Dialog with Artist, LEUNG Hing-ling, LISA Interviewer = [I] Artist = [A] [I] How are you Lisa? [A] Very fine. [I] Tell us more about the exhibition? [A] There are lots of paintings and ceramic works in my exhibition, I wish more people can come and visit. Art creation is enjoyable, and [...]view details
“MAK Wai-hung Exhibition” “Exhibition wants for paintings” “I want need an exhibition” “Mak Wai-hung needs an exhibition” “Good from head to feet, what exhibition” From the Artist The artist did his experimental impromptu painting in 6 days. He is in full control of the ideas of his works, the curatorial direction and the 400-sqare feet [...]view details
Hong Kong Picture – CHENG Ka-yan Paper-Cutting Collage Exhibition Ka-yan’s way of working appears not having any deliberate planning. Each collage is made up with vocabularies of local colors and is created skillfully without a draft at the beginning. Every time, she just sits down, picks up her pen, scissors and glue, then a work [...]view details
Since birth, we have been busy ourselves with planning for the next stop: going to a university, finding a job, getting married, and setting up a family… then until our later years: where will be our next stop at the end of our life? 84 year-old Granny Yuk-sim said, “In the Blink Blink Place, my [...]view details
Lego building is a good example of training that can help the people with different ability to develop their problem solving skills and creativity. They learn how to solve problems independently and work as a team when they try to build a Lego model from scratch. This is a very beneficial experience for their personal development.
The Lego exhibition, “Our Paradise”, was built by the team work of 23 creators with different ability. The master piece has been completed after 6 months of hard work, which shows the creativity and personality of each of the creators. We sincerely invite you to come and appreciate their work, and share the joy and experience in their “Paradise”!
Everybody has the inborn right to appreciate and create art. The focus should be on the power of the artworks and not on the intelligence or the physical abilities of the creators.view details
Who said that eating looks can not be the theme for refined art pieces? This exhibition showcases a group of unconventional oldie buddies who painted their own eating looks: so good looking and so much fun.view details