Oscar Chan Yik Long, Chloe Cheuk, Ho Sin Tung, Andy Li, Stanley Shum, Sean Wong  

Sep 3 – Oct 3
Opening and artist talk (live-streamed on Facebook and Instagram): Thursday, Sep 3, 7pm

Courtesy Goethe Gallery, Hong Kong.

The exhibition Tongueless is the first programme in the “Civil Society, Arts and Mental Balance” series in September and October. Through the exhibition, the audience is invited to experience elements of mental issues for themselves.

KY Wong, curator of the exhibition, explains, “The artworks by six Hong Kong artists take a multitude of forms, exude a kind of rawness and authenticity which heightened the individuality of each person’s journey.”

“This exhibition serves to be the vehicle for self-expression that allows someone else a tiny glimpse into another world. The artworks demand engagement and draw attention to often otherwise silenced issues, experiences or perspectives”, added KY Wong.

Guided Tours with curator and artists:
Friday, Sep 4, 4 – 5pm
Saturday, Sep 19, 4 – 5pm
Free admission. Registration required.

Max Hattler / Review / November 30, 2019 

Goethe-Gallery, Goethe-Institut Hongkong
14/F Hong Kong Arts Centre
2 Harbour Road, Wanchai
T (852) 2802 0088
Mo-Fr 10am – 8.30pm
Sa 1 – 6pm

Established in Hong Kong for more than 20 years, the Goethe-Gallery is a non-profit art space promoting contemporary art from Germany and Hong Kong. Around ten exhibitions, including photography, painting, video and multi-media installation, are presented each year in the Goethe-Gallery and its adjacent Black Box Studio. The Goethe-Gallery is also a platform where art dialogues frequently take place.