Art Exhibits We Think You Should Check Out This January

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SCAD Fashion Showcase

Be sure and check out Savannah College of Art and Design’s (SCAD) Fashion Showcase featuring works by current students. This prestigious event showcases some of the finest up-and-coming talent. It’s a fantastic opportunity to see the future of fashion.

When: Thursday, 11 January
Where: SCAD Hong Kong, 292 Tai Po Road, Sham Shui Po, Kowloon, Hong Kong
How much: Free!
RSVP: Contact [email protected]

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This crafted winter village features a mix of Hong Kong and Scandinavian miniatures including a Hong Kong Dog rescue house, model railway and European buildings with the beautiful exhibit aiming to raise funds to rehome abandoned dogs across the city. Visitors to the exhibit are encouraged to purchase a dog or human miniature figure to populate Dog Town. Donors can even name their purchased character to become part of the story of the winter village, which will be narrated daily on @15squarestreet social media.

When: From now until Wednesday, 31 January; 11am to 7pm daily
Where: G/F, 15 Square Street, Sheung Wan, Hong Kong
How much: Free! (purchase of dogs or figurines to raise money $50)

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The Art of Shen Ping

This exhibit features 112 paintings by local artist Shen Ping who beautifully captures the vivid scenery of both Hong Kong and Xinjiang in stunning watercolour. Shen Ping’s unique perspective on these two cities draws on his service in the Xinjiang army and his nostalgia towards his time there. His fascination for the diversity of Hong Kong’s culture, with the juxtaposition of old and new, city and landscape is also captured in his unique style.

When: From now until Saturday, 3 March; Tuesday to Saturday: 10am to 6 pm; Closed:  Sundays, Mondays and public holidays
Where: Sun Museum 4/F, SML Tower, 165 Hoi Bun Road, Kwun Tong, Kowloon, Hong Kong
How much: Free!

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Huang Yongping & Shen Yuan | Joint Exhibition “Hong Kong Foot”

Presenting new work by these two artists; made specifically for Hong Kong. Whilst Yong Ping’s work hhas distinctly political undertones; Shen has a distinctly female perspective that draws on her experiences of everyday life, and her work is full of fine emotion and keen observation.

When: From now until  Saturday, 27 January; Tuesday to Saturday: 11am to 7pm
Where: Tang Contemporary Art; 10/F, H Queen’s, 80 Queens Road Central, Central, Hong Kong
How much: Free!

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Liminality: Solo Exhibition of Fu Bin

The exhibition Liminality presents the Beijing-based artist, FU Bin’s most recent body of works, Once Upon series. Fuelled by imagination, FU Bin has hand-carved wooden pieces to challenge the traditional definitions of print work. The pieces focus on Hong Kong scenery and depict tranquil images.

When: From now until Friday, 9 February; Monday to Sunday, 10am to 7pm
Where: Lucie Chang Fine Arts; 26 Tai Ping Shan Street, Sheung Wan, Hong Kong
How much: Free!

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Living in Compassion: The Art of Chu Hing Wah

With more than 60 masterpieces from the early 1960s to 2017, these works – largely in ink and wash – feature Chu’s distinctive palette. The exhibition showcases the transition of his mood from darker days to the present warmth found in the community of neighbourhood life. His paintings reflect his observations of the lives around him, with moments of radiance and illumination.

When: From now until Saturday, 20 January; Monday to Friday, 10am to 6:30pm; Saturday, 10am to 6pm
Where: Hanart TZ Gallery 401 Pedder Building, 12 Pedder Street, Central, Hong Kong
How much: Free!

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Choruses is a group exhibition bringing together the work of Genevieve Chua (b. 1984, Singapore), Martha Atienza (b. 1981, Philippines), Maria Taniguchi (b. 1981, Philippines) and João Vasco Paiva (b. 1979, Portugal). The show moves between sculpture, video, painting and mixed media works, pointing to a melodic sense of cyclicality, both literally and more widely as an expression of how things develop and evolve.

When: From now until Thursday, 25 January; Monday to Saturday, 10am to 7pm
Where: Edouard Malingue Gallery, Hong Kong 6/F, 33 Des Voeux Road Central, Central, Hong Kong
How much: Free!

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Yang Qi: A Profound Life

This is Yang’s first solo exhibition in Hong Kong and it showcases a range of works from paper to canvas to ceramics. With a strong Chinese and German cultural background, Yang has developed a unique artistic concept of “Zen with German Expressionism” and applied it to his works.

When: From now until Saturday, 20 January; Monday to Saturday, 10am to 6pm
Where: Alisan Fine Arts, 21/F Lyndhurst Tower, 1 Lyndhurst Terrace, Central, Hong Kong
How much: Free!

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“To Live is to Love” by David Stein

A widely travelled Swiss artist based in Hong Kong, David Stein is deeply spiritual and quirky. Colour, light and emotion drive his abstract paintings and in these works he conveys his idea of “from the real world to the dream world”. He is a good practitioner of “plein air” painter who plays with natural light and shade. Color and tough brushstrokes express the intense emotions which inspire him.

When: From now until Wednesday, 14 February; Tuesday to Saturday, 1pm to 8pm
Where: Art Supermarket 1/F Asiarich Court, 5 Staunton Street, Soho, Hong Kong
How much: Free!

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