What's On : Exhibition


Cheung Yung, Lam Hau Yi, Li Hiuwa, Poon Mei Yee, Wong Chun Hei

  • Wed 13-09-2017 to Sat 23-09-2017

Free Admissions

aimlessly is a kind of mental status at the moment of creation, in between distraction and attention. It seems too flighty, yet the thinking is not subject to any contexts or issues. The aim of creating is simple: when a touching spectacle appears in our daydream, we capture and represent the emotion instinctively. Five artists use their artworks to record the moment of being inattentive.

日 日 和 器 HibiWaki Exhibition HK Fringe Club x New Generation Japanese Ceramists Project

HIBIWAKI x HK Fringe Club

  • Thu 02-02-2017 to Sat 10-02-2018

Free Admission

日 日 和 器 HibiWaki HK Fringe Club x New Generation Japanese Ceramists Exhibition Close on all Sundays

COPPER ・copper

Joe Li & Yee-Man Mak

  • Mon 25-09-2017 to Wed 04-10-2017

Free Admissions

Two artists, both fond of using copper in their artworks, take totally different approaches to expressing their thoughts. Joe Li uses copper to build the paths of life on which those who are fated to meet will meet. Yee-Man Mak shows you beauty in its simplest and most natural form through copper tubes.

Drawing Exhibition by Raymond Pang @Circa 1913

Raymond Pang x The Fringe Club

  • Sat 30-09-2017 to Sat 11-11-2017

Free Admission

Using humble materials such as stone, wood and copper wire, Pang creates artworks that demonstrate a soft, sensual touch.

A Floating Identity

Francis Yu, Ling Lai, Movana Chen, Tunni Kraus, Imme Van der Haak and Simone Boon

  • Sat 04-11-2017 to Tue 14-11-2017

Free Admissions

Artists from diverse cultural backgrounds and practices come together to explore the notion of floating identities. Each piece explores a sense of self, an identity that simultaneously is moulded by and melts our concept of time, place, people, language and culture. As a whole, this exhibition presents a free-flowing idea of identity, a fluid individual and cultural identity, fragile and lucid yet fundamentally interconnected and informed by the “other”.