de Sarthe Gallery

T’ang Haywen

Jan 26 – Mar 16
Opening: Saturday, Jan 26, 4.30 – 6.30pm

Untitled by T’ang Haywen, Ink on Kyro card, diptych. 70 x 100 cm, 1971-73. 

The gallery is pleased is pleased to announce its second solo exhibition for T’ang Haywen, one of the three most important Chinese Post-war artists from the French diaspora, along with Zao Wou-Ki and Chu Teh-Chun. T’ang Boogie: film d’artiste & featured rare paintings opens January 26, and highlights an avant-garde 1973 film created by the artist in collaboration with filmmaker Tom Tam. A selection of rare paintings used in the film will also be displayed in the exhibition.

20/F Global Trade Square,
No. 21 Wong Chuk Hang Road
T (852)2167 8896
Tu-Sa 11am – 7pm

de Sarthe Gallery was founded in 1977 in Paris, later establishing galleries in America and most recently in Hong Kong and Beijing. In the Hong Kong space, the gallery represents and exhibits a diverse spectrum of international artists, from important French Impressionists to Asian and Western modern and Post-War masters to a new generation of emerging artists.

Represented artists:

Ju Anqi
Liang Ban,
Lin Jingjing
Lu Xinjian
Lin Zhipeng,
Ma Sibo
Wang Guofeng
Wang Xin
Zhou Wendou