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「城中留白」繪畫×裝置藝術展覽 @JCCAC藝術節2019

time 30 Nov 2019 - 5 Jan 2020 10am (12hr)

location Jockey Club Creative Arts Centre 》30 Pak Tin Street, Shek Kip Mei, Hong Kong

(free event)

A group of artists and bonsai horticulturists create a "modern garden" with the theme of literati aesthetics. This garden shows the sentiment of literati living in the city who pursue pleasure of art, advocate nature and seek for unity of man and universe. It forms a quiet and leisure space creating a dialogue with the people. It is also an empty space for people to breathe in the intense city.

The theme of paintings are based on the rocks, vases, antiques, relics, fish ponds, flowing water, etc. The paintings and bonsai complement each other in the setting. The materials and concepts employed by the artists comprise ancient and modern Chinese and Western elements, reflect the characters and the artists' thoughts on local culture.

*Exhibition Form: Painting and Installation
*The exhibition is one of JCCAC Festival 2019 program

Artists: CHO Kwok Ting, KWAN Yung Yi, CHEUNG Chin Man, CHAU Chung Man, LEE Yuen Suet, CHEUNG Siu For, MO Lai Sze
Artists' reception: 6/12/2019 18:00 @JCCAC L1 gallery

Bonsai Paper Model Workshop
Participants will visit the "Blanks in the City" exhibition to appreciate and depict the bonsai, then tailor it with their own imagination to create a bonsai paper model. For more information, please visit COMINGSOON.art Facebook page or instagram.

Workshop date: 1/12/2019-15/12/2019 (Sun)
Time: 14:00-15:00 & 16:00-17:00 (2 sessions)
Location: L7-19 @JCCAC
Artists: L4-09-10筆加思索
Participants should be 4 years old or older.
Free of charge. RSVP.

Inquiries: coming.art@gmail.com / 9201 2220 (Ms Cho)
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