New Horizons: Ways of Seeing Hong Kong Art in the 80s and 90s
5 March 2021 - 24 April 2022Free
HKMoA hopes to closely work with the art community through guest curators to illustrate a richer history of Hong Kong art.
This exhibition examines the crucial turning points, new trends and sensibilities in contemporary art in Hong Kong during the 1980s and 1990s. Taking the curator’s experiences as a point of departure, the exhibition sheds light on the creative breakthroughs of young local artists in different mediums including installation art, new media and photography, which ushered in the rise of new artistic experimentation and formats. In addition to the showcase of artworks by seven representative artists and artist collectives, the exhibition features a restaging of iconic art spaces of the time, as well as an archival section, re-presenting the significant shifts in Hong Kong’s art scene during the era.
Participating artists include Chan Yuk-keung, Choi Yan-chi, May Fung, Ellen Pau, Joseph Fung, the founding members and the 2nd generation of Para/Site (Tsang Tak-ping, Leung Chi-wo, Sara Wong, Patrick Lee, Man Ching-ying, Phoebe, Leung Mee-ping and Leung Po-shan, Anthony), and the co-founders of NuNaHeDuo (Lee Ka-sing, Holly Lee, Patrick Lee, Lau Ching-ping and Wong Kai-yu Blues).
Presented by the Leisure and Cultural Services Department
Organised by the Hong Kong Museum of Art
Co-curated by Janet Fong and the HKMoA
ABOUT THE ARTIST / ORGANISEREstablished in 1962, HKMoA is the first public art museum in the city, now custodian of an art collection of over 17,000 items, representing the unique cultural legacy of Hong Kong's connection across the globe. By curating a wide world of contrasts, from old to new, Chinese to Western, local to international, with a Hong Kong viewpoint, we aspire to refreshing ways of looking at tradition and making art relevant to everyone, creating new experiences and understanding.
- 5 March 2021
- 24 April
- Event Category:
- Design, Multimedia, Painting, Photography
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