Six Must-See Art Exhibitions in Hong Kong This July 2022
by: The Beat Asia
July 13, 2022
Hong Kong, a city bursting with a multitude of museums, galleries, and installations, is one of Asia’s art hubs. From impressive local exhibitions to vibrant displays, the city’s art scene has evolved rapidly in the past years. Whether you’re looking to escape reality for a while or just want to have a quick sightseeing activity to perk you up, these art exhibitions in Hong Kong won’t disappoint.
‘Journey to the West Kowloon’ – Until July 14
“Journey to the West Kowloon” showcases over 250 specially curated art pieces from the perspective of young talents of the Education University of Hong Kong. Paintings, sculptures, and photographs of West Kowloon’s rich and unique culture are installed on several mass transit stations. The art exhibit runs until July 14.
‘Integrated Capstone Projects 2022’ by PolyU Design – Until July 17
“Integrated Capstone Projects 2022” is a PolyU School of Design initiative that features artworks from students of advertising, communications, environment, interactive media, product, and social design. The exhibition consists of 28 art pieces reflecting complex issues like ecological problems, urban reactivation, mask sustainability, and more. The art exhibit runs until July 17.
‘Paraphrasing Exhibition’ – Until July 17
“Paraphrasing Exhibition” is a celebration of the possibilities and impossibilities of painting as a medium. It’s an art exhibition that brings together the inspiring works of Hong Kong and Taiwanese artists including Cha Lok Yan, Hong Ming Siu, Pao-Leng Kung, Ashley Ngaw, Wong Sin, and Ma Wik. The art exhibit runs until July 17.
‘Murmuring in a Glass Tube’ by Connie Lo – Until July 24
“Murmuring in a Glass Tube” revolves around spatial contours of sound where listening becomes an act of visualisation. The exhibit, which is mounted by artist Connie Lo, presents sonic imagery of printmaking artworks “Untitled,” “Sound on Paper I & II,” and the cathartic audio piece “Sounds Jotting.” The art exhibit runs until July 24.
‘That’s How the Story Goes’ – Until July 31
“That’s How the Story Goes” is a joint exhibition curated by JC Jessie featuring artworks from eight multi-directional Hong Kong artists. It consists of photographs, ceramics, installations, digital artworks, and paintings about the artists’ interpretation on the topic of life. The art exhibition runs until July 3.
‘Pieces of Pieces’ by Cheng Halley – Until July 31
“Pieces of Pieces” by Cheng Halley is an art exhibition that delves deep into human vulnerabilities and the mundaneness of life. It features beautifully crafted acrylic artworks depicting obscure and trivial things that most humans encounter every day. Cheng aims to tell the story of the relation between things through his art pieces. The art exhibit runs until July 31
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