Date & Time:
10/12/2011 - 22/01/2012 From 10:00 am to 8:00 pm 26/01/2012 - 29/01/2012 From 10:00 am to 8:00 pm
In 2010, Hong Kong Arts Centre’s flagship exhibition Popping Up was a success. This year, we are honored to have the internationally renowned curator Fumio Nanjo once again, to curate Vision of Nature: Lost & Found in Asian Contemporary Art, which draws together eight celebrated Asian contemporary artists and features a diverse selection of new and original artworks including paintings, installation, conceptual arts and public arts etc. A curatorial concept developing from a naturalistic depiction of the environment will further develop into a metaphysical representation, hence leading the beholder to transcend the conventional meaning of “nature” while exploring an intimate connection between the self and the nature.
The exhibition features four screenings of the movie Uncle Boonmee Who Can Recall His Past Lives in agnès b. Cinema.
Pao Galleries, Main Entrance of Hong Kong Arts Centre
TICKETING INFO :
PRESENTED & ORGANIZED :
Hong Kong Arts Centre
PROGRAMME ENQUIRY :
Fumio Nanjo (Guest), Connie Lam Participating Artists:
Lam Tung Pang ,
Lee Chin Fai, Danny,
Free Screening : Uncle Boonmee Who Can Recall His Past Lives
During the exhibition period, the HKAC will provide a free audio guided service in Cantonese, English and Putonghua. Also, with the generous sponsorship from The FRIENDS of the Hong Kong Arts Centre, an art educational programme “Art Available to All”will be organised for local senior secondary school students as well as young ethnic minorities. Details
Co-Curator Talk : Nature and Culture in Asian Future
Date & Time: 10/12/2011, 3:00pm
Venue: agnès b. CINEMA, Hong Kong Arts Centre
As part of the Hong Kong Arts Centre’s flagship exhibition Vision of Nature: Lost and Found in Asian Contemporary Art to be held this December, the Centre will present the Co-Curator Talk “Nature and Culture in Asian Future” on 10 December 2011, hosted by our guest curator of the Exhibition, renowned international curator and the director of Mori Art Museum, Fumio Nanjo.
In this Talk, he will share his view on the importance of nature and culture in directing Asian contemporary art’s future development, as well as the connection between the Exhibition and the Talk.
Speaker: Fumio Nanjo
Conducted in English
Limited seats. First-come-first-served
Presenter: Hong Kong Arts Centre
Sponsor: HSBC Private Bank
“Art Available to All” School Tour Sponsor: The FRIENDS of the Hong Kong Arts Centre
Accommodation Sponsor: COMO COMO Serviced Apartments
Local Carrier Sponsor: Crown Fine Arts