Frozen gracefully like a translucent spiral of the wind made tangible by magic; works by Larry Bell experiments with not only the concept of materiality, but also the ideas of light, surfaces and environments.
Showcasing a collection of works by the artist ever since the establishment of her Carrousel Studio in 2010; Little Square will be hosting Lon Lee’s first ever solo exhibition from the 2nd to the 3rd of August, 2014.
Combining works by an artist from Seoul, an artist from Singapore and an artist from Hong Kong; Pearl Lam Galleries is presenting the David Ho Yeung Chan curated group exhibition entitled After Time, where the featured works all explore into the idea of space, time and tension.
Summer is all about going out and having fun; but in such a rushed city, people seem to have forgotten about the importance of taking a break. To remind the public to take it easy this summer; Hysan Place and Lee Theatre welcomes the world’s happiest brand GO SMILEY ® in town with their mega size installation that will definitely send an uplifting vibe to the community.
Curated by Vivian Poon and Tsang Chui-mei; the sic sic exhibition at Mur Nomade has been extended to the 9th August, 2014 with not only additional artworks on display, but also a poetry reading session by Claire Lee on 12th July, 2014.
Scattered all over the lobby of Ocean Terminal were “15” different sculptures by different local celebrities and artists in celebration for Yahoo!’s 15th anniversary. Joined by names including Dada Chan and Chau Pak Ho; Yahoo! Hong Kong representatives announced their newest For Here We Dare program with other participating units just last week, on the 27th of June, 2014.
Plating up a series of beautiful Hong Kong landscape inspired dishes; Chef of Assaggio has prepared a feature menu in accompany to the Francesco Lietti solo exhibition happening at Assaggio Trattoria Italiana for this Summer, from the 23rd of June to the 31st of July.
Returning with a magnificent collection of works by international designers whom have incorporated local Chinese craft ideas through their travel to China; this 2014, Pearl Lam Design is presenting a whole wide range of arts that intricately blends dialogue between China and the West.
After the two years of collaborating with late master Zao Wou-Ki who expressed his French roots through his Chinese paintings; Pont des Arts is ready to start off a new project with world- renowned contemporary painter Yue Minjun, with a painting exhibition that happened earlier in 2013 at Fondation Cartier, Paris.
In hands with 1881 Heritage, Consulate General of France in Hong Kong and Macau and Avenue des Arts Gallery; 2 giant dog sculptures measuring at 2.9 meters to 3.8 meters tall are now being exhibited at the mall’s grand piazza for public visit until the 31st of August.