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All Are Guests – Homecoming

The exhibition reveals complex and dynamic host-guest relationships through different media and features works by artists Leung Mee-ping, Chow Chun-fai, and the CoLAB x SLOW art group. The exhibition was very well-received in its participation in the Liverpool Biennial 2012 in the United Kingdom and Hong Kong Week 2013 in Taipei.

All Are Guests – Homecoming The exhibition reveals complex and dynamic host-guest relationships through different media and features works by artists Leung Mee-ping, Chow Chun-fai, and the CoLAB x SLOW art group. The exhibition was very well-received in its participation in the Liverpool Biennial 2012 in the United Kingdom and Hong Kong Week 2013 in Taipei. All Are Guests – Homecoming
Hong Kong Museum of Art
All Are Guests – Homecoming
The exhibition reveals complex and dynamic host-guest relationships through different media and features works by artists Leung Mee-ping, Chow Chun-fai, and the CoLAB x SLOW art group. The exhibition was very well-received in its participation in the Liverpool Biennial 2012 in the United Kingdom and Hong Kong Week 2013 in Taipei.
2014.10.18 -
Hong Kong Museum of Art
Tempting Touch – the Art of Tong King-sum

Tong King-sum spent his childhood in Lantau Island, where he nurtured his love for nature. The human body, fruit and plants are the favourite themes of his works. His works are signified by a sleek form and texture. His torso sculptures depicted the structure of human body, the texture of bone, flesh and skin in refinement and precision.

Tempting Touch – the Art of Tong King-sum Tong King-sum spent his childhood in Lantau Island, where he nurtured his love for nature. The human body, fruit and plants are the favourite themes of his works. His works are signified by a sleek form and texture. His torso sculptures depicted the structure of human body, the texture of bone, flesh and skin in refinement and precision. Tempting Touch – the Art of Tong King-sum
Hong Kong Museum of Art
Tempting Touch – the Art of Tong King-sum
Tong King-sum spent his childhood in Lantau Island, where he nurtured his love for nature. The human body, fruit and plants are the favourite themes of his works. His works are signified by a sleek form and texture. His torso sculptures depicted the structure of human body, the texture of bone, flesh and skin in refinement and precision.
2014.08.08 - 2014.12.31
Hong Kong Museum of Art
Sparkle! Zoo as Metaphor

Orlean Lai is no stranger to planning cross-media projects and possesses extensive stage production experience. Connecting artists from different backgrounds in a cross-media collaboration, she sets out to consolidate scattered things into diverse scenarios in order to reconnect memories with time.

Sparkle! Zoo as Metaphor Orlean Lai is no stranger to planning cross-media projects and possesses extensive stage production experience. Connecting artists from different backgrounds in a cross-media collaboration, she sets out to consolidate scattered things into diverse scenarios in order to reconnect memories with time. Sparkle! Zoo as Metaphor
Oi!
Sparkle! Zoo as Metaphor
Orlean Lai is no stranger to planning cross-media projects and possesses extensive stage production experience. Connecting artists from different backgrounds in a cross-media collaboration, she sets out to consolidate scattered things into diverse scenarios in order to reconnect memories with time.
2014.07.26 - 2014.10.05
Oi!
Key Programmes
The Four Gentlemen: A Selection of Flower Paintings from the Hong Kong Museum of Art Collection
The Four Gentlemen: A Selection of Flower Paintings from the Hong Kong Museum of Art Collection

This exhibition has selected from the museum's collection over 60 pieces of works by calligraphers and painters from the Ming dynasty to modern period, including Xu Wei of the Ming dynasty, Zheng Xie of the Qing dynasty, as well as modern Chinese painters like Wu Changshuo and Zhang Daqian.

2014.12.05 -
Hong Kong Museum of Art
Construction ‧ Transition @artsquare
Construction ‧ Transition @artsquare

The exhibition displays two striking sets of highly interactive and amusing art pieces. Bamboo Construct 2014, a huge installation work by renowned architect and artist Rocco Yim. With a skilful use of bamboo, this art piece combines the beauty of traditional culture and contemporary architecture, exploring the aesthetic and functional properties of bamboo. Another installation, C.art, is created by local art groups CoLAB and Very Hong Kong. It consists of a set of mobile carts inspired by handcars on the railroads in the old days, capturing the idea of transition.

2014.12 -
Art Square at Salisbury Garden, Hong Kong Museum of Art
From Soya Bean Milk to Pu'er Tea
From Soya Bean Milk to Pu'er Tea

To celebrate the 30th anniversary of the Museum of Tea Ware, we have planned a whole year of celebration activities for 2014. "From Soya Bean Milk to Pu'er Tea" is our grand finale. It showcases the life and times of Dr. K.S. Lo, founder of Vitasoy Group, and his story of collecting. From the collections in the Museum of Tea Ware, citizen can recall the contributions of this Hong Kong legend to the Hong Kong society and in promoting the Chinese culture.

2014.10.15 – 2015.11.15
Flagstaff House Museum of Tea Ware
Sparkle! Can We Live (Together)
Sparkle! Can We Live (Together)

Through looking at the cases of several self-initiators/artists, guest curator Lee Chun-fung sets out to examine the collaborative relationship between artists in order to outline the ecology of social campaigns and self-initiated local art organisations and thus to explore the importance of self-initiation in Hong Kong's art community and cultural life.

2014.08.01 -2014.10.19
Oi!
Students' Work of
Students' Work of "Summer Art Cadets 2014 – An Animated Virtual Tour around Hong Kong"

In the two-week intensive art experience that included workshops and tours, 16 students from different secondary schools in Hong Kong visited the latest exhibitions at the Hong Kong Museum of Art and the Hong Kong Heritage Museum, and learned how to create animations using professional software under the supervision of Mr Kinson Cheung, Professor of Animation of SCAD Hong Kong. Students were not only able to explore their potential and creativity but also experienced the joy of art making and produced unique animation masterpieces.

Hong Kong Museum of Art
Art@Government Buildings
Art@Government Buildings

"Art@Government Buildings" is a public art project that brings works of art into government buildings to stimulate delight in the appreciation and enjoyment of the arts. It aims to encourage the public to participate in and promote public art creation, offer visitors to the buildings a new experience and broaden the artistic horizons of the public at large.

2014.03.11 - 2015.03.31
General Post Office, Queen Elizabeth Stadium, Hung Hom Community Hall and Sha Tin Town Hall
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 - 2014.08
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 - 2014.10.19
Hong Kong Museum of Art
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