Artspace K – PaperCut

Artspace K 109 Repulse Bay Road, The Repulse Bay,

Artspace K is pleased to present “Paper·Cut Art Exhibition” from 9th October, 2021 to 13th February, 2022. This exhibition features 90 pieces of paper-cut artworks from traditional to contemporary by seven artists: Li Yun-Xia, Lee Huan-Chang, Lau Ming-Hang, Lee Keng-Chun, Chen Yan-Ting, Wuba Yang, and Meko Cheng. A pair of scissors, a piece of paper, ... Read more

Leo Gallery – Solo Exhibition by Liu Zhengyong

Leo Gallery 189 Queens Road West, Sheung Wan

After the success of Liu Zhengyong's solo in our Shanghai space in May, Leo Gallery is delighted to present the artist's newest works in our Hong Kong branch this October. This new series of works is the result of Liu's participation in the Artist-in-Residence Programme organised by Leo Gallery Shanghai. Over 20 works were created ... Read more

JPS Gallery – Autumn Dreams by August Vilella

JPS Art Gallery Shops 218-219, 2/F, Landmark Atrium, 15 Queens Road Central, Central,

JPS Gallery is delighted to present Autumn Dreams, a solo exhibition of August Vilella, on view at the gallery's Hong Kong location in LANDMARK ATRIUM. This exhibition marks the artist's first solo show in Hong Kong, showcasing a series of new paintings that feature his signature big eyed characters, guiding the audience to dive deep ... Read more

Sin Sin Fine Art – ‘Attitude’ by Chiu So Lan, Lee Man Yip, Joey Leung Cho Yi and Rosanna Li Wei Han

Sin Sin Fine Art Kin Teck Industrial Building 26 Wong Chuk Hang Road,

Sin Sin Fine Art is pleased to present a cross-year joint exhibition – ‘Attitude’. The exhibition engaged four Hong Kong based devoted ceramic artists, encompassing Chiu So Lan, Lee Man Yip, Joey Leung Cho Yi and Rosanna Li Wei Han. The diversity of their creation versatile has received high acclaims from the public, that their ... Read more

Kwai Fung Hin Art Gallery – The Trio – Gérard Schneider, Georges Mathieu, Pierre Soulages

Kwai Fung Hin Art Gallery Tai Kwun, 10 Hollywood Road, Central

The origins of lyrical abstraction can be traced back to the early 1940s. At that time, the uncertainty and sense of loss engendered by WWII encouraged many artists to embrace primitive forms of emotional expression in their creative work, utilizing the purest form of intuitive consciousness to explore perception and harmony in the color combination. ... Read more

Tang Contemporary – Infinity – Solo Exhibition by Xia Xiaowan

Tang Contemporary H Queens, 80 Queens Road, Central

“Infinity” is the second time that Xia Xiaowan has collaborated with Tang Contemporary Art on a solo exhibition, following his “Rotation” retrospective at the Beijing Minsheng Art Museum in 2015. Curated by Cui Cancan, the show will present Ark, Xia Xiaowan’s latest large-scale pastel work, paired with selected series from the 1980s to now, highlighting ... Read more


Soluna Fine Art 52 Sai Street, Sheung Wan

Soluna Fine Art is proud to present Storyteller, a dual exhibition by Bing Lee (b. 1948, New York-based Hong Kong artist) and Kim Ha-Young (b. 1983, London-based South Korean artist). It is both artists' first exhibition with Soluna Fine Art. While the artists are primarily known for their distinct, witty, and iconographic visuals related to ... Read more

Woaw Gallery – Teknolust: Objectophilic Futures

Woaw Gallery - Central 9 Queens Road Central, Central,

TEKNOLUST: OBJECTOPHILIC FUTURES envisions a post-singularity utopia/dystopia in which humans interact with intelligences of their own creation on equal footing. The exhibition manifests multiple realms of existence: a fungible, physical space in Woaw Gallery on Queen’s Road, Hong Kong; EPOCH’s REPLICANTS, which digitally recreates the architecture of Woaw’s Queen’s Road location and surrounding neighborhood in ... Read more

Sansiao Gallery HK – “Portraiture” by Otto Li and Timothy Zau.

Sansiao Gallery HK 19 – 27 Wyndham Street, Rm 104-5, Wilson House, Central

We are delighted to present “Portraiture”, an exhibition showcasing works by Otto Li and Timothy Zau. Portraiture is often connected with the creation of everlasting memories or the notion of adoring a prominent figure. Through unconventional approaches, the two artists attempt to offer a contemporary interpretation of portraiture. Exhibition: 10 November – 2 December 2021 ... Read more

Blue Lotus Gallery – HK UNSEEN by Greg Girard

Blue Lotus Gallery 28 Pound Lane, Sheung Wan,

HK UNSEEN | Greg Girard Exhibition Dates: 11 November – 12 December 2021 Opening Reception: Wednesday 10 November, 4–8 pm Blue Lotus Gallery: G/F 28 Pound Lane, Sheung Wan, Hong Kong Opening hours: Wed-Sun | 11am to 6pm Related events: Zoom Artist Talk with Greg Girard Saturday 27 November 2021, 11am: Meet at the gallery ... Read more

Karin Weber Gallery – “Wish You Well” by Sharon Lee, Wai Kit Lam, and Linda Norris

Karin Weber Gallery 20 Aberdeen Street, Central,

Karin Weber Gallery is delighted to present ‘Wish You Well’ exhibition harnessing the power of the simplest, often underestimated, medium postcard to capture the complexities of human emotions and connections. Wish You Well by Sharon Lee is inspired by the old postcards of Hong Kong Zoological and Botanical Garden which was called The Public Garden ... Read more

Flowers Gallery – “Into a Carpet made of Water” by Aida Tomescu

Flowers Gallery - Hong Kong 49 Tung Street, Sheung Wan,

Flowers Gallery is delighted to announce an exhibition by contemporary American painter Aleah Chapin, her first solo exhibition in Asia. Aleah Chapin is renowned for her unflinching nude portraits of older women, relatives, and friends. Described by painter Eric Fischl as “the best and most disturbing painter of flesh alive today,” Chapin’s bold and intimate ... Read more

Alisan Fine Arts – Hong Kong Landscapes by Lui Shou-kwan

Alisan Fine Arts - Central 1 Lyndhurst Terrace, 21/F Lyndhurst Tower, Central

Alisan Fine Arts is honored to announce its sixth solo exhibition for Lui Shou-kwan "Hong Kong Landscapes", complimenting the current exhibition at the Hong Kong Museum of Art "When Form Matters: Following the Path of Lui Shou-kwan to Zen Painting". With a focus on Lui’s contemporary landscape paintings from the 1950’s and 60’s, the 18 ... Read more