2014

2014
« 因地制宜──兩岸四地藝術交流計劃2014 »

主策展人: 馮博一
四地策展人包括吳秀華(香港)、吳方洲(澳門)、徐婉禎(臺灣)及苟嫻煦(大陸)

巡展日期及場館
澳門:澳門藝術博物館(二零一四年三月二十六日──四月二十七日)
臺灣:屏東市公所屏東美術館(二零一四年五月十六日──七月六日)
深圳:何香凝美術館(二零一四年七月二十六日──十月二十六日)
香港:香港大學美術博物館(二零一四年十一月十四日──二零一五年二月一日)

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*The project is supported by the Arts Development Fund of the Home Affairs Bureau, the Government of the Hong Kong Special Administrative Region

香港版畫工作室策劃的 “Our World: Now and Then” 展覽,獲邀於Southern Graphics Council Conference International期間展出,展覽於今年3月26-29日假美國三藩市Gruenwald Press舉行。除黃新波先生其中4幅木刻作品外,另有16位香港當代版畫家的作品一同展出。

展覽地點:
Gruenwald Press

策展人:
翁秀梅

參展藝術家:

黃新波 / 陳智侯 / 陳素儀 / 張中柱 / 馮凱靖 / 馮浩然 / 何苑瑜 / 洪 強 / 林 嵐 / 林沛鈺 / 林煥樟 / 劉頴樺 / 梁寶玲 / 李慧嫻 / 曾建華 / 蔡偉聰 / 丘藝藍

*計劃由「香港特別行政區政府民政事務局藝術發展基金資助」

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2014

Lui Shou Kwan & HUNG Keung: 吾。心即宇宙

d3eart, Hong Kong
Suite 1118, 11/F, Shui On Centre, 6-8 Harbour Road, Wan Chai, Hong Kong.

http://d3eart.com/en/project-event/lui-shou-kwan-hung-keung-%E5%90%BE%E3%80%82%E5%BF%83%E5%8D%B3%E5%AE%87%E5%AE%99

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復辟 vs 挪用經典: 台港藝術交流展
Remaster vs Appropriating the Classics: VT Artsalon & am space Exchange Exhibition

展 期:2014/06/19 – 2014/07/19
藝術家座談:2014/06/19 (四) 17:00 – 18:00
開幕酒會:2014/06/19 (四) 18:00 – 22:00
展覽地點:am space (香港中環鴨巴甸街24-26號興揚大廈1樓C室)

參展藝術家: (香港)鄧國騫 , 管偉邦 , 洪強, 劉學成, 禤善勤 ,韋一空

「復辟」與「挪用經典」為非常廟藝文空間與香港am space共同舉行的雙邊交流展,VT秉持延續去年與亞洲各城市的交流經驗,今年度非常廟再次與國外藝文空間合作,並以兩的空間推派策展人討論主題與溝通的概念,兩地雙邊就藝術創作者與當代社會的關係,及其選用媒材、形式等面向,進行多次對話與交流,本次展覽已於4月12日在VT非常廟藝文空間盛大舉行,繼5月15日香港am space 舉辦首輪台灣藝術家作品後,將於6月19日展出香港藝術家作品。
「挪用經典」為香港am space所呈現的展覽,旨在爬梳與探討香港當地的藝術脈絡以及當代水墨的可能性,對於舊有且具代表的藝術形式,提出新的呈現方式與內容表現。「復辟」則是非常廟提出與之對話主題,隨著時間演進,當代藝術家試著透過舊有的形式、風格、歷史事件等,來找尋對於當代適切的解釋與感知。此次與非常廟藝文空間的交流展,透過藝術家選用的媒介、畫面的挪用、戲謔與呈現,帶給觀者對於傳統藝術形式的當代詮釋法,也從各個作品中看見古今觀念的磨合異同,科技技術轉變帶來之變化,甚至是現今社會政治上、人文思想上更迭雜夾的豐富樣貌。而比對兩地藝術家作品的風格與內容,也可以發現在相似的概念陳述下有著微妙的相異處。

 

Exhibition:2014/06/19 – 2014/07/19
Artist Talk:2014/06/19 (Thu) 17:00 – 18:00
Opening:2014/06/19 (Thu) 18:00
Location:am space (1C, Kingearn Building, 24-26 Aberdeen Street, Central District, Hong Kong)

Exhibition Artist: (Hong Kong) TANG Kwok Hin, KOON Wai Bong, HUNG Keung, LAU Hok Shing,
Chris HUEN Sin Kan, Frank VIGNERON

Remaster and Appropriating the Classics is the exchange exhibition joint host by VT Artsalon and am space from Hong Kong. Building on the experience in the past where VT have collaborated with various art spaces from different Asian cities, this year, VT Artsalon will collaborate with am space from Hong Kong. By nominating one curator each, the two spaces discuss on the possible topics and the concepts of the exhibition.

Discussions and exchanges of notions have been done on the issue of the relationship between artists, their society, media and forms. This exhibition has already opened on the 12th April in VT Artsalon Taipei, and will be touring to am space in Hong Kong on the 15th May(Taiwan artists) and 19th June(Hong Kong artists).

“Appropriating the Classics,” proposed by am space, is trying to organize the context of art history in Hong Kong and discuss the possibility of contemporary ink wash painting; from the previous representational forms of art to deriving a new method of presentation.

“Remaster” is the title proposed by VT Artsalon to engage in the conversation. As time progress, contemporary artists use the styles, forms, and incidents from the past to search for an appropriate description and sense of the present.

This time in the exchange exhibition between VT Artsalon and am space, viewers will be able to see a contemporary interpretation of the classical arts, the differences and similarities between the past and present, changes brought by the advance of technology, the dynamic and diversity in current politics and cultures. Looking at the artists from the two cities we can also see the statement holds for this exchange as well.

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