All posts tagged: Alisan Fine Arts

Ming Fay’s Artistic Journey
A Panel Discussion

Ming Fay’s Artistic JourneyA Panel DiscussionTuesday, Nov 15, 20226pm – 7pm  RSVP Alisan Fine Arts21/F Lyndhurst Tower, 1 Lyndhurst TerraceCentral, Hong Kong+852 2526 1091Monday – Saturday, 10am – 6pm alisan.com.hk Panelists includeParker Fay, Director of Ming Fay Art StudioLau Kin Wai, Art CriticMichelle Wong, Researcher and curatorModerated by Daphne King, Director of Alisan Fine Arts Talk will be bilingual in English and Chinese. Also live-stream on Instagram @alisanfinearts In celebration of the launch of Ming Fay’s monograph Journey into Nature, we are happy to present a panel discussion on Fay’s artistic journey. Ming Fay, internationally renowned Chinese diaspora sculptor, installation artist, and professor. He was born in Shanghai, raised up in Hong Kong and has since settled in New York to develop his artistic career. Fay’s work, which draws on his extensive knowledge of both Eastern and Western horticulture and mythologies, primarily comments upon the symbiotic relationship between humans and nature, such as his iconic large fruit sculptures and hanging Money Tree installations. Currently his work is on display at Philadelphia Museum of Art, USA until June 2023.  Exhibition Journey into Nature continues until 24 December 2022.

Lui Shou-kwan at Alisan Fine Arts

Lui Shou-kwan Hong Kong LandscapesDec 2 – Mar 12, 2022 Alisan Fine Arts21/F Lyndhurst Tower, 1 Lyndhurst TerraceCentral, Hong Kong+852 2526 1091Monday – Saturday, 10am – 6pm http://www.alisan.com.hk Alisan Fine Arts is proud to present Hong Kong Landscapes, its sixth solo exhibition for ink master Lui Shou-kwan (1919-1975).   With a focus on Lui’s modern landscape paintings from the 1950s and 1960s, the paintings on display literally follow Lui’s footsteps while he visits the various sites around Hong Kong Island. They include iconic landmarks such as Victoria Harbour, Victoria Peak, Lion Rock, Happy Valley, and the beautiful beaches of Repulse Bay and Shek O, as well as the various hills and valleys in the country parks.  Through these works one can trace the extra-ordinary techniques that Lui developed to meticulously depict the changing seasons, weather, and the various times of day while maintaining the literati spirit of traditional ink painting. Liu was painting these landscapes all the while when he was working on his iconic Zen paintings.  This exhibition is the third in a series of important shows …

Tai Xiangzhou, Zhang Yirong

Sep 13 – Oct 21 Opening: Wednesday, Sep 13, 6 – 8pm   Alisan Fine Arts (Central) The gallery  is proud to showcase a joint exhibition of the two celebrated young ink artists. The show features Tai’s ethereal landscape paintings and Zhang’s larger than life meticulous paintings of flowers and butterflies in painstaking detail. While Zhang’s works were featured in Beyond the Jade Terrace, a group exhibition organized by the gallery in 2014 for four young women Chinese ink artists, this is the first time we will be exhibiting Tai’s paintings.   21/F Lyndhurst Tower 1 Lyndhurst Terrace, Central T (852) 2526 1091 Email Web Mo-Sa 10:30 am to 5:30 pm Alisan Fine Arts was founded in 1981. Over the years it has organised more than 100 exhibitions for Chinese artists living around the world. Through these exhibitions and other events, Alisan has brought to Hong Kong and other parts of Asia established international Chinese Artists including Zao Wouki, Chu Teh Chun, Gao Xingjian, Chao Chung Hsiang, John Way and Fay Ming, Walasse Ting and Hsiao Chin. …