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Hong Kong Arts Centre ‘s 6th Annual Flagship Exhibition (Dec 12, 2014-Jan 15, 2015)
[Press Release]

Exhibition Information

Unseen Existence: Dialogues with the Environment in Contemporary Art

Guest curator: Rudy Tseng

Date & Time: 12 December 2014 – 15 January 2015, 10am – 8pm

Venue: Pao Galleries and Jockey Club Atrium, 3-5/F, Hong Kong Arts Centre

Featured Artists: Nadim Abbas, Allora & Calzadilla, Ang Song Ming, Araki Nobuyoshi, Masaya Chiba, Jiang Zhi, Maya Kramer, Boris Mikhailov, Yuko Mohri, Sutthirat Supaparinya, Wang Fu-jui and Yao Jui-chung.

Free Admission


Presenter: Hong Kong Arts Centre

Sponsor: HSBC Private Bank

“Art Available to All” School Tour Sponsor: The FRIENDS of the Hong Kong Arts Centre

Accommodation Sponsor: COMO COMO Serviced Apartments
Individual Artist Sponsor: Asia One Communications Group, Mr. Nelson Leong, Ministry of Culture, Republic of China (Taiwan), National Arts Council of Singapore, U.S. Consulate General for Hong Kong and Macau
Supporter: Spring Workshop


Hong Kong Arts Centrepresents its 6th annual flagship exhibition Unseen Existence: Dialogues with the Environment in Contemporary Art. The exhibition will be divided into four subsidiary themes on energy, ruin, caring and finding. It aims to address the issue of our connection with nature, and to redirect our attention and care to these phenomena of nature that we so often take for granted.

1.      Following the success of the previous exhibitions, Taiwanese art curator Rudy Tseng will curate the exhibition, showcasing the works of twelve Asian artists/art group including Nadim Abbas (Hong Kong), Allora (US) & Calzadilla (Cuba), Ang Song Ming (Singapore),Araki Nobuyoshi (Japan), Masaya Chiba (Japan), Jiang Zhi (China), Maya Kramer (US), Boris Mikhailov (Ukraine), Yuko Mohri (Japan), Sutthirat Supaparinya (Thailand), Wang Fu-jui (Taiwan) and Yao Jui-chung (Taiwan).Their works have been exhibited in Venice Biennale, the Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum, Yokohama Triennale, Sapporo International Art Festival and the Museum of Contemporary Art Australia. (Please see attachment for artwork highlights and artists’ biography)