When the East Aesthetically Meets the West
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「Nostalgia for Water Town 夢回江南」 · 高小雲 GAO Xiaoyun · PMQ 元創方

「Nostalgia for Water Town 夢回江南」 · 高小雲 GAO Xiaoyun · PMQ 元創方

Time: 01/04/2022--23/05/2022 Location: S311, Block A, PMQ-Staunton, 35 Aberdeen Street, Central, Hong Kong "I am rafting alone in the long river of time, and the place where a flat boat floats is my Jiangnan." In the creation of Shanghai artist Gao Xiaoyun, the Jiangnan water town can be regarded as a cultural symbol. The faint rain, misty bridge, flowing water, and the floating boat, all interpret in a moving way the truest Jiangnan Spirit. Beyond a realistic scenery, Gao Xiaoyun portrays water town in a poetic and dreamlike way, giving the viewers infinite imagination space with a glimpse of clear...

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「The Flowing Seasons 四季流轉 」· John Wong 黃約翰 · FWD HOUSE 1881

「The Flowing Seasons 四季流轉 」· John Wong 黃約翰 · FWD HOUSE 1881

Time: 20/01 - 14/05, 2022, 12pm-6pm Location: FWD HOUSE 1881, Main Bldg, 1881 Heritage, 2A Canton Rd, Tsim Sha Tsui, Hong Kong   Click here for John Wong Profile Click here to check artworks The people of Hong Kong have always valued the celebration of Chinese New Year. During this special time AI Gallery presents this New Ink art exhibition from local artist John Wong in 1881 FWD HOUSE, whose artworks aim to inspire joy and festiveness with unique point-line-plane structures and the bright colours. The visual effects of John Wong’s artworks transform the stereotype of the Chinese ink art (Shui-Mo) held by many...

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「CNY in the Imperial City 四九城裡過新春」· 牛志曄 NIU Zhiye & 恆錦 Hang Kam · PMQ 元創方

「CNY in the Imperial City 四九城裡過新春」· 牛志曄 NIU Zhiye & 恆錦 Hang Kam · PMQ 元創方

Time: 01.2 - 31.3.2022 (Thur)Location: S311, Block A, PMQ-Staunton, 35 Aberdeen Street, Central, Hong Kong 愛新覺羅•恆錦簡介 Aisin Gioro Hangkam bio 牛志曄簡介 NIU Zhiye bio  AI Gallery started the new year with the exhibition “Chinese New Year in the Imperial City”. The exhibition showcased the works of two artists from Beijing, depicting the unique cultural landscape of the “Imperial City”. Aixinjueluo Hengjin, who specializes in Chinese contemporary royal court paintings, presents his new works for the Year of Tiger. His works are graceful and famous for the rigorous composition. Another artist, Niu Zhiye’s works express best wishes for the new year by depicting...

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