October 2016

Sculpture Biennale 2016 (Fine Art Asia)

Venue one: Fine Art Asia 2016, Asia’s leading international fine art fair, will return to the Hong Kong Convention and Exhibition Centre from Sunday 2nd to Wednesday 5th October 2016, with a VIP Preview and Vernissage on Saturday 1st October.

Date: 2-5 October 2016
Hong Kong Convention and Exhibition Centre, Wan Chai


Venue two: Hong Kong Baptist University, Kaitak Campus. 

Date: TBC

May 2015

Ceramics Show by Non-ceramics Artists

Ceramics, a special term for man-made fired clay objects, carries the context of ceramics tradition and culture. It roots in making singular objects by hands with raw material and craftsmanship. Yet the development of contemporary art has moved away from hands to brains, from raw materials to found objects, from singularity to multiplicity of information. The contemporary world is full of simulacra, as if nothing is physical and singular. Contemporary art tends to be media and image obsessed. For Annie Wan, curator, this exhibition looks into the distance of ceramics from the simulacrum-discourse and aims to open the possibilities of contemporary ceramics art. 


April 2015

Haimen IST Glass Installation

Major feature of the street elevation is the metal bridge structure that spans between the two buildings. I decided to use this as a supporting structure to position a large scale abstract ‘sign’ to draw attention to the site in a dynamic and unique manner.
Two monumental scale panels of different tones of glass, one located to the street side of the IST and the other to the courtyard side.


November 2014

UCL Alumni Gathering 2014

The event showcased artwork from UCL professionals – Prof. John Aiken, Dr. Theresia Peng and Samson Lau. Contemporary bronze sculptures, pastel paintings and photomontages match Minotti’s latest furniture collection concordantly in Andante showroom. All guests indulged in signature peach champagne and enjoy the charming yet memorable night.