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I Melancholia Dreamland I Ebb and Flow I Multiple Facets I

Art Beatus (Vancouver) Consultancy Ltd., October 12 - December 21, 2018 | top |


As a globetrotting and bibulous observer of the world, Taiga Chiba's work has been shaped and influenced by his extensive travels. Using serigraph printing, Japanese brush and ink painting with natural dyes, embroidery and drawing with pencil and ballpoint pen, the mixed media work featured in Entr'acte has been especially inspired by the artist's numerous trips to India and Mexico.

Art Beatus Hong Kong (Wellington St.), August 10 - September 28, 2018 | top |

City Narratives

In City Narratives, artist Kiyoko Yamaguchi exhibits her recent drawings of niche places of the Hong Kong she knows, the unique communities of Kyoto where she lives now as well as some notable Tokyo landmarks. She has taken notes of these locations in face of inevitable urban changes that are approaching.

Art Beatus (Vancouver) Consultancy Ltd., July 6 - August 24, 2018 | top |

Summer Group Exhibition

Like dipping one's toes in a cool, blue pond or taking in the quiet warmth and glow of an evening sunset, this year's Summer Group Exhibition has been curated to evoke feelings of stillness and calm, but also to leave viewers feeling rejuvenated and refreshed. Featuring works by Tony Yin Tak Chu, Katie Cheung, Tomoyo Ihaya, Shyh-Charng Lo, Seung Won Suh and June Yun.

Art Beatus Hong Kong (Wellington St.), May 4 - June 22, 2018 | top |

Melancholia Dreamland

Wonderfully chimerical in colour palette and form, Simone Guo describes this series of acrylic paintings and mixed media as “hovering between landscape and lyrical abstraction”. The artist does not paint these works from real life but rather she “paints landscape as a concept.”

Art Beatus (Vancouver) Consultancy Ltd., March 2 - April 20, 2018 | top |

Ebb and Flow

Since 2014, Tony Yin Tak Chu has been working on an ongoing series of works titled, Liu Shui, based on the Chinese pictographic words 流 水 which translates as flowing water. This series is an installation consisting of a number of scrolls made of mixed media drawings and paintings using ink, drafting pens and water soluble oil pastels on tracing paper instead of more traditional materials such as silk or mulberry paper.

Art Beatus Hong Kong (Wellington St.), February 5 - April 20, 2018 | top |

Multiple Facets

Art Beatus (Hong Kong) is pleased to present Multiple Facets, a group exhibition featuring works by gallery artists Hong Hao, Huang Po-Ren, Lee Seung Koo, Andrew Lui, Carl Corey, Feng Xuemin, Wang Neng-Tao, Xu Yong, Yuan Shun, Sara Tse and O Yeun-Hwa.

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