Exhibitions / 2004
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Art Beatus Hong Kong (Exchange Square), December 3 - 31, 2004 | top |
Bustling "e" Age
Works by Wang Nengtao
For years Wang has worked to bring "poster art" to a new height. His new series of paintings will help him achieve that. The skillful combinations of eye-catching contemporary phrases and the pastel-colored paintings will take the viewers' perception back a few decades ago to the revolutionary years of China but with a new twist.
Art Beatus (Vancouver) Consultancy Ltd, November 1, 2004 - January 8, 2005 | top |
Tis The Season!
Featuring Works by Qin Feng, Taiga Chiba, Toru Sugita, Kumiko Yasukawa
Art Beatus (Vancouver) is pleased to present a special collection of works to carry us from the smoky days of autumn into the cool, crisp days of winter. Featured works will include ink paintings by Qin Feng, ink paintings by Taiga Chiba, etchings by Toru Sugita, and photographic-based media by Kumiko Yakusawa.
Art Beatus Hong Kong (Exchange Square), November 4 - November 30, 2004 | top |
People - Plants - People
Works by Ren Rong
For over 15 years, Ren Rong has incessantly worked on an icon of his own: plant people. These organic creations resemble deviations of the century-old images of Chinese folk crafts of paper-cut. Ren presents them as embodiments featuring human heads and plant bodies. In his works, viewers often see heads, hands and other human features...
Art Beatus Hong Kong (Exchange Square), October 6 - October 30, 2004 | top |
A Collective Exhibition of Landscape Works by Artists from Canada, Switzerland and Hong Kong
Showing will be the minimal paintings of Qiu Shihua, a senior artist who now splits his working time in Basel, Switzerland and relaxing time in Shenzhen; landscape paintings by two Canadian artists of Chinese origin, Jack Zhou and Lo Shyh-Charng, and Wu Jiafu, a local artist who completed a series of oil paintings all on one topic - weeds.
Art Beatus (Vancouver) Consultancy Ltd., September 2 - October 22, 2004 | top |
Shen Qin was born in Nanjing, China and graduated in 1981 from the Jiangsu Art Academy in the Jiangsu province. A first class artist in China, Shen is known to be potentially one of the greatest contemporary painters working in Chinese colour and ink.
Art Beatus Hong Kong (Exchange Square), September 3 - October 2, 2004 | top |
Works by Ji Dachun
"Playful" is the best adjective to describe Ji Dachun, one of the leading contemporary artists from Beijing.
Art Beatus Hong Kong (Exchange Square), July 29 - August 28, 2004 | top |
A Collective Exhibition of Works: Photography, Calligraphy, Paintings and Mixed Media
Featuring Song Dong, Feng Xuemin, Zhuang Hui, Allen Chan, Xu Bing, Fung Mingchip, Cha Guojun, Shyh-Charng Lo, Ma Tselin, Qin Chong...
Art Beatus Hong Kong (Exchange Square), June 24 - July 24, 2004 | top |
Works of the Luo Brothers
Their series of “Welcome to the World’s Famous Brands” has been lauded as a tribute to the overwhelming consumerism in China in recent years. The joyous layouts of chubby babies carrying brand-named products have adorned numerous magazine covers and have been collected by art-lovers around the world.
Art Beatus Hong Kong (Exchange Square), June 3 - June 21, 2004 | top |
China's West and Canada's East
Landscape Paintings of Jack (Jie) Zhou
As a landscape painter, Jack Zhou has made a lot of trips to places depicting the sceneries close to his heart. In the upcoming exhibition at Art Beatus Gallery, Jack is going to show two series of paintings: sceneries of the western part of China, and the eastern part of Canada, the country that he adopted two years ago.
Art Beatus Hong Kong (Exchange Square), May 13 - May 29, 2004 | top |
Faces - Places
Paintings of Feng Zhengquan
Using the canvas and monochrome blue, Feng Zhengquan explores the comical side of people under pressure, and in his case, actual physical pressure.
Art Beatus Hong Kong (Exchange Square), April 20 - May 10, 2004 | top |
Civilization Landscapes of Qin Feng
The size of Qin Feng’s works has much to do with where he came from. He was raised in the grassland of the Xinjiang Region; viewers always have a feeling that the papers that he uses are not enough to hold his strokes.
Art Beatus (Vancouver) Consultancy Ltd., March/April 2004 | top |
Current Featured Artists - March / April 2004
Presenting Hye-Sun Baik, Kumiko Yasukawa, Sara Tse, and Rene Yung at Art Beatus (Vancouver) Consultancy Ltd.
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