2013       “Hong Kong Contemporary Art Awards” exhibition

Special Exhibition Gallery, Contemporary Hong Kong Art Gallery, Lobby (2/F) and Historical Pictures Gallery (3/F) Date: S2013.10.4 – 2014.1.5, Hong Kong Museum of Art, HK

2013       林泉,书画造园:主题展Exhibition at Xihu Exp Museum

Interactive Installation entitled: Microcosmic Play-Appreciation 微觀-玩嘗
Date: 26 Nov 2013 – 31 Nov 2013
Organizer: HangZhou People’s Government中共杭州市委、杭州市人民政府, China Academy of Art, China中国美术学院

2013       2013 Young Artist Project: Video Festival Loop

Alternative Space LOOP, Date: 12 Nov 2013, Seoul, South Korea

2013       Hong Kong Art Basel (Solo Show) 香港巴塞爾藝術展

Booth 3D16, Dao x Microcosmic Play and Appreciation by Hung Keung
Date: 23 – 26 May 2013, Hong Kong Exhibition and Conventional Centre, HK

2013       Transmigration: From Single to Multiple Screens:

A Retrospective Show of Hung Keung (Solo Show)

Schoeni Gallery, Central, 22 May – 27 June 2013, HK

2013       Exhibition: Move on Asia -Video Art in Asia 2002 to 2012

Venue: ZKM, Karlsruhe, Germany 藝術與媒體中心, 媒體藝術館, 卡爾斯魯厄, 德國


Venue: Schoeni Art Gallery, Hong Kong
Date: 26 Nov 2012 – 2 Feb 2013 Gallery celebrated its 20th Anniversary.HK

2013 Exhibition: Move on Asia -Video Art in Asia 2002 to 2012

Venue: ZKM, Karlsruhe, Germany
Curated by Dr. Bernhard Serexhe with Fabian Offert (ZKM) and Jinsuk Suh (Alternative Space LOOP Seoul, Korea)
Opened on 8 Feb. 2013,
Date: 9 Feb. 2013-4 August 2013



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Venue: Schoeni Art Gallery, Hong Kong
Date: 26 Nov 2012 – 2 Feb 2013

Twenty years of Schoeni Art Gallery, twenty years of contemporary Chinese art. Schoeni Art Gallery celebrated its 20th Anniversary.

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2013 Exhibition:

「香港藝術︰開放‧對話」展覽系列 V

「原道——中國當代藝術的新概念 中國當代藝術的新概念 中國當代藝術的新概念」展覽
“Hong Kong Art: Open Dialogue” Exhibition Series V “The Origin of Dao: New Dimensions in Chinese Contemporary Art” Exhibition
Hong Kong Museum of Art 17.5-18.8.2013

Collaborative Printmaking – Hong Kong Heritage Museum


When: 20 Oct – 29 Dec 2013
Where: 1/F, Hong Kong Heritage Museum

A project in partnership with the Hong Kong Heritage Museum, the exhibition “Collaborative Printmaking” is one of the highlights of the Graphic Art Fiesta 2013 organized by the Hong Kong Open Printshop. Aiming to encourage collaboration between professional printmakers and creative artists working in different media and thus to promote cross-disciplinary creation through the combination of printmaking techniques and artistic ideas, the exhibition promises to provide a brand new interpretation of graphic art. Eight local artists – Cheung Chung-chu, Chow Chun-fai, Hung Keung, Jaffa Lam Laam, Steven Lam Woo-cheong, Pauline Lam Yuk-lin, Victor Lai Ming-hoi and Rosanna Li Wai-han – will exhibit their prints together with works from the Centre for Fine Print Research of the University of West of Englandin the UK, and the Tamarind Institute of the University of New Mexico in the US.
Presented by Hong Kong Open Printshop

A partnership project of the Hong Kong Open Printshop and the Hong Kong Heritage Museum of the Leisure and Cultural Services Department


Now and Then: Contemporary Ink vs Antiquities


When: 2-12 Oct 2013
Where: Anita Chan Lai-ling Gallery, Fringe Club
Opening Reception: 2 Oct 2013 Wed 18:00

Contemporary Ink’s inception was amid from the 50’s to the 60’s. During the conventional era, pioneer artists such as Lu ShouKun, Liu KuoSung and Xu Bing, boldly attempt to combine the eastern technique with the method of the west. In today’s art scene, such approach has become an influential style of its own throughout the world.

In view of the growing interests in Contemporary Ink Art in recent years, Lucie Chang Fine Arts and The Fringe Club will present 19 artists from Hong Kong, and the Mainland who are at the forefront of the practices in this exhibition entitled Now and Then: Contemporary Ink vs Antiquities.

Hung Keung, Frog King, Kum Chi Keung, Lee Jung Woong, Joey Leung, Li Hui, Liu Dan, Master of the Water, Pine and Stone Retreat Annysa Ng, Qin Feng, Qiu Zhi Jie, Tsang Chui Mei, Wang Sau Ching, Wong Shu Kit, Xiang Yang,Xu Bing, Xu Lei, Zhang Huan and Zhou Chunya will be participating in this exquisite event. These 19 artists coming from different backgrounds, regions and styles will be showing their latest works which include paintings, multi-media and installation art. The contemporary works on show is set against a backdrop of timeless Song and Ming antique pieces. This setting creates an intricate interplay of the ancient in present conditions and vice versa.

This is also the first attempt for Contemporary Ink paintings to exhibit conjointly with museum-quality antiques in Hong Kong. This show takes place in the Fringe Club which was originally the first ice depot more than a hundred years ago in old Hong Kong. This historical under-layer adds more complexities from the viewer’s perspective.

Part of the proceeds from the sale of artworks in this event will be donated to Children’s Medical Foundation, one of the leading charity organizations who develop and implements sustainable healthcare solutions for children in Asia, with a focus on helping underprivileged children.

Organizers: Lucie Chang Fine Arts, The Fringe Club
Curators: Lucie Chang Yue, Benny Chia
Antiques: Song Ceramics, Ming Qing Ceramics, Buddhist Sculpture, Ming Calligraphy and other Works of Art

Lucie Chang Fine Arts 

Lucie Chang Fine Arts was established in 2011, based in Hong Kong, sincerely provide worldwide collectors and art lovers with different kinds of antiques and art pieces. Lucie Chang Fine Arts also provides services such as professional art consultation, art trading and exhibition planning.


HAJI Gallery特約靳埭強策展《香港物誌》藝展


靳埭強策展,集設計與藝術界共九位殿堂級大師和新貴,在夏至畫廊(HAJI Gallery)聯展,以“生活中有所感悟之物”,創作《香港物誌》藝展。這次展覽的Key visual把藝術家的側面頭像配上香港錢幣,正正表達《香港物誌》。靳埭強親自操刀,統籌及邀請藝術家,陣容空前鼎盛。

靳埭強 Kan Tai Keung
又一山人 Anothermountainman
劉小康 Freeman Lau
陳漢標 Rex Chan
區德誠 Bennu Au
周素卿 Chau So-hing
易達華 Clement Yick
洪強 Hung Keung
朱卓慧 Margaret Chu



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