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Wu Guanzhong: Beauty Beyond Form
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2015.11.26 ─
Venue: National Gallery Singapore

Collaborating with the National Gallery Singapore for the first time, the Hong Kong Museum of Art is loaning out 3 masterpieces of Wu Guanzhong, namely Two Swallows, Trashilungpo Monastery and Former Residence of Qiu Jin, displaying the profound beauty of Wu's art to audiences in Singapore. For details, please visit the website of the National Gallery Singapore: https://www.nationalgallery.sg.
 
Two Swallows

WU Guanzhong (1919 - 2010)
Two Swallows
Dated 1981

Wall-less Chit-ChaNt
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2015.11.28 ─ 2016.5.29
Venue: Art Square at Salisbury Garden

Although the Hong Kong Museum of Art is temporarily closed for renovation, Art Square fully maximizes its strength as a wall-less gallery to promote local art and talent. The new exhibition "Wall-less Chit-ChaNt" showcases large-scale artworks connecting various stories and voices of the city. With these artworks and a series of creative activities, we will chat and chant about art with you. 
 
At the centre of Art Square, Agenda No. 3 is an installation by Freeman LAU. With the unique shape of individual chairs combined into a forum-setting circular structure, the work symbolizes the artist's vision for expressions of diversity.
 
Another artwork is an interactive installation by ZHENG Bo entitled Sing for Her. He introduces the stories of different communities, including the Nepalese, Filipino, Indonesian and others, to Art Square through music videos he made from songs that tell of their culture and histories in the heart of the city. You are invited to sing along with the music videos through a huge cornet!
 
Come chit-chant with us and stay connected!
 
 
 
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Freeman Lau Agenda no. 3
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Freeman LAU
Agenda no. 3

"Maritime Porcelain Road: Relics from Guangdong, Hong Kong and Macao Museums" Touring Exhibition in Mainland
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Pair of sweetmeat dishes in shape of reclining horses
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Pair of sweetmeat dishes in shape of reclining horses
17th century

Until 2015.10.18
Venue: Zhejiang Provincial Museum

Jointly presented by Department of Culture Guangdong Province, Cultural Affairs Bureau, Macao Special Administrative Region Government and Leisure and Cultural Services Department, the Government of Hong Kong Special Administrative Region and Department of Culture Zhejiang Province

Jointly organised by Guangdong Museum, Macao Museum, Hong Kong Museum of Art and Zhejiang Provincial Museum
 

The Hong Kong Museum of Art will join hands with the Guangdong Museum and the Macao Museum to co-organise a touring exhibition entitled ‘Maritime Porcelain Road: Relics from Guangdong, Hong Kong and Macao Museums'. This will take place in three provinces in China, namely at the Zhejiang Provincial Museum, the Hubei Provincial Museum and the Shenzhen Museum from 2015 to 2016. The exhibition will be launched at the Zhejiang Provincial Museum in July 2015. Featuring more than 180 exhibits from the collections of the three museums, the exhibition presents a study of the importance of export ceramics in China trade history and their impact on Southeast Asia, the Middle East and Europe, and sheds light on the cultural significance of Chinese ceramics in the course of global history.

 

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