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FEAST Projects

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FEAST Projects
Unit 307, 3/F, Harbour Industrial Centre
10 Lee Hing Street, Ap Lei Chau Hong Kong
China
Venue Type: Gallery

Neighborhood:
hong kong



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http://www.feastprojects.com
EMAIL:  
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852-2553-9522
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DESCRIPTION

FEAST Projects is an exciting new art venture based in Hong Kong and founded by Philippe Koutouzis in 2010. FEAST Projects endeavors to produce innovative projects through collaboration with both established and emerging contemporary artists. Global in outlook, FEAST Projects represents artists from around the world who work in classical mediums, and also embraces the new convergence of art, music, performance, film and design.

We aim to challenge and expand the conventional role of the gallery (as a showroom with white walls) into a public forum provoking dialogue, critical thinking and cultural vitality. We believe in community and will create one around Art, encouraging risk and experimentation, as well as public cultural debate.

We see Art as celebration: as stimulation for the senses: as sustenance to the soul: a moveable Feast. We aspire to share this vision and facilitate multicultural understanding using Art as the medium of cultural relations.

FEAST Projects represents and exhibits the works of artists such as: Ron Arad, Chu Teh-Chun, Feng Shuo, Fensterbank, René Iché, Charles Jaulerry, Jeng Jundian, Liu Wei (b.1965), Marlène Mocquet, Carr Patterson, T’ang Haywen, Tie Ying, Xie Lei and Zao Wou-Ki amongst others.

The 2,500 sq ft primary gallery area features a spacious terrace overlooking the sea. Designed for flexible layout: all walls are movable to accommodate each exhibition installation. In contrast the newly acquired 3,000 sq ft space presently remains a raw shell suitable for performance and experimental pieces. Both are located in Harbour Industrial Center, Ap Lei Chau, Hong Kong.


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