Interlaced Dimensions - Solo Exhibition of You Jin 由金
PARKVIEW ART Hong Kong is proud to present Chinese artist You Jin’s debut solo exhibition in Hong Kong, Interlaced Dimensions, the exhibition will present 15 new works from the artist.
You is more than an artist creating an experimental painting trend in contemporary China, his works are based on multifaceted experiments with western painting techniques and a deep focus on traditional Chinese culture and art, through which he develops artistic practice illuminating directly, or indirectly, the rapidly changes in Chinese society. You is also an artist who expands the possibilities of contemporary painting by surpassing the boundaries of various domains including digital media, fashion and design. In this exhibition, the artist will present his most recent representative creations, with a special display of digital media works revealing a different aspect of his art.
Telluric Vision - Solo Exhibition of William Tong
PARKVIEW ART Hong Kong is proud to present the first solo exhibition of Hong Kong artist William Tong. As a new artist rising in the Hong Kong panorama, the exhibition will feature over 15 new works that focus on Hong Kong’s landscapes in the most original and unique manner.
Tong’s landscape is fantastical, surreal, romantic and timeless. Tong bases his work on current events or newspaper articles he encounters, and elaborates them into paintings that are imaginary yet recognizable. Each fictional painting brings a renewed perspective about Hong Kong and our environment. Tong states: “My art portrays destinations that I aspire to. They are, in a way, an idealized reality created from my intuition.”
FERNANDO BOTERO: A selection of artworks
PARKVIEW ART Hong Kong is proud to present a selection of Master Botero painting and sculptures.
Fernando Botero is the living artist who has had the most museum exhibitions in the world, the highest public attendances to his exhibitions and the broadest international appeal.
Botero in Hong Kong
‘Botero in Hong Kong’ is the first exhibition of world-renowned Colombian artist Fernando Botero in Hong Kong.
PARKVIEW ART Hong Kong is proud to be the organizer and sponsor of "Botero in Hong Kong" exhibition. Together with co-organizers Central Venue Management Limited and Botero in China, we will present 9 monumental sculptures by the Master Fernando Botero to the public.
Opening: 2 June 2016 from 18.00 to 21.00 - Invitation only
3 June 2016 - 14 August 2016
Visit the official Botero in Hong Kong website
PILGRIMAGE: The Absurd Theater of Hong Kyoung Tack
PARKVIEW ART Hong Kong is proud to present "PILGRIMAGE The Absurd Theater of Hong Kyoung Tack". The Korean artist Hong Kyoung tack is one of the most established and prominent artist in the Asian scene at his debut with a solo exhibition in Hong Kong
Hong Kyoung Tack is well known for his ability to utilize diverse and brilliant colorful emotions, create dynamic images, as well as go over-the-top with his compositions, accumulating and overlapping all kinds of objects. After appearing in the 2007 "Christie's Hong Kong Asian Contemporary Art Sales" with his piece Pens 1, Hong became a hot issue within Asia's art world.
Now, his reputation is growing around the world, as he continues to display in art galleries and art centers in Seoul, New York, Singapore, Beijing, Shanghai, Amsterdam, Istanbul, Moscow, and India, Germany, Argentina, Chile, and more.
FU TSO HSIN: Moon’s flower
PARKVIEW ART Hong Kong is pleased to present Fu Tso Hsin: Moon’s Flower, the debut solo exhibition of the artist Fu Tso Hsin in Hong Kong.
Born in Taiwan in 1971, Fu has been constantly in search for his inner tranquility. After completing his studies in Taiwan, Fu went on to study engraving and printing techniques in L’Ecole des Beaux-arts de Versailles. His time in France enabled him to fuse elements from the graphic tradition into his paintings, which is evident in his use of color and texture.
GUTAI: The Eternal Avant-garde
The Gutai group, officially known as Gutai Bijutsu Kyokai, is the first radical, post-war artistic group in Japan.
With the aim to go beyond abstraction and pursue enthusiastically the possibilities of pure creativity, they emphasized that Gutai art does not alter matter but rather speaks of the delicate interaction between spirit and matter that ultimately enables art to tell a story. The group was founded in 1954 and lasted till 1972
PARKVIEW ART Hong Kong will be showcasing a number of Gutai artists including founder Jiro Yoshihara, members Shozo Shimamoto, Kazuo Shiraga, Sadamasa Motonaga, Atsuko Tanaka, Saburo Murakami, and lesser known members such as Yasuo Sumi, Yozo Ukita, and Norio Imai. The selection of works will attempt to show each individual artist’s essence in their creativity and expression.
John Franzen: Each Line One Breath
PARKVIEW ART Hong Kong is pleased to present German artist John Franzen’s debut show in Asia, Each Line One Breath.
Starting with a single straight line, each subsequent line seeks to imitate its predecessor. The pattern that evolves is unique to each piece just as each breath, and therefore each line, will vary slightly. Depending on the artist’s constitution, each work obtains an individual motion, which distinguishes it from the others. Concentration and the repetitive act of inhaling and exhaling between each line allows the whole to evolve naturally into logarithmic-like patterns and layers.
Franzen’s works explores issues regarding the human spiritual nature and origin. The line being the fundamental component of a drawing and the breath is the life giving force for a human being. Franzen tries to remove all superfluous things and leave behind only the most fundamental existential components of the drawing and the drawer.
During Franzen’s stay in Hong Kong, he will complete a new work in the gallery.
ONLY NOW: Gloria Wong solo exhibition
PARKVIEW ART Hong Kong is pleased to present Hong Kong artist Gloria Wong in her debut solo exhibition Only Now.
Gloria’s body of work represents beauty in its simplest, purest form. For her, the strength and beauty of flowers are best conveyed through black and white images, resulting in minimalist compositions that are reminiscent of Chinese ink paintings.
Through all the stages of its life cycle, Gloria’s keen eye captures the very essence of a flower from growth through decay using only an iPhone in her kitchen, illuminating her subjects simply with natural light – her instincts and aesthetic are simple yet powerful.
As much a creative process as it is meditative, taking photos of flowers is part of Gloria’s morning ritual, one that allows her to find peace in a bustling urban life. Yet it also represents something else to her. She notes: “Flowers are like a woman living through her many beautiful stages of life.” To Gloria, her work is as much an ode to beauty and nature as it is to herself.
Young Summer brings together emerging artists around the world.
Including Chinese artists You Jin, Ma Mingze, Zheng Lu, Guan Yong, Hong Kong artist William Tong, Taiwanese artist Fu Tsohsin, and Spanish artist Alberto Rodriguez Serrano. The exhibition presents a global perspective of contemporary art with different medium, technique, and style.
Keeping in line with the mission to create dialogue between cultures, Young Summer not only gives these emerging artist a voice, but also allows them to communicate with each other through their work.
Alberto Rodriguez Serrano: Spanish Moods
Parkview Art HK is proud to present Spanish Moods, a solo show of Alberto Rodriguez Serrano.
The pictorial expression of Alberto Rodriguez Serrano originates from the European classical tradition, with specific connections with the South-European aesthetic roots.
Despite his very young age, Alberto Rodriguez Serrano already boasts an international exposure and established himself among the highest caliber in his generation. His debut in Hong Kong shall introduce the audience to his magical canvas and foretell his growing importance in Asia.
To celebrate Le French May, PARKVIEW ART Hong Kong will exhibit four significant French Artists of Modern and Contemporary Art after World War II.
Fernandez Arman, the main practitioner of Nouveau Realisme (New Realism) possessed a distinctive style. He had the courage and aesthetic vision to give artistic dignity to everyday objects, pushing the boundaries of art by utilizing debris and organic waste as medium. Alongside Arman, the exhibition also include works by Daniel Spoerri and Jacques Mahè de la Villeglé, who are part of the Nouveau Realisme movement. Bernard Aubertin will also be featured, as he conducted his own artistic research, thanks to the influence of one of the founding members of Nouveau Realisme, Yves Klein.
The four artists are witnesses of the complex and fascinating era of 1960s, which gave rise to their special artistic expressions.
ANNALU': Frozen Moments
Hailing from Italy, emerging contemporary artist Annalù's works can be said as reconceptualizations of the ancient Venetian artistic tradition.
As a "material blender", Annalù creates her works with a variety of materials such as resinglass, ink, iron and more. The results are mandalas built with butterflies, eccentric bonsais, pierced books, and other fantastical works from the imaginative mind of Annalù.
ZAO WOU-KI: Early Works and Beyond
Showcasing over 40 graphic works by the 20th century Chinese master, Zao Wou-Ki, spanning 50 years of his career. From the early figurative etchings to the later colorful abstract compositions, we will witness the evolution of Zao from 1950 to 2000.
GRAND OPENING EXHIBITION
5 October - 2 November 2014
(Monday to Saturday 11.00 - 19.00, Sunday 16.00 to 19.00 or by appointment)
Chinese Contemporary: Mao Lizi, Li Hui, You Jin, Zheng Lu, Guan Yong, Ling Jian, Wu Mingzhong, Gao Xiaowu, Fan Xiaoyan, Hsiao Chin, Yang Tao, Zou Liang, Zao Wou-Ki,
Italian Contemporary: Annalù
Modern European: Matisse, Magritte, Tamara de Lempicka and Italian Masters of 17th Century
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