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Amelia Johnson Contemporary presents Disjecta Membra\, South African artist Barbara Wildenboer’s first solo exhibition in Asia. The lat in phrase\, disjecta membra\, is often used to refer to surviving fragments of ancient poetry\, manuscripts and other literary or cultural objects. In this her new body of work Wildenboere intertwines contemporary and ancient texts to create two dimensional works that often take on a three dimension al form. By her deconstruction and reconstruction of texts the artist conve ys the notion that narratives are not linear but rhizomatic. The assumed au thority of the author is undermined in favor of a myriad of abstract interp retations\; emphasis is placed on the weaving of disparate and seemingly di sjointed parts to create fresh stories. Ultimately in this work we are conf ronted with the infinite possibilities of meaning.

DTEND:20130518 DTSTAMP:20141021T054740 DTSTART:20130411 GEO:22.283794;114.152069 LOCATION:Amelia Johnson Contemporary\,g/f 6-10 Shin Hing Street (off Hollyw ood Road)\nCentral\, Hong Kong\, SEQUENCE:0 SUMMARY:Disjecta Membra\, Barbara Wildenboer UID:270086 END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTEND:20130411T210000 DTSTAMP:20141021T054740 DTSTART:20130411T180000 GEO:22.283794;114.152069 LOCATION:Amelia Johnson Contemporary\,g/f 6-10 Shin Hing Street (off Hollyw ood Road)\nCentral\, Hong Kong\, SEQUENCE:0 SUMMARY:Disjecta Membra\, Barbara Wildenboer UID:270087 END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DESCRIPTION:

Edouard Malingue Gallery is pleased to present ‘I STHK|HKIST’\, the first exhibition in Hong Kong of celebrated Turkish conte mporary artist\, Nuri Kuzucan (b. 1971\, Turkey). A highly anticipated exhi bition\, the solo show marks the first time Turkish contemporary art is pro vided a particular focus in Hong Kong\, and brings together two of the worl d’s most thriving artistic scenes: Istanbul and Hong Kong. The exhibition t hus reflects Edouard Malingue Gallery’s dedication to exhibiting selected d istinguished talent from around the world.

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‘ISTHK|HKIST’ will feature a series of ten works that individually\, as well as aggregat ely\, explore the complex geometries of dense urban landscapes. Although de void of human presence\, Nuri Kuzucan shows in his paintings how metropolis es\, from Istanbul to Hong Kong\, have become signifiers and quantifiers of modern living. Nuri Kuzucan thus explores society’s increased focus on spa ce and provides reflection\, as well as seeming criticism\, on our manifest ed urbanity and celebrated contemporaneity.

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Nuri Kuzucan depicts\, from multiple perspectives\, our complex surroundings: whether f rom an aerial or panoramic viewpoint\, each of his paintings manifest layer s and folds of interior and exterior spaces. Depicted from a distance\, eac h painting portrays the intricate overlap and fragmented dimensionalities o f our cosmopolitan edifices. Such distance\, however\, is not to be confuse d with detachment: on the contrary\, Nuri Kuzucan’s omniscience permits him to delve deeply into the composition of our modern quotidian and flesh out the intimacy amidst the anonymity of the concrete jungle.

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Nuri Kuzucan’s works exhibited in ‘ISTHK|HKIST’ simultaneously carry wit h them an emotional charge: executed in dark\, light or colourful tonalitie s\, Nuri Kuzucan sets with each stroke a dramatic or conversely tranquil au ra over each contemporary landscape. Moreover\, Nuri Kuzucan’s technique of using acrylic on canvas and paper tape adds a textural sense of fragility and concurrent permanence to each painting. Thus\, although Nuri Kuzucan ch ooses not to blatantly depict the human form\, each of his paintings carrie s a whisper of humanity and illustrates how “to live is to leave traces”. ( Walter Benjamin\, Reflections: Essays\, Aphorisms\, Autobiographical Wri ting. Trans. Edmund Jephcott. New York: Schocken Books\, 1986. Print. p 155).

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Nuri Kuzucan (b. 1971) gained a Major in Painting as well as a Science Masters from the Mimar Sinan University of Fine Arts in Istanbul. Nuri Kuzucan’s paintings have been the focus of multiple solo exhibitions in Turkey and group exhibitions around the world\, from Basel t o Berlin and Dubai. Nuri Kuzucan’s work has additionally been exhibited in public collections such as the Pera Museum in Istanbul. In the event of his first solo show in Hong Kong\, an extensive publication has been created w ith images of his work as well texts by leading international commentators in the field of Contemporary Art. Key contributors include: Levent Calikogl u (Chief Curator\, Museum of Modern Art Istanbul)\, Arianne Koek (CERN Resi dency Programme)\, HG Masters (Editor-at-large\, Art Asia Pacific) and Bige Orer (Director\, Istanbul Biennale).

DTEND:20130518 DTSTAMP:20141021T054740 DTSTART:20130405 GEO:22.280118;114.157647 LOCATION:Edouard Malingue Gallery\,First floor\, 8 Queen's Road Central \nH ong Kong\, SEQUENCE:0 SUMMARY:ISTHK | HKIST\, Nuri Kuzucan UID:264350 END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DESCRIPTION:

CHAI Gallery &\; Art+ Shanghai Gallery proudly announce T he Glory and the Dream a solo exhibition of Bei Ling Yue\, highlighting Chi na’s changing landscape and illustrating how economic through reform and a new influx of personal wealth and rapid industrialization have influenced u rban life.

Shanghai-based artist introduces new works from her S hanghai Series featuring a colorful display of artworks exploring anthropol ogical changes in modern China. Through her photographs\, Yue brings us int o the city where individuals are living in a world of attainable  dreams.
Yue’s does not search purposely for the city's dark corners and n eglected populations but instead she captures the details of the neighbourh oods. Later she composes a new-hybrid canvas made from the thousands of det ailed images she has amassed on her wanderings. 

Her photographs consistently expose a human dimension\, an angle of vision\, or a profound insight\, which are usually unseen or ignored. In this\, Yue performs one of art’s important tasks: rendering visible what is otherwise invisible. Yu e’s art-making praxis has a transformative dimension as well: it expands ou r range of vision and shows us things that are important to see.

The way in which Yue views the subjects in her images displays a kind of k nowledge and yet simultaneously conceals the actual reality\, an oscillatin g between depiction\, melancholy and humour\, documentary journalism\, and a speaking between the lines—all of it formulated with an alert eye.
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Our own sensory\, overwhelmed by so much intensity and depth\ , skewers the surface of each print. The light concentrated in the urban Ch ina landscape proposes and encourages a variety of interpretations.

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Chambers Fine Art is pleased to ann ounce the opening on April 20\, 2013 of Zhang Dun and Song Hongquan: Uni ts. This exhibition takes the form of a dialog between drawing and scul pture\, Zhang Dun’s delicate pencil drawings contrasting with the sensuous white marble sculptures of Song Hongquan. The two artists come from widely different backgrounds\, Zhang Dun having grown up in the industrial environ ment of Shenyang and Song Hongquan in a village in Hebei\, and this is clea rly visible in their work. Zhang’s desolate urban landscapes\, pencil drawi ngs of remarkable refinement\, contrast with the biomorphic forms of Song’s sculptures which seem at first glance to be a continuation of a tradition pioneered nearly a century ago by Jean Arp and Henry Moore.

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Zhang D un’s “units” (danwei) refer to the abandoned or neglected buildings that ha ve been the primary theme of her oeuvre since her first exhibition at Chamb ers Fine Art A Difference of Opinion in 2011. Her large pencil drawi ngs\, occasionally heightened with touches of color\, are noteworthy for th e way in which she transforms industrial buildings of the type that can be found throughout China into haunting evocations of a world that no longer e xists. From the 1990s onwards it was the destruction of the traditional arc hitecture of Beijing that inspired many artists to document its demise. Now \, in the hands of Zhang Dun\, it is the massive industrial architecture of the 1950s and 1960s that occasions these elegiac reflections on this utili tarian architecture that is currently undergoing the same fate as the huton gs.

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In a new series of drawings of peaches\, however\, executed in colored pencil\, Zhang reveals sensitivity to the forms of the natural worl d that had hitherto not appeared in her oeuvre. Traditionally regarded as a symbol of longevity and health in China\, the peach assumes monumental for m in Zhang Dun’s drawings and is the sole focus of attention. The luscious peaches are simultaneously strangely disembodied and frankly erotic.

\n< p>Song Hongquan’s “units” refer to the seeds\, a plant’s unit of reproducti on that he uses as inspiration for his sculpture. While Zhang Dun creates h er visionary fruit from networks of faint pencil lines Song Hongquan discov ers his unitary forms inside blocks of marble by removing everything that i s not what he is looking for. The son of a noted carver\, Song used the too ls of a carver as the theme of his first major body of work\, After the Stone Age (2011)\, now in the White Rabbit Collection\, Sydney. Working on the land while he was still a child\, Song also grew to understand the mysterious process by which a mature plant grows from a tiny seed. Although faithful to the particularities of the seeds he uses as his inspiration\, the enlarged\, streamlined forms that result once the sanding and polishing process is completed hover disturbingly between the botanical and the huma n.

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北京前波画廊荣幸地宣布将于2013年4月20日起举办张盾和宋红 权的双个展《单位》。此次展览以素描和雕塑之间的对话形式展现,张盾细腻的铅笔画 与宋红权抽象且性感的汉白玉雕塑形成了对比。张盾在工业城市沈阳长大,而宋红 权则出自河北的农村,他们的作品悄然体现出这两位艺术家截然不同的生活背景。 张所描绘的城市景观荒芜凄凉,其素描技能至臻完美。而宋的雕塑则展现了生物形态, 似乎延续了近百年前让•阿尔普和亨利•摩尔的创作传统。于是,两位艺术家 的作品形成了鲜明对比。

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张盾此次展出的“单位”是指那些废弃的厂房 或是被遗忘了的建筑,那也是她于2011年在纽约前波画廊举行首次展览《求同异存》时的主题。这些铅笔画 尺寸相对较大,偶尔用隐约的色彩来画龙点睛。被空置了 的工业建筑在北方随处可见,然而这些作品的独特之处便在于艺术家将观者引领到一个早已不存在、却又令 人难以忘怀的时代。自上世纪90年代起,北京开始大规模拆 除传统建筑,激起了许多艺术家的灵感,并通过艺术创作记录了这一变迁。而张盾手中的铅笔却哀婉地 描绘了建于上世纪五、六十年代的大型工业厂房,它们现在也和胡 同一样有着相似的遭遇。

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与此同时,张盾在一组新的彩色铅笔素描作品中,展示了她以往艺术创作中不曾出现的对自然界的精湛描绘。桃子在中国传统 文化中是长寿和健康的象征,在张盾的素描里每个桃子独立成为了主题。被放大了几倍后,它们似乎遗失了本体,不再像桃子,而是非常坦然地流露出一丝妩媚。

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宋红权作为一个石雕匠之子,将石雕工具作为主题,创作出其第一组重要作品,即现被悉尼白兔美术馆收藏的2011年作品《后石器时代》。而本次展览的 “单位” 作品指的是种子,或者说是一个植物繁殖系统的单位。他通过去除汉白玉中他不想要的部分而寻找到了这些单位造型。虽然这些雕塑呈现了有机形态的造型,却 不能 让人直接联想到任何真实世界里的东西。这样的三维表现方式和当今典型的组装式雕塑和装置形成对比,令人眼前一亮。自小在田里务农,他十分清楚从一颗小小的 种子变成一棵成熟的植物所需经历的神秘过程。尽管他的创作严格遵循了每颗种子的特征,经过打磨后,这些被放大了的光滑流畅的造型却使人恍惚徘徊于植物和人 体 的幻觉之间。

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DTEND:20130519 DTSTAMP:20141021T054740 DTSTART:20130420 GEO:39.921034;116.443188 LOCATION:CHAMBERS FINE ART BEIJING\,Red No.1-D\, Cao Changdi Chaoyang Distr ict \nBeijing\, SEQUENCE:0 SUMMARY:Units \, Zhang Dun\, Song Hongquan UID:272067 END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DESCRIPTION:
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由中华全国 台湾同胞联谊会、台湾文化会馆基金会、上海市海峡两岸交流促进会、上海文化联谊会、中华艺术宫(上海美术馆)共同主办,上海市 台联、《台声》杂志社协办的“美 丽台湾——台湾近现代名家经典作品展(1911—2011)”(上海展)于4月26日至5月19日在中华艺术宫举办。该展 览由北京移师而来,是首次大规模、全 方位地向大陆公众展示台湾近现代的美术精品,也是两岸美术界交流的一件盛事。
 

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既吸收了台湾少数民族的文化,又传承了中华民族 的传统艺术,还吸收了世界各地各国的艺术精华,形成了鲜明的“台湾特色”,丰富了中华文化内涵。台湾 美术的独特之处在于其多元和独特,各种艺术观在这里都能找 到生存和发展的空间,这是台湾美术吸引人的地方,也是其多元化格局产生的原因。
 

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本次画展追溯了近百年来台湾美术发展的历史过 程,展示了台湾与大陆美术的历史渊源,是首次对台湾近现代美术史的一次全面系统性的总结,填补了中国美术史中台湾近现代部分的空白,对推动中国美术文化发展具有 十分重要的意义。
 

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随着两岸文化交流的持续热络,近年来台湾画家以个人或小型组织性交流为大陆公众所熟悉,但尚欠缺集中体现台 湾近百年来大型、完整性的绘画展览。本次 画展可以说是台湾美术的精集大成,汇聚了近百年来台湾138位最重要、最具影响力的代表性艺术家创作的166幅作品( 除去中国美术馆馆藏的两位画家的4幅 作品未能到上海),是台湾美术精品首次在大陆的集体亮相。展览共分为三个部分,第一部分为水墨画、胶彩画,第二部分为版画 ,第三部分为油画、水彩画等其它 绘画艺术形式。展出的作品风格迥异,体现出鲜明的台湾特色,既有承袭传统,也有融合中西;参展名家众多,既有前辈名家,也有渡 海大家,更有青年才俊;在题 材上,有描绘台湾风貌的,有反映风俗百态的,更有呈现心境、梦境的。这些作品反映出近百年来台湾美术创作的深厚底蕴和勃勃生机。< br />  

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如此规模盛大的展事,犹如一本流动、立体的台湾地区艺术史,流连于展厅之间,我们能够感受到自己仿佛徜徉于近百年的台湾艺坛, 那些精彩的艺术家和优秀的艺术作品串联起来的艺术史,带给我们的不仅仅是视觉上的愉悦抑或冲击,更多的是心里的感动和震撼。

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The AAC Most Influential Participants of Chinese Art Award is founded by artron.net and has been successfully held for 6 years. This six year-ol d event has grown to demonstrate its influence in many aspects. An exhibiti on of the award winning artists is probably the ideal way to give the achie vements of the past six years a focused presentation.
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If we put the names of all the award-winning artists together\, we will be looking a t a list of almost all the leading figures of China's contemporary art. The impact they have on art is the best evidence of the academic insightful ju dgement and the wide range the Award covers. It proves as well the positive value that the Award tried to present\, and its significance in documentin g the developing path of China's contemporary art.
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As this exhi bition is the first of a series of events of this year\, it is titled "Thos e Leading Contemporary Art Practices" and subheaded " A Juried Invitational Exhibition of AAC (the Award of Art China)". The main idea is to give shap e to a master picture of the past 6 editions of the Award and focus on a de monstration of the achievements of it. Contemporary art among all current a rt genres in China is emphasized in the event to expound the dominating pos ition of it in China’s art development. The exhibition's selective invitati on of just part of the awardwinning artists is another demonstration of the significance of the platform of the Award in the promotion of outstanding art in China.
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DTEND:20130519 DTSTAMP:20141021T054740 DTSTART:20130504 GEO:39.890204;116.4828227 LOCATION:Today Art Museum (TAM)\,32 Baiziwan Road Pingod Community\, Chaoya ng District\nBeijing\, 100022 SEQUENCE:0 SUMMARY: Those Leading Contemporary Art Practices A Juried Invitational Exh ibition of AAC (the Award of Art China) UID:273310 END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTEND:20130504T170000 DTSTAMP:20141021T054740 DTSTART:20130504T100000 GEO:39.890204;116.4828227 LOCATION:Today Art Museum (TAM)\,32 Baiziwan Road Pingod Community\, Chaoya ng District\nBeijing\, 100022 SEQUENCE:0 SUMMARY: Those Leading Contemporary Art Practices A Juried Invitational Exh ibition of AAC (the Award of Art China) UID:273311 END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DESCRIPTION:
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 "The Inner Light" is Swedish artist Dor ina Mocan's (b. 1954\, Romania) fourth solo exhibition by Connoisseur Art G allery and her third in Hong Kong. Across these exhibitions\, the themes ce ntre on the inner self in each of us\; the child that is full of dreams and hopes. Her beautiful paintings carry a dreamlike quality and strong Europe an motifs inspired by both her country of birth and adopted country\; celeb rate the beauty of childlike innocence and nature through real and imaginar y subjects\; and combine reality with the mystery and ambiguity found in fo lktales and myths.

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For her new exhibition\, which took more than tw o years of preparation\, Dorina Mocan has carried over common elements from her past collections and brought them to another level of artistry. Her ne w collection offers a mesmerising mix of something familiar yet surprising\ ; childlike yet grown-up. Throughout her creative process\, she is reminded of an "inner light" that is directed straight to the viewer\, that critics often referred to when describing the experience of viewing her works. It is her desire to include this dimension of light as a carrier of humanity i n our evolving world.

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DTEND:20130520 DTSTAMP:20141021T054740 DTSTART:20130510 GEO:22.281996;114.154444 LOCATION:Connoisseur Art Gallery\, Hong Kong\,G3\, Chinachem Hollywood Cent re 1 Hollywood Road \nHong Kong\, SEQUENCE:0 SUMMARY:The Inner Light \, Dorina MOCAN UID:272796 END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTEND:20130509T203000 DTSTAMP:20141021T054740 DTSTART:20130509T183000 GEO:22.281996;114.154444 LOCATION:Connoisseur Art Gallery\, Hong Kong\,G3\, Chinachem Hollywood Cent re 1 Hollywood Road \nHong Kong\, SEQUENCE:0 SUMMARY:The Inner Light \, Dorina MOCAN UID:272797 END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DESCRIPTION:

A Gallery is delighted to present a series of works by Arany a Khunchawattichai\, an emerging Thai artist.

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Aranya Khunchawattich ai’s works highlight the temperament of a dark state\, creating an atmosphe re which releases energy.  In the "Dark Angels" series\, her characters are captured in animal skins\, torn between innocence and desire\, with their expression drawing intense involvement with the audiences.

DTEND:20130521 DTSTAMP:20141021T054740 DTSTART:20130417 GEO:22.283829;114.152513 LOCATION:A Gallery Hong Kong\,2-4 Mee Lun Street \nHong Kong\, SEQUENCE:0 SUMMARY:DARK ANGELS\, Aranya Khunchawattichai UID:270942 END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTEND:20130417T210000 DTSTAMP:20141021T054740 DTSTART:20130417T180000 GEO:22.283829;114.152513 LOCATION:A Gallery Hong Kong\,2-4 Mee Lun Street \nHong Kong\, SEQUENCE:0 SUMMARY:DARK ANGELS\, Aranya Khunchawattichai UID:270943 END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DESCRIPTION:

About AES+F
AES+F F (Tatiana Arzamasov a\, Lev Evzovich\, Evgeny Svyatsky and Vladimir Fridkes) has been exploring the possibilities of combining modern technology\, Hollywood cinema\, fash ion photography\, advertising\, mass media\, popular culture and youth obse ssion with the classical aesthetic of old masters’ paintings since the form ing of the group in 1987\, visualising and presenting a world for the viewe rs that is rather familiar yet mysterious and alienated. Their digital coll age of real life photographs and animated landscape/objects blurs and defie s the line between reality and fantasy\, history and time\, constructing a futuristic mythological metaphor for the present through their glamorous\,  seductive yet alarming\, artificially hyper-realistic imageries.
AES was first formed in 1987\, and in 1995 it became AES+F\; the artists curren tly live and work in Moscow. The State Russian Museum in St. Petersburg hel d the first ever mid-career retrospective for the group from May to July 20 07. In recent years\, they have also been exhibited extensively worldwide\, including The Cobra Museum of Modern Art in the Netherlands\, Moscow Museu m of Modern Art\, Casino Luxembourg - Forum d'art contemporain\, the 4th Gw angju Biennale in South Korea\, Museum of Contemporary Art in Sydney\, Muse um of Modern Art in Stockholm and they already  participated in the 53rd an d 52nd Venice Biennale where they co-represented Russia at the national pav ilion. 

About Dale Frank
Born 1959 in A ustralia\, Dale Frank's career spans more than twenty years. In 1984 he was  included in the Aperto section of the Venice Biennale. Returning to Austra lia\, in 1990 he was included in the 8th Biennale of Sydney. A major solo r etrospective of his work was held at the Museum of Contemporary Art\, Sydne y in 2000. His paintings are held in every major public collection in Austr alia and in numerous private and corporate collections in Australia\, Europ e and the U.S. In 2005 Frank won The Arthur Guy Memorial Painting Prize at the Bendigo Art Gallery\, Victoria. A major new monograph on Frank’s work S o Far:
The Art of Dale Frank 2005-1980 was published in 2007.

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About Yoshitaka Amano
mano was born in 1952 in Shizuoka City\, Japan. Always fascinated by drawing\, he joined the ear ly Japanese anime movement in 1967\, working on character design for a numb er of Japanese TV programs\, including Gatchaman (G-Force)\, Hutch the Hone y Bee and The Time Boken. Later on Amano designed the world famous video ga me Final Fantasy.  Being one of the fathers of the “anime” esthetic\, Amano inspired a whole generation of Japanese contemporary artists  including Ta kachi Murakami and Mr. who ofter refer to his work in their productions. Si nce 2002\, Amano is active producing amazing  contemporary paintings. He ha s exhibited his art in prestigious museum and galleries worldwide\, includi ng MOCA Shanghai\, the Orlean Museum of Art in France\, Tokyo’s Uenonomori Museum\, The Angel Orensanz Foundation in New York\, MOCA Taipei\, Germany’ s Kunstverein Heilbronn\, the Barbican Centre in London\, The Singapore Art Museum and the Louisiana Museum in Denmark.

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About C hen Ping
Born Shantou China 1962 &\; now lives &\; wor ks Beijing &\; Australia. His Oil works are complex &\; inclusive art language - It neither purely abstract nor purely expressive whilst being b oth conceptual and realistic.  Currently Chen Ping works mix Western Config urative and Pictorial structures with the spirit of Eastern space &\; ma rk making. His subjects are derived from Chinese ancient philosophy and myt hology &\; the beauty of the Tasmania Landscape where Chen Ping mostly l ives. 
Through the depiction of human structures integrating into vas t landscapes (and  sometimes animals) Chen Ping tries to visualize the mode rn tension between mankind &\; his environment &\; to explore then An cient Chinese Philosophic Concept “Man &\; Universe Are One”. Chen Ping works are collected in Guangdong Museum of Art\, White Rabbit Contemporary Chinese Art Collection Sydney\, Guangzhou Museum of Art\, Davis Museum Spai n\, Popov Private Collection Russia Held solo exhibitions in NYC\, Los Ange les\, Sydney\, Melbourne\, Hong Kong &\; group exhibition in Shanghai &a mp\; Beijing\, &\; within international Art Fairs in Basel\, NYC\, Chica go\, Hong Kong.

DTEND:20130525 DTSTAMP:20141021T054740 DTSTART:20130425 GEO:22.250336;114.169186 LOCATION:Art Statements Gallery\,65 Wong Chuk Hang Road \nHong Kong\, SEQUENCE:0 SUMMARY:Group Exhibition\, AES+F\, Dale Frank\, Yoshitaka Amano\, chen ping UID:272386 END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTEND:20130425T210000 DTSTAMP:20141021T054740 DTSTART:20130425T180000 GEO:22.250336;114.169186 LOCATION:Art Statements Gallery\,65 Wong Chuk Hang Road \nHong Kong\, SEQUENCE:0 SUMMARY:Group Exhibition\, AES+F\, Yoshitaka Amano\, Dale Frank\, chen ping UID:272387 END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DESCRIPTION:

Public Days

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Thursday\, May 23\, 12pm to 7pm
Friday\, May 24\, 12pm to 7pm
Saturday\, May 25\, 12pm to 7pm
S unday\, May 26\, 12pm to 5pm

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Ticket Prices

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One Day Ticket : HK$250
Concession One Day Ticket: HK$150
Four Day Ticket: H K$750
Concession Four Day Ticket: HK$450

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Exhibi ting Galleries

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  • 100 Tonson Gallery
  • \n
  • 10 Chancery Lan e Gallery
  • \n
  • 1301PE
  • \n
  • 2P Contemporary Art Gallery
  • \n
  • 303 Gallery
  • \n
  • 313 Art Project
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A

\n
    \n
  • A Thousand Plateaus Art Space
  • \n
  • Acquavella Galleries
  • \n
  • Aike-Dellarco
  • \n
  • Alisan Fine Arts
  • \n
  • Amer inger|McEnery|Yohe
  • \n
  • Andersen's Contemporary
  • \n
  • Andréhn-Schi ptjenko
  • \n
  • Arario Gallery
  • \n
  • Arataniurano
  • \n
  • Ark Galer ie
  • \n
  • Arndt
  • \n
  • Art:1 by Mondecor Gallery
  • \n
  • Artcourt G allery
  • \n
  • Artinformal
  • \n
  • Atlas Gallery
  • \n
  • Aye Gallery< /li>\n
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\n
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B

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    \n
  • Balice Hertlin g
  • \n
  • Beck &\; Eggeling
  • \n
  • Beijing Art Now Gallery
  • \nBeijing Commune\n
  • Bernier/Eliades
  • \n
  • Blindspot Gallery
  • \n
  • Peter Blum Gallery\, Blumarts Inc.
  • \n
  • Blum &\; Poe
  • \n< li>Boers-Li Gallery\n
  • Marianne Boesky Gallery
  • \n
  • BolteLang\n
  • The Breeder
  • \n
  • Ben Brown Fine Arts
  • \n
  • Buchmann Galer ie
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\n
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\n
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C

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    \n
  • CAIS Gallery
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  • Gal eri Canna
  • \n
  • carlier gebauer
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  • Casa Triângulo
  • \n
  • Leo Castelli Gallery
  • \n
  • Cda-Projects
  • \n
  • Galeria Pedro Cera
  • \n
  • Chambers Fine Art
  • \n
  • Chan Hampe Galleries
  • \n
  • Chemould Pre scott Road
  • \n
  • Xin Dong Cheng Gallery
  • \n
  • Yumiko Chiba Associat es
  • \n
  • Chi-Wen Gallery
  • \n
  • James Cohan Gallery
  • \n
  • Sadie Coles HQ
  • \n
  • Contemporary Fine Arts
  • \n
  • Galleria Continua
  • \ n
  • Lisa Cooley
  • \n
  • Pilar Corrias
  • \n
  • Alan Cristea Gallery
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  • Galerie Chantal Crousel
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\n
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D

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    \nMassimo De Carlo\n
  • Hadrien de Montferrand Gallery
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  • de Sa rthe Gallery
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  • Cecilia de Torres\, Ltd.
  • \n
  • Delhi Art Gallery
  • \n
  • Dirimart
  • \n
  • The Drawing Room
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  • Galerie du Monde\n
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E

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    \n
  • Edwin's Gallery
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  • Gale rie Eigen + Art
  • \n
  • Gallery EM
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  • Eslite Gallery
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  • Exh ibit320
  • \n
  • Gallery Exit
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\n
\n
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F

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    \nFeast Projects\n
  • Fine Arts Literature Art Center
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  • Stephe n Friedman Gallery
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\n
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G

\n
    \n
  • Ga gosian Gallery
  • \n
  • Gajah Gallery
  • \n
  • Galerist
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  • Gandhar a-Art
  • \n
  • Gladstone Gallery
  • \n
  • Galerie Gmurzynska
  • \n
  • Go odman Gallery
  • \n
  • Marian Goodman Gallery
  • \n
  • Richard Gray Galle ry
  • \n
  • Galerie Karsten Greve AG
  • \n
  • Grimm
  • \n
  • Grotto Fine Art Limited
  • \n
  • Kavi Gupta
  • \n
\n
\n
\n
\n
\nH\n
    \n
  • Hakgojae Gallery
  • \n
  • Hanart TZ Gallery
  • \n
  • Harris Lieberman
  • \n
  • Hauser &\; Wirth
  • \n
  • Rhona Hoffman Gall ery
  • \n
  • Pippy Houldsworth Gallery
  • \n
\n
\n
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\n\n

I

\n
    \n
  • Ibid
  • \n
  • ifa gallery
  • \n
  • Gallery Ihn< /li>\n
  • Ingleby Gallery
  • \n
  • Taka Ishii Gallery
  • \n
\n
\ n
\n
\n\n

J

\n
    \n
  • Bernard Jacobson Gallery
  • \n
  • Jensen Galler y
  • \n
  • Johnen Galerie
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  • Galerie Juliètte Jongma
  • \n
  • Anne ly Juda Fine Art
  • \n
\n
\n
\n
\n
\n

K

\n
    \n
  • Kaikai Kiki Gallery
  • \n
  • Kalfayan Galleries
  • \n
  • Karma International
  • \n< li>Paul Kasmin Gallery\n
  • Sean Kelly Gallery
  • \n
  • Tina Keng Gal lery
  • \n
  • Kerlin Gallery
  • \n
  • Tomio Koyama Gallery
  • \n
  • Gall ery Koyanagi
  • \n
  • Galerie Krinzinger
  • \n
  • Kukje Gallery
  • \n\n
    \n
    \n

    L

    \n
      \n
    • Pearl Lam Galleries
    • \n
    • Yvon La mbert
    • \n
    • Langgeng Gallery
    • \n
    • Simon Lee Gallery
    • \n
    • Gale rie Gebr. Lehmann
    • \n
    • Lehmann Maupin
    • \n
    • Galerie Lelong
    • \n< li>Dominique Lévy Gallery\n
    • Lin &\; Lin Gallery
    • \n
    • Lisson Gallery
    • \n
    • Lombard Freid Gallery
    • \n
    • Long March Space
    • \n< /ul>\n
    \n
    \n
    \n
    \n

    M

    \n
      \n
    • Galleria d'Arte Maggiore G. A.M.
    • \n
    • Magician Space
    • \n
    • Edouard Malingue Gallery
    • \n
    • Manila Contemporary
    • \n
    • Jorge Mara - La Ruche
    • \n
    • Marlborough F ine Art
    • \n
    • Galerie Hans Mayer
    • \n
    • Mayoral Galeria d'Art
    • \n
    • McCaffrey Fine Art
    • \n
    • Galerie Urs Meile\, Beijing-Lucerne
    • \n
    • Mendes Wood
    • \n
    • Galerie Mezzanin
    • \n
    • Francesca Minini
    • \ n
    • Galerie Mirchandani + Steinruecke
    • \n
    • Victoria Miro
    • \n
    • Mi zuma Art Gallery
    • \n
    • Stuart Shave / Modern Art
    • \n
    • Monitor
    • \n
    • mother’s tankstation
    • \n
    • Mujin-to Production
    • \n
    • Galerie Mark Müller
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    \n
    \n
    \n
    \n
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    N

    \n
      \n
    • N adi Gallery
    • \n
    • Nanzuka
    • \n
    • Nature Morte
    • \n
    • Galeria Lean dro Navarro
    • \n
    • Neon Parc
    • \n
    • neugerriemschneider
    • \n
    • Ann a Ning Fine Art
    • \n
    \n
    \n
    \n
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    \n

    O

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      \n< li>Galerie Nathalie Obadia\n
    • Galería OMR
    • \n
    • One and J. Galle ry
    • \n
    • Galleria Lorcan O'Neill Roma
    • \n
    • Galerie Ora-Ora
    • \n< li>Osage Gallery\n
    • Ota Fine Arts
    • \n
    • Roslyn Oxley9 Gallery\n
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    \n
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    P

    \n
      \n
    • Pace
    • \n
    • Pace Prints
    • \n
    • Paradise Row
    • \n
    • Paragon
    • \n
    • Park Ryu Sook Gallery
    • \ n
    • Pékin Fine Arts
    • \n
    • Peres Projects
    • \n
    • Galerie Perrotin\n
    • Pi Artworks
    • \n
    • PKM Gallery
    • \n
    • Galeria Plan B
    • \nPlatform China\n
    • Polígrafa Obra Gráfica\, S.L.
    • \n
    • Galería Joan Prats
    • \n
    • Galerie Eva Presenhuber
    • \n
    • Project 88
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    R

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      \n
    • RaebervonStenglin
    • \n
    • Almine Re ch Gallery
    • \n
    • Ryan Renshaw Gallery
    • \n
    • Galeria Nara Roesler\n
    • Rokeby
    • \n
    • Galerie Thaddaeus Ropac
    • \n
    • Rossi &\; Ros si
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    • Lia Rumma
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    S

    \n
      \n
    • Galle ria S.A.L.E.S.
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    • Sakshi Gallery
    • \n
    • SCAI The Bathhouse
    • \n
    • Schoeni Art Gallery
    • \n
    • Semarang Gallery
    • \n
    • Seven Art
    • \n
    • Shanghai Gallery of Art
    • \n
    • ShanghART
    • \n
    • Misa Shin Galle ry
    • \n
    • ShugoArts
    • \n
    • Gallery Side 2
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    • Sies + Höke
    • \ n
    • Sikkema Jenkins &\; Co.
    • \n
    • Silverlens
    • \n
    • Sin Sin Fine Art
    • \n
    • Gallery Skape
    • \n
    • GallerySKE
    • \n
    • Soka Art
    • \n
    • Sprüth Magers Berlin London
    • \n
    • Standing Pine
    • \n
    • Star Gall ery
    • \n
    • Starkwhite
    • \n
    • Galerie Diana Stigter
    • \n
    • STPI - S ingapore Tyler Print Institute
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    • Sullivan+Strumpf
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    T

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      \n
    • Take Ninagawa
    • \n
    • Tang Contempo rary Art
    • \n
    • dianne tanzer gallery + projects
    • \n
    • Timothy Taylo r Gallery
    • \n
    • Galerie Daniel Templon
    • \n
    • The Guild
    • \n
    • To larno Galleries
    • \n
    • Tornabuoni Art
    • \n
    • Yuka Tsuruno Gallery
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    \n
    \n
    \n
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    U

    \n
      \n
    • Utopian Slumps\n
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    V

    \n
      \n
    • Vadehra Art Ga llery
    • \n
    • Van de Weghe
    • \n
    • Vitamin Creative Space
    • \n
    • Vol te Gallery
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    W

    \n
      \n
    • Wako Works of Art
    • \n
    • Wei-Ling Gallery
    • \n
    • Weingrüll
    • \n
    • Wentrup
    • \n
    • Michael Werner
    • \n
    • White Cube
    • \n
    • Murray White Room
    • \n
    • White Space Beijing
    • \n
    • Max Wigram Gallery
    • \n
    • Wilkinson
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    • Workplace Gallery
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    \n
    \n
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    X

    \n
      \n
    • Galler y x-ist
    • \n
    • XL Gallery
    • \n
    • Leo Xu Projects
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    • XVA Galler y
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    Y

    \n
      \n
    • Y++ Wada Fine Arts
    • \n
    • Gallery Yamaki Fine Art
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    • Yamamoto Gendai
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    • Gallery Y
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    Z

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      \n
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    \ n
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DTEND:20130526 DTSTAMP:20141021T054740 DTSTART:20130523 GEO:22.283639;114.1732893 LOCATION:Art Basel Hong Kong\,Hong Kong Convention and Exhibition Centre 1 Harbour Road\, Wanchai\,\n Hong Kong\, SEQUENCE:0 SUMMARY:Art Basel Hong Kong 2013 - Galleries UID:273535 END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTEND:20130523T190000 DTSTAMP:20141021T054740 DTSTART:20130523T120000 GEO:22.283639;114.1732893 LOCATION:Art Basel Hong Kong\,Hong Kong Convention and Exhibition Centre 1 Harbour Road\, Wanchai\,\n Hong Kong\, SEQUENCE:0 SUMMARY:Art Basel Hong Kong 2013 - Galleries UID:273536 END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DESCRIPTION:

Public Days

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Thursday\, May 23\, 12pm to 7pm
Friday\, May 24\, 12pm to 7pm
Saturday\, May 25\, 12pm to 7pm
S unday\, May 26\, 12pm to 5pm

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Ticket Prices

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One Day Ticket : HK$250
Concession One Day Ticket: HK$150
Four Day Ticket: H K$750
Concession Four Day Ticket: HK$450

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Insight Galleries< /h3>\n

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  • 313 Art Project
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  • A Thousand Plateaus Art Space
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  • Arata niurano
  • \n
  • Art:1 by Mondecor Gallery
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  • Artcourt Gallery
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  • Artinformal
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B

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  • Blindspot Gallery
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    \n
  • CAIS Ga llery
  • \n
  • Galeri Canna
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  • Cda-Projects
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  • Chambers Fine Art
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  • Chan Hampe Galleries
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  • Xin Dong Cheng Gallery
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  • Yumiko Chiba Associates
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D

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    \n
  • H adrien de Montferrand Gallery
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E

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  • Edwin's Gallery
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  • Gallery EM
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  • Exhibit320
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  • Feast Projects
  • \n
  • Fine Arts Literature Art Center
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  • ifa galle ry
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M

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    \n
  • Magician Sp ace
  • \n
  • Edouard Malingue Gallery
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  • Manila Contemporary
  • \n
  • Galerie Mirchandani + Steinruecke
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N

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    \n
  • Neon Parc
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O

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    \n
  • Galerie Ora-Ora
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    \n
  • Park R yu Sook Gallery
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  • Pi Artworks
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R\n       Ryan Renshaw

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    \n
  • Schoeni Art Gallery
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  • Semarang Gallery
  • \n
  • Misa Shi n Gallery
  • \n
  • Gallery Side 2
  • \n
  • Sin Sin Fine Art
  • \n
  • Sta nding Pine
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  • Star Gallery
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  • Sullivan+Strumpf
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  • dianne tanzer gallery + projects\n
  • Tolarno Galleries
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  • Yuka Tsuruno Gallery
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W

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    \n
  • Wei-Ling Gallery
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  • Gallery x-ist
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  • XV A Gallery
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Y

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    \n
  • Y++ Wada Fine Arts
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  • Gallery Yamaki Fine Art
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  • Gallery Yang
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DTEND:20130526 DTSTAMP:20141021T054740 DTSTART:20130523 GEO:22.283639;114.1732893 LOCATION:Art Basel Hong Kong\,Hong Kong Convention and Exhibition Centre 1 Harbour Road\, Wanchai\,\n Hong Kong\, SEQUENCE:0 SUMMARY:Art Basel Hong Kong 2013 - Insights UID:273541 END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTEND:20130523T190000 DTSTAMP:20141021T054740 DTSTART:20130523T120000 GEO:22.283639;114.1732893 LOCATION:Art Basel Hong Kong\,Hong Kong Convention and Exhibition Centre 1 Harbour Road\, Wanchai\,\n Hong Kong\, SEQUENCE:0 SUMMARY:Art Basel Hong Kong 2013 - Insights UID:273542 END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DESCRIPTION:

Public Days

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Thursday\, May 23\, 12pm to 7pm
Friday\, May 24\, 12pm to 7pm
Saturday\, May 25\, 12pm to 7pm
S unday\, May 26\, 12pm to 5pm

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Ticket Prices

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One Day Ticket : HK$250
Concession One Day Ticket: HK$150
Four Day Ticket: H K$750
Concession Four Day Ticket: HK$450

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Discoveries Galler ies

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    \n
  • 2P Contemporary Art Gallery
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A

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  • Aike-Dellarco
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B

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    \n
  • Balice Hertling
  • \n
  • BolteLang\n
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C

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    \n
  • Lisa Cooley
  • \n
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D

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    \n
  • Galerie du Monde
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H\n
    \n
  • Pippy Houldsworth Gallery
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J

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    \n
  • Galerie Juliètte Jongma
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K\n
    \n
  • Kalfayan Galleries
  • \n
  • Karma International
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M

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    \n
  • Mendes Wood
  • \n
  • Fra ncesca Minini
  • \n
  • Monitor
  • \n
  • mother’s tankstation
  • \n
  • Mu jin-to Production
  • \n
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P

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  • Paradise Row
  • \n
  • Galeria Plan B
  • \n
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R\n
    \n
  • RaebervonStenglin
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  • Rokeby
  • \n
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\n< h2>S

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    \n
  • Galleria S.A.L.E.S.
  • \n
  • Seven Art
  • \n
  • Gall erySKE
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T

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  • Take Ninagawa
  • \n< /ul>\n
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    U

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      \n
    • Utopian Slumps
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    \ n
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    W

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      \n
    • Weingrüll
    • \n
    • Workplace Gallery
    • \n
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    \n
    \n
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    X

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      \n
    • Leo Xu Projects< /li>\n
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DTEND:20130526 DTSTAMP:20141021T054740 DTSTART:20130523 GEO:22.283639;114.1732893 LOCATION:Art Basel Hong Kong\,Hong Kong Convention and Exhibition Centre 1 Harbour Road\, Wanchai\,\n Hong Kong\, SEQUENCE:0 SUMMARY:Art Basel Hong Kong 2013 - Discoveries UID:273543 END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTEND:20130523T190000 DTSTAMP:20141021T054740 DTSTART:20130523T120000 GEO:22.283639;114.1732893 LOCATION:Art Basel Hong Kong\,Hong Kong Convention and Exhibition Centre 1 Harbour Road\, Wanchai\,\n Hong Kong\, SEQUENCE:0 SUMMARY:Art Basel Hong Kong 2013 - Discoveries UID:273544 END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DESCRIPTION:
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“Fantasy is escapist\, and that is i ts glory. If we value the freedom of mind and soul\, if we’re partisans of liberty\, then it’s our plain duty to escape\, and to take as many people w ith us as we can!” (J.R.R. Tolkien)

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Be torpedoed into the fantasy world where issues of the world and the self can be explored behind the murky veil of a fool’s paradise!

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We would like to encourage you into our world where we have surrendered reality\, momentarily\; choose\, to lu xuriate in the minute’s beauty\, to embrace madness\, explode the boundarie s that rigidly hug our reality\, and perhaps regress to that part of our li ves\, where there are no consequences\, no penalty for foolish exploration\ ; we soar on the wings of our imagination and savor the winds of pleasure.< /span>

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In our escapade\, we visually palpate the blurred boun dary between reverie and reality. Familiar objects are placed in unfamiliar settings\, allowing the real and the imagined to mash in wondrous ways.

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We\, Drink in the multifarious colors of the world\, in an induced state of dreamy drunkenness\, construct fantastical stories in o ur heads\, throw in bits of our souls\, our lives\, and simmer this visual stew with time\, passion and love\; resulting in that impossibly unique lov e child on canvass.

DTEND:20130526 DTSTAMP:20141021T054740 DTSTART:20130523 GEO:22.2676971;114.2423627 LOCATION:Chancery Lane Gallery Art Projects\,Unit 604\, 6/F\, Chai Wan Indu strial City Phase 1\, 60 Wing Tai Road\, Chai Wan\, \nHong Kong\, SEQUENCE:0 SUMMARY:Sense Making\, Ernest Chan\, Eva Chan\, Alex Heung\, Carol Lee Mei Kuen\, Dennis Wong\, Song Yue\, Tang Kin Yee\, Yong Kah Kin UID:275850 END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTEND:20130525T200000 DTSTAMP:20141021T054740 DTSTART:20130525T180000 GEO:22.2676971;114.2423627 LOCATION:Chancery Lane Gallery Art Projects\,Unit 604\, 6/F\, Chai Wan Indu strial City Phase 1\, 60 Wing Tai Road\, Chai Wan\, \nHong Kong\, SEQUENCE:0 SUMMARY:Sense Making\, Ernest Chan\, Eva Chan\, Alex Heung\, Yong Kah Kin\, Carol Lee Mei Kuen\, Dennis Wong\, Tang Kin Yee\, Song Yue UID:275851 END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DESCRIPTION:

本次特展展出了200件不同时期的经典版画作品,以独特的语言赞美壮丽的大自然,讴歌勇毅的劳动者,倾诉黑龙江自然与人文的大美 和大爱,折射在北大荒开 发、大庆油田开发、大小兴安岭林业开发的历史进程中焕发出来的黑龙江优秀精神,讲述黑龙江人艰苦奋斗、开拓创业,顾全大局、无私奉献的 光荣与梦想,抒发黑 龙江精神文化积淀在新时代的全面升华。我们希望,通过这个特展可以给广东的观众们传递黑龙江地域文明和艺术成果,提振黑龙江当代精神和文化 形象;能够让观 众领略龙江风物的神奇,感受龙江文化的魅力,体验龙江精神的优秀,观察和领悟到富强龙江、文明龙江、和谐龙江、幸福龙江的大美风光、大爱情怀以 及经济社会 发展取得的巨大成就和显著变化。

DTEND:20130526 DTSTAMP:20141021T054740 DTSTART:20130427 GEO:23.087392;113.261934 LOCATION:Guangdong Museum of Art\,Er-sha Island\, \nGuangzhou\, Guangdong 5 10105 SEQUENCE:0 SUMMARY:画说龙江——黑龙江省美术馆五十年馆藏经典版画作品特展 UID:274235 END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DESCRIPTION:

In fashion\, “style lines” portray the silhouettes of appare ls\, creating illusions of balance and proportion to enhance the aesthetics and visual effect.

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In this Image Design exhibition\, proudly prese nted by the Department of Fashion and Image Design of the Hong Kong Design Institute (HKDI)\, Style Lines connects the trains of thought\, the out-of- the-box thinking of students from the Fashion Image Design Programme. Each design is a cohesive piece of work that illustrates the imagination and cre ativity of the students from hair\, make-up\, styling to photography\, blen ding concepts with imperatives of aesthetics and practicality\, to explore the potential of even the most flamboyant pieces from runway to real way.\n

A showcase of the selected works of the Image Design Graduation Show 2012\, Style Lines marks the convergence of the synergistic creative force s of HKDI young designers.

DTEND:20130526 DTSTAMP:20141021T054740 DTSTART:20130503 GEO:22.297457;114.173642 LOCATION:K11 at The Masterpiece\,No. 18 Hanoi Road\, Tsim Sha Tsui \n Kowlo on\, Hong Kong SEQUENCE:0 SUMMARY:Style Lines - Connecting ideas of HKDI young creative force UID:276229 END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DESCRIPTION:\n\n\n\n\n\n\n\n\ n\n\n\n\n\n\n\n
General Admission (public opening hours)
Saturday\, 25 May 201212:00 - 8:00 pm
Sunday\, 26 May 201212:00 - 8:00 pm
Monday\, 27 May 2012 12:00 - 8:00 pm
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Tickets at the door
General Admission$50
Students$20
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Exhibiting Galleries

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Abou t Art
Seoul

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Aioma Sankara: Miscellaneous
Madrid

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< strong>AKA Galler
Jeonju

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Art Experience Gallery
Hong Kong

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Chung Jark Gallery
Seoul

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fabre8710
Tokyo

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Gaga Gallery
Seoul

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Galleria Grafica Tokio
Tokyo

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Gallery 4walls
Seoul

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Gallery 521
Seoul

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Gallery Arthill
Soowon City

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Gallery Capital
Seoul

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Gallery Ecole
S eoul

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G allery I
Seoul

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Gallery Lara Tokyo
Tokyo

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Gallery Mark
Seoul

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Gallery Namu
Seoul

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Gallery Q
Tokyo

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Gallery Violet
Seoul

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K Gallery
Chengdu

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Knot &\; Strokes
Ho ng Kong

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London Animation Club
London

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Min Color
Daegu

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M2B Project
Paris

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MK Collection
Seoul

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Moon Gallery
Hong Kong

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Museum Galim
Kyunggi-do

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Na Gallery
Seoul

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Nine Gallery
Seoul

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One Minute
Yorkshire\n

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PAGE
London

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Project PP
Seoul

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Salon de Idiote
Seoul\n

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Siger G allery
London

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St James Sattlement
Hong Kong

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Zizi Workshop
Hong Kong

DTEND:20130527 DTSTAMP:20141021T054740 DTSTART:20130525 GEO:22.281772;114.18435 LOCATION:Hong Kong Contemporary\,Excelsior Hotel 281 Gloucester Road\, Caus eway Bay\nHong Kong\, SEQUENCE:0 SUMMARY:Hong Kong Contemporary 2013 UID:274000 END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTEND:20130525T200000 DTSTAMP:20141021T054740 DTSTART:20130525T120000 GEO:22.281772;114.18435 LOCATION:Hong Kong Contemporary\,Excelsior Hotel 281 Gloucester Road\, Caus eway Bay\nHong Kong\, SEQUENCE:0 SUMMARY:Hong Kong Contemporary 2013 UID:274001 END:VEVENT END:VCALENDAR