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Indian Art Exhibition “Divine Interventions” in Hong Kong


Indian art obtains special spiritual powers unlike any other forms of art as they most often incorporate images of the divine within their creative expressions.  Whereas Western art can be completely independent from spiritual matters; Indian art always make use of the spiritual world within their art pieces, giving it distinct divinity. Titled Divine Interventions, a series of Indian artworks will be exhibited here in Hong Kong for a total of 4 days at the HK Visual Arts Centre to explore the ability of encompassing divinity within a piece of artwork.

Sculptures for Double Cove on Display at ifc Mall


Curated by contemporary artist and planning consultant William Lim; a series of Double Cove inspired artworks will be on display at ifc mall from the 24th of April to the 29th of April 2014.
These natural environment themed works under the exhibition title ‘Symphony of Nature’ explores the relationship between human beings and nature through the medium of sculpture; emphasizing on the species found on land, ocean and sky.

Thomas Lamadieu’s Skyart

Welcoming Le French May this year, young French artist Thomas Lamadieu has been invited to Hong Kong and participate in the event by collaborating with The East, exhibiting a series of his works from the collection “Skyart”.

WYNG Masters Award Finalists’ Exhibition in Hong Kong


It’s there, intangible, but vital to our living. It’s important, but constantly contaminated by the city, making our lives vulnerable for survival. The topic for WYNG Masters Award this year is “Air”; and not only is it investigating in its cancer causing ability from pollution, it’s also hoping to raise awareness in such an important topic via the art of photography.

“A Heritage into the Future – Hong Kong Ceramics – Wun Yiu” Contemporary Art Exhibition


The eight latest ceramic practitioners who have just graduated from their Bachelor of Arts (Fine Art) program formed the “Hong Kong Wu Yiu Project”; whom together with the Hong Kong Art School and RMIT University, Australia will be presenting the latest exhibition “A Heritage into the Future – Hong Kong Ceramics – Wun Yiu” this April, 2014.

Kiehl’s World First Art Marathon with 41 Celebrity teams and Artist James Jarvis


Titled “Drawing for a Better World”, an official distance of 42.195 km trail around Fashion Walk Hong Kong has been constructed with sideway display stands for those who took and will be taking part in creating a drawing for the “run”. Working with 41 guest celebrities including names like Wilfred Lau, Elanne Kwong, Stephanie Cheng, Icy Wong, Kitty Yuen, C AllStar, BabyJohn and Dear Jane just to name a few; British’s James Jarvis will be constantly drawing in Kiehl’s pop up store for the campaign.

 

The UPCYCLING Art Space at Youth Square


With the 2.8 metre tall upcycle material created wishing tree lighting up on the 28th of March; it marks the newest exhibition opening at Youth Square by the local artists of Déjà vu Creation and Singaporean talents from The Living! Project.

 

Street Art meets French Fine Dining at Bibo



Opening this April 2014 on Hollywood Road, Bibo is not only an anticipation for foodies; but also a potential new hang out spot for contemporary art fanatics. With the venue holding installations by names like Vhils, Invader, JonOne, Stohead, Kaws, JR, Ella & Pitr, Mist, MadC, Banksy, Jean-Michel Basquiat, Damien Hirst, Daniel Arsham, Jeff Koons, King of Kowloon, Sheperd Fairey, Takashi Murakami, Yayoi Kusama and more; upcoming restaurant Bibo will be giving the Hong Kong public a new experience of eating with art, making this passionate project definitely one to watch out for this season.