The 25 works, including 16 oil paintings and 9 ink paintings, were cerated from the 1990s to the early 21st century, a period known as the heyday of Wu Guanzhong's artistic journey. The Museum has selected some of the works for exhibition so that the public can have a taste of these precious gifts.
This exhibition introduces the life and times of Dr K.S. Lo, founder of Vitasoy Group and the donor of the main collection of the Museum of Tea Ware, and his story as a collector. The Museum of Tea Ware collection enables visitors to recall the contributions made by this legendary figure to Hong Kong society and to promoting Chinese culture.
Selected exhibits date from 1930s to 1990s, covering subjects of birds-and-flowers, landscapes, insects, animals, foggers and calligraphy. Other exhibits include sketches and poem manuscripts by the artist, a comprehensive display of artistic style and development. Interactive programmes are set up and precious video slipping of the artist in demonstrations are shown to increase audience interest.
YY9 Gallery is pleased to present "City Memory", a joint exhibition by Vaan Ip and Leo Wong Chun-yam. In the exhibition, two local artists will present their latest series of sculpture installation which captures traces of memories of the changing urban environment in Hong Kong in a truly profound way.
This exhibition features the work of Chines and French photographers invited to reflect photographically on the core values of Hong Kong over a period of 4 months under the mentorship of renowned multi-disciplinary artist Cecilia Ho.
Curated by the Young Friends of the Art Museum of CUHK and Virginie Morin Brucker, this exhibition displays around 30 pieces of original illustrations by the artist, alongside works by young emerging Hong Kong artists to converge on the imminent subject of climate change and global environmental distress.
Our past is not one that is dead, but one that is still thriving. A gateway to the past has been opened by 18 contemporary artists who create the history of us today. They draw inspiration from the historical and cultural artefacts from the permanent galleries of Heritage Museum to create new artworks which embody both traditional and contemporary philosophies.
Featuring 30 important pieces of furniture form the Ming and Qing Dynasties to the early Republican period, these works showcase indigenous styles of Suzhou, Beijing and Canton, and present distinctive and exquisite Chinese furniture art.