Tea Ware from the Nanjing Museums
In addition to masterpieces from the Ming and Qing dynasties, there are also teapots by famous 20th century makers: Wang Yinchun, Pei Shimin, Gu Jingzhou, Zhu Kexin and Jiang Rong etc.
2014.03.26 - 2014.07.10
Flagstaff House Museum of Tea Ware
Key Programmes
Ming and Qing Chinese Arts from the C. P. Lin Collection
Ming and Qing Chinese Arts from the C. P. Lin Collection

Showcases 270 Ming and Qing dynasty artworks from the C. P. Lin Collection, featuring precious objects made exclusively for the imperial court - exquisite porcelains, rare jades, intricately carved rhinoceros horns, ivories and bamboo objets d'art, iridescent painted enamels and glass. The exhibition focuses on historical Chinese artistic pursuits, drawing viewers to a feast of beauty, and demonstrating a perfect coherence of craftsmanship and aesthetics reflecting the splendour of China.

2014.05.03 - 2014.09.28
Hong Kong Museum of Art
Paris • Chinese Painting: Legacy of the 20th Century Chinese Masters
Paris • Chinese Painting: Legacy of the 20th Century Chinese Masters

This exhibition showcases almost a hundred works, including oil paintings, Chinese ink paintings, sketches, lithographs, sculptures and more, demonstrating the impact and revelation of European art on 20th century Chinese painting. Exhibits have been composed from the collections of the Musée Cernuschi in Paris, the Hong Kong Museum of Art and several major institutions in France.

2014.06.20 - 2014.09.21
Hong Kong Museum of Art
Hong Kong Contemporary Art Awards 2012 — Thirteen Dimensions of Hong Kong
Hong Kong Contemporary Art Awards 2012 — Thirteen Dimensions of Hong Kong

The "Hong Kong Contemporary Art Awards 2012" received fervent submission of artworks. This section of the exhibition gathers thirteen selected entries which show a strong sense of locality. They not only reflect the inseparable relationship between Hong Kong artists and local culture, but also highlight the uniqueness of Hong Kong art in this globalised world.

Now - 2014.06
Hong Kong Museum of Art
2013 Tea Ware by Hong Kong Potters
2013 Tea Ware by Hong Kong Potters

The exhibition features 105 items of selected ceramic tea ware made by 87 local potters. The exhibits from the Open Category presents diverse themes, including nature, imaginative creation of abstract forms and pieces inspired by everyday experience. Works by students show the unlimited creativity and vitality of young people also highlight the sterling efforts of their ceramic instructors.

Now - 2014.09.08
Flagstaff House Museum of Tea Ware
This Slow ‧ That Fast:Animamix Biennale 2013 -14
This Slow ‧ That Fast:Animamix Biennale 2013 -14

The major exhibition at the City University of Hong Kong will feature a series of new media art, installation, sculptural and graphical works created by young local artists. The exhibition at the other two venues will showcase outstanding works by the alumni of the School of Creative Media at the City University of Hong Kong. Come and indulge yourself in a brand-new experience with intriguing notions of time and speed.

2014.03.15 - 2014.04.12 (except Sundays) / 2014.03.20 - 2014.04.17
3/F, Run Run Shaw Creative Media Centre, City University of Hong Kong / Oi! / vA!
Heaven, Earth and Man – A Hong Kong Art Exhibition
Heaven, Earth and Man – A Hong Kong Art Exhibition

Three renowned local artists, Danny Lee, Kum Chi-keung and Rosanna Li, have each created a large sculpture on the theme of "Heaven, Earth and Man" specifically for the Art Square. These works are inspired by our daily lives and reinterpret the harmonious relationship between man and nature.

2014.2.20 - 2014.8.30
Art Square at Salisbury Garden
Hand in Hand with Hong Kong Art: Laurence Tam
Hand in Hand with Hong Kong Art: Laurence Tam

Mr Laurence Tam (1933 – 2013), the first Chief Curator of the Hong Kong Museum of Art, dedicated his whole life to pursue art education, museum services and to promote new ink art. Mr Tam was awarded for his sheer enthusiasm and whole-hearted dedication in enriching the Hong Kong art scene and was awarded the MBE by Queen Elizabeth II in 1993. Conceived as a retrospective, the display features Mr Tam's life-long dedication and contribution to art.

Now
Hong Kong Museum of Art
Sparkle! Collector Club
Sparkle! Collector Club

"Collector Club" is more than a visual arts exhibition. Through visiting the exhibition and participating in discussions, audience can also enrich their knowledge on art ecology and develop their interest on art collecting.

2014.01.23 - 2014.04.21
Oi!
Sounds in the Grass: Selected Works of Insects by Chao Shao-an
Sounds in the Grass: Selected Works of Insects by Chao Shao-an

Showcasing around 40 selected works, this new thematic exhibition illustrates the naturalistic tradition of the Lingnan School using works of Chao Shao-an as a major focus.

2013.11.13 - 2015.02.23
Hong Kong Heritage Museum
XCHANGE
XCHANGE

XCHANGE is a collaboration of Oi! with Eddy Yu and Hung Lam who initiated the I'MPERFECT project, which encourages us to redefine our perception on "perfection" and "imperfection" through different forms of exchange and engagement.

2013.10 - 2014.04
Oi!
A Journey into Chinese Painting: A Selection of Works from the Xubaizhai Collection
A Journey into Chinese Painting: A Selection of Works from the Xubaizhai Collection

It showcases different painting schools of the Ming and Qing dynasties, which offers a new perspective on Chinese art history and a clearer view of the lives of Chinese artists during this period.

2013.08.30 onwards
Hong Kong Museum of Art
Collecting for 50 Years – The People and Their Stories
Collecting for 50 Years – The People and Their Stories

To celebrate and to commemorate this memorable occasion, we offer 50 fond stories in this exhibition. These stories will be a recollection of people and unknown anecdotes associated with the Museum, from which we walked through the past decades and now in pursuit of our next 50 years with Hong Kong.

From 2012.10.12
Hong Kong Museum of Art
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