Exhibitions / 2015
I Two Cities I Kaleidoscope I The Life in Bhubaneswar I People's Chefs I Zodiac I
I Between Lines I Hiding in Plain Sight I Vagaries in Mustard Seed Garden I
I Asia Hotel Art Fair Hong Kong 2015 I Revisit I Colours and Forms I
Art Beatus Hong Kong (Wellington St.), December 4 - 24, 2015 | top |
Japanese artist, Kojiro, holds a deep affinity to the colour of blue. To him, “blue” signifies the ocean, the mother earth as well as the universe and his paintings are to bear witness to his emotions and statements of his philosophical points of view.
Art Beatus (Vancouver) Consultancy Ltd., November 27, 2015 - January 15, 2016 | top |
Winter Group Exhibition
Art Beatus (Vancouver) Consultancy Ltd is pleased to present a special holiday selection of gallery artists’ works in Winter Group Exhibition. Featuring works by Cheung Yee, Hiroshi Hara, Li Yibing, Water Poon and Ban Wei.
Art Beatus Hong Kong (Wellington St.), November 6 - 26, 2015 | top |
My inspirations come mostly from the dribs and drabs of daily life. From there, I just have to follow where my heart leads. -Katie Cheung
Art Beatus Hong Kong (Wellington St.), October 8 - 29, 2015 | top |
Continuing his tongue-in-cheek depictions of the nouveaux riches, Li Yibing’s latest series of works explore further into contemporaneous happenings around us as well as the mental conditions between players and their seeming toys.
Art Beatus (Vancouver) Consultancy Ltd., September 18 - November 13, 2015 | top |
During the autumn of 2013, June Yun and a few of her former classmates from the University of Anhui – along with their professor – reunited and returned to Huizhou, China, to paint the same landscape as they did 20 years ago when they were students in the BA Hons program. Upon returning to Vancouver, Yun produced a series of paintings featured in this exhibition, Cloud Dreams, that became mnemonic of both her university experience as well as her return trip to Huizhou.
Art Beatus Hong Kong (Wellington St.), September 2 - 24, 2015 | top |
The paintings in this exhibition are Water Poon's personal reflections of the two cities that he loves most, Hong Kong and Vancouver. The works are his artistic interpretations of various locations of these two places, filled with his genuine emotions while impressionistically delivered.
Art Beatus Hong Kong (Wellington St.), August 6 - 27, 2015 | top |
Summer group exhibition by gallery artists Kiyoko Yamaguchi, Park Soeun, Stephanie Ho, Galen Tse, Matsushita Hiroe, Song Hyeong-Noh and Tien Chang.
Art Beatus (Vancouver) Consultancy Ltd., July 10 – September 4, 2015 | top |
The Life in Bhubaneswar
The colourful mixed media works in this exhibition, The Life in Bhubaneswar, were influenced by the artist’s travels in 2013 to 2014 to Bhubaneswar, the capital city of the east coast state of Odisha in India. Throughout his artistic career, Taiga Chiba has been known for his idiosyncratic quirky sense of curiosity and wonderment while his work seems to be about the synthesis – whether or not the morphology of the creatures or objects illustrated in his works are real or imagined – rather than the deconstruction of his subject matter and its world.
Art Beatus Hong Kong (Wellington St.), July 9 - 29, 2015 | top |
In an attempt to explore the human factors and sentiments behind symbolism, Hong Kong photo-artist Pazu Chan visited 18 star chefs in London and Hong Kong and photographed each of them at ease in various city locations rather than their kitchens, all for catching a different perspective to a stereotyped identity.
Art Beatus Hong Kong (Wellington St.), June 3 - 25, 2015 | top |
With his series of the zodiac animals, Wang Nengtao challenges us to reflect on how much we have let our habitual perceptions limit our appreciation of art as a creative medium. Wang hopes that his twelve zodiac animals will help us to refresh our minds, to think and to see outside the box.
Art Beatus Hong Kong (Wellington St.), May 7 - 28, 2015 | top |
Suo Yutong says that her works have much more than the mere imageries. She has instilled in them an attitude of life, entanglements of conflicting forces and personal records of struggles against the mundane world around her. The exhibits represent the eventual serenity that she has attained from composing and completing each of them and she is eager to share.
Art Beatus (Vancouver) Consultancy Ltd., April 10 - June 5, 2015 | top |
Hiding in Plain Sight
As part of Capture Photography Festival, this exhibition features all new photographic work by Ross C. Kelly drawn from three separate but complimentary projects. The work represents a continuing enquiry into the nature of the spaces we inhabit, how they are interconnected and how we, as individuals, read these landscapes and integrate ourselves into them.
Art Beatus Hong Kong (Wellington St.), April 9 - 30, 2015 | top |
Vagaries in Mustard Seed Garden
Ever since the Qing Dynasty, The Mustard Seed Garden Manual of Painting has been the guide-book for students of Chinese ink painting. Galen Tse has reinterpreted the imageries there into vagaries of his own.
Marco Polo Hotel Hong Kong, March 13 - 16, 2015 | top |
Asia Hotel Art Fair Hong Kong 2015
Art Beatus (Hong Kong) is very pleased to announce our participation in Asia Hotel Art Fair Hong Kong 2015. Presenting works by artists Alex Shou, Ban Wei, Frank Burbach, Gao Zengli, Galen Tse, Jolans Fung, Kiyoko Yamaguchi, Liu Xuejun, Park Soeun, Stephanie Ho, Song Hyeong-Noh, Suo Yutong and Zhang Wanxin.
Art Beatus Hong Kong (Wellington St.), March 5 - 26, 2015 | top |
Frank Burbach was the General Consul for the Federal Republic of Germany and a dedicated painter when he left Hong Kong in 2010. Burbach is revisiting Hong Kong in March, a full time artist now, and he is preparing to show us works that he has painted over the past two years from his studio in Berlin.
Art Beatus (Vancouver) Consultancy Ltd., February 13 - March 20, 2015 | top |
Colours and Forms
Art Beatus (Vancouver) Consultancy Ltd. is pleased to present Colours and Forms, our group exhibition featuring a special selection of works by a few of our gallery artists. For this exhibition, we are featuring works that explore different utilization and expression of colour and form.
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