Alan Chan’s first solo exhibition : “WHO IS ALAN CHAN?…a journey of art since 1960s”
Sun 27 Jan 2019 - Wed 27 Feb 2019 11.00 - 19.00 Import to my calendar


Whitestone Gallery Hong Kong is pleased to announce Alan Chan’s first solo exhibition with the gallery WHO IS ALAN CHAN?…a journey of art since 1960s. A Hong Kong creative with a diversified practice in advertising, design and branding, the exhibition features a chronological selection of Chan's personal work, some new works and some dating back to the 1960s shown to the public for the first time, including graphic art, photography, installations and digital art, depicting the essence of his journey of art and design with powerful authorial presence to this day.

A showcase of his early graphic art as a student reflecting prevalent western influences; A Brand New Game (2006) mocks the intricate relationships between megabrand ‘rivals’ in the marketplace which intrinsically share similar visions towards consumer culture; the iEye-ai (‘ai’, the Mandarin pronunciation of ‘love’) iPhone photography series (2012) captures instantaneous moments during his travels in representation of our contemporaneous lifestyle.


WHO IS ALAN CHAN?…a journey of art since 1960s
Date: 27 January 2019 – 27 February 2019
Venue: Whitestone Gallery Hong Kong
Opening reception: 7:30 – 9:30 pm, 26 January 2019
The artist will be present at the opening reception

Website: https://www.whitestone-gallery.com/

About Alan Chan
Chan’s works of art and design have been exhibited in solo and group exhibitions in major institutions and art fairs worldwide including Shanghai Art Museum (Shanghai), China Art Museum (Beijing), Hong Kong Museum of Art (Hong Kong); Art Basel (Basel Switzerland, Hong Kong).  
He has also participated in various art shows where his works were collected by museums such as The Victoria and Albert Museum (London), Museum für Gestaltung Zurich (Zurich), San Francisco Museum of Modern Art (San Francisco), The National Art Museum of China (Beijing), Shanghai Art Museum (Shanghai), M+ (Hong Kong), Hong Kong Museum of Art (Hong Kong) and private collectors in Hong Kong, mainland China, Japan, Europe and the USA.