EXHIBITION & WORKSHOPS

Sino Group Presents: Hong Kong Ink Art Walk 2019

Hong Kong Waters Korean Mountains: Hong Kong and Korea Exchange Art Exhibition

DATE 

19 SEP - 29 SEP 

OPENING HOURS
10 am - 8pm (MON - SUN, except WED)
12pm - 8pm (WED)

VENUE

Exhibition Gallery 2&3
Hong Kong Central Library
66 Causeway Road, Causeway Bay

INFORMATION

2559 9436

info@earthpulse.org

www.hkculturefestival.com

The Chinese Ink Painting Institute Hong Kong has been a main supporting organisation of the Hong Kong Culture Festival (HKCF) since last year. This year, HKCF invites Wucius Wong as a guest curator, as well as 7 artists from the institute, including Wong Chau Tung, Wong Hau Kwei, Ma Tat Wai, Hung Hoi, Kassia Ko, Chan Keng Tin and Koon Wai Bong, for a sketching trip to Jeju Island of South Korea.

Through artworks by each artist, visitors will be able to see individual interpretations of the Jeju landscapes by the artists. Their other works will also be included. One Korean artist from Jeju, Lee Wal Chong (이왈종), has been invited to take part in the exhibition. He is the owner of one private museum. His colourful child-like style will surely make a strong contrast with the more subdued ink works by our Hong Kong artists.

Guided tours and workshops will be provided during the exhibition period. For registration and program updates, please visit www.hkculturefestival.com

 

This exhibition presented by Sino Group and supported by Asia Art Hong Kong is a programme of the Hong Kong Culture Festival

Organised by:
Intangible Cultural Heritage Earthpulse Society Ltd

Co-organised by:

Chinese Ink Painting Institute Hong Kong 
(中國畫學會香港)

 

Partner:
Leisure and Cultural Services Department

Fully Supported by:
Art Promotion Office

Sponsored by:

Ng Teng Fong Charitable Foundation

Supported by:
Seoul Auction

EXHIBITION & WORKSHOPS

Sino Group Presents: Hong Kong Ink Art Walk 2019
Cacophony of Colours Between the Fragrant Harbour and the Steppe:
Hong Kong and Inner Mongolia Water Colour Exhibition

DATE 

19 SEP - 29 SEP 

OPENING HOURS
10 am - 8pm (MON - SUN, except WED)
12pm - 8pm (WED)

VENUE

Exhibition Gallery 4&5
Hong Kong Central Library
66 Causeway Road, Causeway Bay

INFORMATION

2559 9436

info@earthpulse.org

www.hkculturefestival.com

Led by curator Mr. Zhao Zhijun, 22 artists from Hong Kong Water Colour Research Society and Inner Mongolia have painted scenes of Hong Kong and Inner Mongolia from an artist’s perspective. These water colour pieces mark another milestone of cultural exchange between two geographically and culturally different regions.

Guided tours and workshops will be provided during the exhibition period. For registration and program updates, please visit www.hkculturefestival.com

 

 

About Hong Kong Ink Art Walk 2019

Aiming to demonstrate Hong Kong’s cultural diversity, and to create dialogues between Hong Kong and the far east regions, we bring our artists outside Hong Kong for a cultural exchange, as well as inviting ink artists in Asia to Hong Kong. We hope to educate our future generations on the long and rich history of one of the most celebrated Chinese traditional art forms, as well as to engage local ink artists with communities. Most importantly, we hope to break out the existing mode by comprising different elements, creating interesting art form fusions.

This exhibition presented by Sino Group and supported by Asia Art Hong Kong is a programme of the Hong Kong Culture Festival

Organised by: 
Intangible Cultural Heritage Earthpulse Society Ltd

Co-organised by:
Hong Kong Water Colour Research Society

(香港水彩畫研究會)

Partner:
Leisure and Cultural Services Department

Fully Supported by:
Art Promotion Office

Sponsor:
Ng Teng Fong Charitable Foundation

Special Thanks to Hong Kong Culture and Art Foundation’s sponsorship on the production of the exhibition catalogue.

Subscribe to Asia Week Hong Kong

Get the latest news on Asian Art

By submitting your contact information, you agree to receive promotional information and updates from Asia Week Hong Kong. You can unsubscribe with one click.

Copyright © 2019 Asia Week Hong Kong Limited. All rights reserved.