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"Projects.Objects.Play" - Tommy Li P.O.P. Design Show

"Projects" refers to his previous representative cultural and commercial projects; "Objects" includes his personal selection of 97 objects that have been most influential in his design career, and "Play" reflects his perspectives on life, culture and society, as well as design aesthetics. [...]

"Projects.Objects.Play" - Tommy Li P.O.P. Design Show "Projects" refers to his previous representative cultural and commercial projects; "Objects" includes his personal selection of 97 objects that have been most influential in his design career, and "Play" reflects his perspectives on life, culture and society, as well as design aesthetics. [...]
Hong Kong Heritage Museum
"Projects" refers to his previous representative cultural and commercial projects; "Objects" includes his personal selection of 97 objects that have been most influential in his design career, and "Play" reflects his perspectives on life, culture and society, as well as design aesthetics. [...]
2018.06.09 - 2018.09.24
Hong Kong Heritage Museum
Behind the Art: Chinese Export Tea Ware

Staging more than 60 exhibits from the collections of the Flagstaff House Museum of Tea Ware and the Art Museum of The Chinese University of Hong Kong, the exhibition presents the special style and decorative motifs of the Chinese export tea ware and reveals its influence on tea ware decoration in Southeast Asia and Europe.

Behind the Art: Chinese Export Tea Ware Staging more than 60 exhibits from the collections of the Flagstaff House Museum of Tea Ware and the Art Museum of The Chinese University of Hong Kong, the exhibition presents the special style and decorative motifs of the Chinese export tea ware and reveals its influence on tea ware decoration in Southeast Asia and Europe. Behind the Art: Chinese Export Tea Ware
Flagstaff House Museum of Tea Ware
Behind the Art: Chinese Export Tea Ware
Staging more than 60 exhibits from the collections of the Flagstaff House Museum of Tea Ware and the Art Museum of The Chinese University of Hong Kong, the exhibition presents the special style and decorative motifs of the Chinese export tea ware and reveals its influence on tea ware decoration in Southeast Asia and Europe.
2018.04.18 - 2018.10.31
Flagstaff House Museum of Tea Ware
#ArtTravellers Exhibition Series III: Tracing along the Green Blades

The exhibition features two local artists, Carol Lee Mei-kuen and Trevor Yeung, who present their own unique travelogues based on what they have collected. Working in different media, Lee and Yeung both take inspiration from a wide variety of exotic plants gathered during their travels and re-express them in personalised artistic forms. [...]

#ArtTravellers Exhibition Series III: Tracing along the Green Blades The exhibition features two local artists, Carol Lee Mei-kuen and Trevor Yeung, who present their own unique travelogues based on what they have collected. Working in different media, Lee and Yeung both take inspiration from a wide variety of exotic plants gathered during their travels and re-express them in personalised artistic forms. [...] #ArtTravellers Exhibition Series III: Tracing along the Green Blades
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Sparkle! A Good Waste of Time#ArtTravellers Exhibition Series III: Tracing along the Green Blades
The exhibition features two local artists, Carol Lee Mei-kuen and Trevor Yeung, who present their own unique travelogues based on what they have collected. Working in different media, Lee and Yeung both take inspiration from a wide variety of exotic plants gathered during their travels and re-express them in personalised artistic forms. [...]
2018.09.07 - 2019.03.23
1/F Lobby, Trade and Industry Tower
Key Programmes
Our Memories – 55th Anniversary of the Hong Kong Museum of Art Online Exhibition
Our Memories – 55th Anniversary of the Hong Kong Museum of Art Online Exhibition

The Hong Kong Museum of Art has served the public for 55 years since its opening at the City Hall High Block in 1962. It was later relocated to Tsim Sha Tsui and is now undergoing temporary closure owing to a major renovation project. Over the years, the Museum has been actively promoting art in Hong Kong. As curators worked devotedly in their roles, countless unforgettable [...]

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Sparkle! Counting the Days
Sparkle! Counting the Days

The exhibition demonstrates the everyday life of various communities, including moments of their stay in Hong Kong, their departure and return to their hometowns, so that the audience can get a glimpse of the details and feelings of their day-to-day living, thus identify a path to communicate with each other.

2018.06.22 -2018.09.16
Oi!
Porcelain and Painting
Porcelain and Painting

A new thematic exhibition entitled "Porcelain and Painting" features works jointly painted by Chao Shao-an and Yang Shanshen showing their close friendship and shared interests in their artistic careers. Some of these works are executed on porcelain at the Yuet Tung China Works, a local factory for painted enamel wares, showing how the artists explored a new medium.

2018.02.09 - 2018.11.19
Hong Kong Heritage Museum
From Clay to Teapot: Tea Ware by Hong Kong Potters 1986-2016
From Clay to Teapot: Tea Ware by Hong Kong Potters 1986-2016

The exhibition showcases the ceramic works acquiried from the "Tea Ware by Hong Kong Potters" exhibitions. We hope to take this opportunity to review the achievement of Hong Kong ceramic art in the past three decades and share its fruit of success with all participants and ceramic art lovers.

2017.12.20 –
Hong Kong International Airport, Departure Level 6, Gate 36, Terminal 1
T. T. Tsui Gallery of Chinese Art
T. T. Tsui Gallery of Chinese Art

This gallery features fine and decorative works of Chinese art from the donations of The Tsui Art Foundation. A special exhibition of ‘A glimpse of Tsui's Collection' is also showcased. The new display includes an album of painting by Huang Yongyu, the pottery figurines depicted in the album, two sets of Month Cups in porcelain, jade carvings, inlaid items and textile panels from the Foundation.

2016.05.21 onwards
Hong Kong Heritage Museum
In Touch with Hong Kong Artists – A School-based Art Learning Pilot Programme (Phase 2)
In Touch with Hong Kong Artists – A School-based Art Learning Pilot Programme (Phase 2)

This is organised by the Hong Kong Museum of Art, in collaboration with the Hong Kong Society for Education in Art. The programme introduces local students to Hong Kong artists and the contemporary art collection of the Hong Kong Museum of Art through an array of interactive education activities, including artist interview and demonstration videos, workshops and artist sharing, aiming to familiarise young people with the local art scene.

Hong Kong Art Research Portal (Enriched Version)
Hong Kong Art Research Portal (Enriched Version)

After the pilot phase, we immediately began the second phase ― the ‘enriched version'. We have invited other art organisations to take part in this portal project, and asked them to share their materials. The first batch of materials that have been uploaded to the Portal comprises records of exhibitions from the Hong Kong Heritage Museum. These include its exhibitions on contemporary Hong Kong art, ink art, graphics design, fashion design and jewellery design. About 150 newly digitised files are now available on the Portal.

Jockey Club
Jockey Club "Museum of Art on Wheels" Outreach Learning Programme

The Jockey Club "Museum of Art on Wheels" Outreach Learning Programme is a moving art museum that tours different schools and the community. "Hong Kong Sign • Hong Kong Signature" will be the theme for our new mobile unit. We will bring to you a "word maze" city to discover interesting signs and words that permeate every corner of our city, displaying our city's energy and spirit, as well as its cultural link to Chinese calligraphy. With a number of interactive games on this mobile museum, you will discover the uniqueness of Hong Kong's hybrid culture in an exciting interactive experience!

A Glimpse of Tsui's Collection (Phase 1)
A Glimpse of Tsui's Collection (Phase 1)

The exhibition will display an album painted by Huang Yongyu and the funerary potteries from Han and Tang Dynasties depicted in the album. They reflect the burial customs of the period, as well as the prevailing social customs and livelihoods. With the album as a prelude, we will observe the interaction between paintings and artifacts, and sincere friendship between collector and artist.

2015.11.25 -
Hong Kong Heritage Museum
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