2015/16

Exhibition Summary 2015-16

2016

Curator
Title: 水墨跨界: 王無邪繪畫歷程回顧展 “Wucius Wong, A Pioneer of Contemporary Ink Painting:INK INNOVATIONS AND CROSSOVERS: Retrospective Exhibition of Paintings by Wucius Wong”
Programme: Hong Kong Cultural Festival, The Hong Kong Polytechnic University
Venue: Innovation Gallery, Jockey Club Innovation Tower, The Hong Kong Polytechnic University (5 March – 24 April 2016)

Introduction:
With four thematic sections (Brush and Ink Expressions; Developing from Tradition; Structuring with Geometry; Seeking Diversities), this retrospective exhibition showcases over 30 works by Hong Kong’s pioneer of contemporary ink painting, Wucius Wong, spanning the years 1965 to 2015.是次展覽分成四大部分(筆墨顯情、傳承立新、幾何建序、尋異求變),共展出香港新水墨先驅 王無邪從一九六五年至二〇一五年的三十多幅傑作。

2016

  • INK REMIX: Contemporary art from China, Taiwan and Hong Kong exhibition, (31 October 2015 – 7 February 2016) Bendigo Art Gallery, Bendigo, Australia
  • ITÄ-AASIAN VIDEOIKKUNA / East Asian Video Frames – Shades of Urbanization (12th February – 28th August 2016) Pori Art Museum, Finland

2015

  • INK REMIX: Contemporary art from China, Taiwan and Hong Kong exhibition, Canberra Museum and Gallery (CMAG), Australia
  • 8+1 Hong Kong Artists’ and Designers’ poster works on The Book of Chnanges: Qian (進念.二十面體 – 感謝參與「易經海報展:乾」)
  • The festival Generate in Tübingen (16-18 /10/ 2016) Germany
  • China 8’ International Show 2015, Skulpturenmuseum, Marl, Germany
  • Hong Kong New Media, Hung Keung @ Ink As a Contemporary Art Practice, Taiwan
  • Solo@ BCSL by HUNG Keung, ANU School of Art, Canberra, Australia
  • A LEGACY OF INK: LUI SHOU-KWAN 40 YEARS ON @ Hong Kong Arts Centre, HK
  • A LEGACY OF INK: A NEW GENERATION OF ARTISTS @ Alisan Fine Arts, HK

Exhibition Details 2015

2015
China 8′ Show 2015

Skulpturenmuseum Glaskasten Marl
Creiler Platz, Rathaus
45768 Marl, Germany
http://www.skulpturenmuseum-glaskasten-marl.de

Curator:Georg Elben
Special thanks: Nicole Schoeni

With works by:
Chen Xiaoyun, Fang Lu, Hung Keung, Kan Xuan, Li Ming, Shen Chaofang, Song Dong, Wang Gongxin, Yang Fudong, Yang Yongliang, Yang Zhenzhong, Yi Lian, Zhang Ding, Zhang Peili

2015
INK REMIX: Contemporary art from China, Taiwan and Hong Kong Exhibition

Canberra Museum and Gallery
Date: 4 07 2015 – 18 10 2015

Curator
Dr Sophie McIntyre
Guest Curator, Canberra Museum and Gallery (CMAG)
& Visiting Research Fellow, Australian National University (ANU)
Canberra, ACT, Australia

2015
“墨色作為一種當代藝術的練習”
香港新媒體/水墨藝術家 洪強、鄧啟耀

am space 呈獻

Formosa Art Show 福爾摩沙國際藝術博覽會2015
展位 1009
預展日期 2015/5/14
開放日期 2015/5/15-5/17

水墨的創作與收藏是香港藝術的主流派。觀察香港藝術的當代藝術運動,「水墨」也無疑是最重要的藝術媒介。古今對於傳統水墨的收藏,無論質與量香港收藏家在亞洲的地位絕對首屈一指;進入當代藝術的討論,藝術家運用水墨作為當代藝術的一種運動,無論結合媒材、顛覆媒材,甚至探討其作為普通媒材的一種練習,水墨無疑是一直被重視,且在藝術市場廣泛被認同的一種藝術象徵。香港新銳畫廊am space,將於台北福爾摩沙國際藝術博覽會(Formosa Art Show) ,延續年度策展計劃主題「水墨」,特別策劃「墨色作為一種當代藝術的練習」展覽,介紹香港重量級藝術家—洪強(作品《凈化 :真實但非真相》)和鄧啟耀(作品《在公園散步》)的最新創作。
洪強
為2010年香港藝術發展獎「年度最佳藝術家」(媒體藝術)及2009年香港當代藝術雙年獎(成就獎)得主。洪強藝術作品題材及手法多變而廣泛,創作涉及繪畫、動畫、短片及互動媒材等。2005年,洪氏成立「燕老米的雅實驗室」(imhk lab),從事新媒體藝術研究及有關互動軟件藝術研發與應用工作。近年作品多集中討論以哲學、山、水、墨、時、空的概念切入錄像及互動藝術所呈現之可能性。洪氏生於中國,成長於香港,父母為印尼華僑畫家和文學家,讓他自小接觸水墨,而期後修讀哲學亦直接影響他的創作脈絡;2015年個展《凈化 :真實但非真相》回歸個人修為、從家庭看自我存在,再推展至個人與社會的關係。在創作過程和呈現中,洪氏在《凈化》系列中以水墨為媒體、重新解讀家庭照、靈性與理性在社會環境的轉變,令自我消失或穩沒。
無論穩沒或彰顯自我,兩位藝術家從自身推展至香港的社會狀況,洪強的〈星光燦爛/維城 〉與鄧啟耀的〈雲9.28〉各自以藝術形式表達去年雨傘運動所受的啟發。
https://www.facebook.com/events/1428992140739191/

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A LEGACY OF INK: LUI SHOU-KWAN 40 YEARS ON — A NEW GENERATION OF ARTISTS @ Alisan Fine Arts

14 Sep – 30 Sep | 2015

Kassia KoHanison, Lau Hok ShingCC Ling Pui SzeHo Kwun TingCheuk Ka Wai, CherieHung Keunganothermountainman (Stanley Wong) Catalogue

Opening reception
19 September 2015 4pm | Alisan Fine Arts
Introduction
To coincide with our exhibition at the Hong Kong Arts Centre, Alisan Fine Arts will showcase works by the new generation of artists at our gallery from the 14-30th of September.

We have selected eight artists from CUHK, where Lui Shou-kwan taught, the Hong Kong Arts Centre, and several new emerging artists. Included are, Cheuk Ka-wai, Cherie, Ho Kwun-ting, Hung Keung, Kassia Ko, Lau Hok-shing, CC Ling Pui-sze, Wang Xu, anothermountainman(Stanley Wong).

Participating in South Island Art Day
Saturday 19 September
Extended Gallery Hours 12-8pm
with talk at 4pm by
Cherie Cheuk Ka-wai | Ho Kwun-ting | Hung Keung | Kassia Ko | CC Ling Pui-sze | anothermountainman(Stanley Wong)
preceded and followed by meet and greet the artists

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A LEGACY OF INK: LUI SHOU-KWAN 40 YEARS ON @

Hong Kong Arts Centre

23 Sep – 30 Sep | 2015

Kan Tai KeungCheung Shu-sunChui Tze HungEddie Cheung Shu-sangLeung Kui Ting Poon Chun WahLui Shou KwanWucius WongKoo MeiIrene ChouLee Ching ManPat HuiCC Ling Pui SzeKassia KoHanison, Lau Hok ShingHo Kwun TingCheuk Ka Wai, CherieHung Keunganothermountainman (Stanley Wong) Catalogue

Opening reception
23 September 2015, 5:30-7:30pm | Hong Kong Arts Centre

Introduction
Alisan Fine Arts proudly presents “A Legacy of Ink: Lui Shou-kwan 40 Years On” an exhibition of Lui Shou-kwan (1919-1975) to commemorate the 40th year since his untimely death. Intrinsically linked to the milieu of post-war Hong Kong art and culture, scholars have credited Lui Shou-kwan with the establishment of New Ink Painting Movement, “a movement that has had far-reaching influence on modern and contemporary ink art.” The late art historian Michael Sullivan wrote that “what makes Lui Shou-kwan so important can, I believe, be summed up in three factors… he developed a style quite independent of the dominant Lingnan School painters; his sheer creative energy and power to inspire others; and the fact that, more perhaps than any other artist of his time, he created an artistic identity for Hong Kong, and so contributed enormously to the birth of a rich cultural life that Hong Kong enjoys today.”
Curated by Daphne King, director of Alisan Fine Arts, this exhibition presents works from the Lui Shou-kwan’s family’s private collection, offering examples from throughout his artistic career,from his Hong Kong semi-abstract landscapes, to scenes of boats and culminating in his renowned abstract Zen paintings.
In particular it is our hope to examine the discursive and wide ranging influences Lui Shou-kwan’s legacy left behind. We will feature works by 12 of Lui’s hundreds of students, specifically the “group of students who became the cornerstone of the Hong Kong arts scene” and who were inspired by Lui Shou-kwan. Included are Wucius Wong, Leung Kui Ting, Pat Hui, Kan Tai Keung, Chui Tze Hung, Poon Chun Wah, Irene Chou, Lee Ching Man, Eddie Cheung Shu Sang, Cheung Shu Sun, Koo Mei, and Laurence Tam. Another focus is how these artists “in turn passed on their knowledge and accomplishments to the next generation of students” from this new generation we have selected eight artists from CUHK, where Lui taught, the Hong Kong Art School, and several new emerging artists. Included are, CC Ling Pui Sze, Cheuk Ka Wai, Cherie, Kassia Ko, Hanison, Lau Hok Shing, Stanley Wong (Another Mountain Man), Wang Xu, Hung Keung, and Ho Kwun Ting.
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