Previous Exhibitions / 2005

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I Conserve Memory I Abstract Forms I 2006 FIFA World Cup Art Posters I Yue Min Jun I
I Black WhiteGrey I The Motion in Calligraphy I Tokyo Art Fair I Pilgrim Progress I
I Sentimentally Yours I Simultaneity I KARma I Chairplay I Senses I Reflection I
I Collect(ive) Imagery I Landscapes 2 I Fountain I Sans Frontiers I




Art Beatus Hong Kong (Exchange Square), December 2 to 24, 2005
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Conserve Memory

Ceramic works by Sara Tse

For years Sara Tse has been investigating how to turn an object into a tool for memory. She probably has accepted ceramic as the medium for her artistic creations and started transforming her memories of numerous garments and fabrics into ceramic sculptures.




Art Beatus Hong Kong (Exchange Square), November 8 to 26, 2005
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Abstract Forms

Works of Fung Mingchip

Fung Mingchip concentrates his creativity in three areas: seal carvings, sculptures and calligraphy. In the "Abstract Forms" exhibition at Art Beatus Gallery, Fung will show only his two-dimensional seal carvings as well as the conceptual three-dimensional extensions -- sculptures.




Art Beatus Hong Kong (Exchange Square), October 3 - 10, 2005 | top |

2006 FIFA World Cup Art Posters

An Exhibition of Official Posters for the 2006 FIFA World Cup Germany

The Luo Brothers, three young Chinese artists from Beijing, have succeeded in placing China's name back into the 2006 FIFA World Cup arena, being one of 14 international finalists whose works were selected to make up the official art posters for the world soccer events in Germany next year.






Art Beatus (Vancouver) Consultancy Ltd., September 9 to  November 8, 2005 | top |

Yue Min Jun

A Solo Presentation Silkscreen Prints

One of China’s most important avant-garde artists, Yue’s signature style is instantly recognizable and won him a spot in 1999 at the 48th Venice Biennale. Yue’s comical, almost pop-art-like works are infectious and humorous, yet the massive grin with more teeth than you would want to count is also mocking and a little unsettling.





Art Beatus Hong Kong (Exchange Square), September 2 to 29, 2005 | top |

Black  WhiteGrey

Works  of  Qin Chong

Black is the colour of Qin Chong. Occasionally, he may use red to accent or to arrest attention. The black in his works can be black oil paint, soot or carbon residue from direct or indirect burning. In fact, Qin is charting an untrotted path in the way how he approaches his works.





Art Beatus Hong Kong (Exchange Square), August 12 - 27, 2005
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The Motion in Calligraphy

Works by Henry Ho

Andrew Lui swam to Hong Kong in 1970 when he was 19 after serving as a Red Guard for two years during the Cultural Revolution and being sent to a reform farm for another two subsequent years.  His pilgrimage in life took him even further away after a brief stop, two years again, in Hong Kong to Ontario, Canada, where he studied art and established himself as one of the leading artists in Montreal.






Tokyo Art Fair, August 6 - 8, 2005 | top |

Art Beatus at Tokyo Art Fair

Art Beatus (Hong Kong) is pleased to announce its participation in The First Tokyo International Art Fair from August 6 to 8, 2005.






Art Beatus Hong Kong (Exchange Square), July 8 to 29, 2005
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Pilgrim Progress

Works of Andrew Lui

Andrew Lui swam to Hong Kong in 1970 when he was 19 after serving as a Red Guard for two years during the Cultural Revolution and being sent to a reform farm for another two subsequent years.  His pilgrimage in life took him even further away after a brief stop, two years again, in Hong Kong to Ontario, Canada, where he studied art and established himself as one of the leading artists in Montreal.





Art Beatus Hong Kong (Exchange Square), June 6 - 30, 2005 | top |

Sentimentally Yours

Works of Yang Yi

Yang Yi names the series of her latest paintings in this exhibition at Art Beatus Gallery "Dantian", one of the primal health and nerve hubs in the human body.





Art Beatus (Vancouver) Consultancy Ltd., June 2 - September 2, 2005 | top |

Simultaneity

A Solo Presentation of Paintings by Seung Won Suh

Art Beatus (Vancouver) is delighted to introduce the works of Seung Won Suh in a special solo presentation entitled, Simultaneity, a title based on the artist's series of abstract paintings with the same name.





Art Beatus Hong Kong (Exchange Square), May 9 - 28, 2005 | top |

KARma

Buddha Paintings of Ma Tselin

Ma Tselin started painting Buddha in 1998 and since then he has been doing just that and enjoys undisputable fame in Europe and around the world.





Art Beatus Hong Kong (Exchange Square), April 22 - May 6, 2005 | top |

Chairplay

Works of Freeman Lau

Freeman Lau has been developing ideas around chairs for quite a few years. He relentlessly works on this artistic pursuit as an escape from his hectic schedule overseeing a well-known design business.



Art Beatus Hong Kong (Exchange Square), April 1 - 20, 2005 | top | 

Senses

Photography Works of Jolans Fung

Jolans Fung chooses to use his works to tell us that the real capacity of photographs can go beyond the margins. 
In his solo exhibition at the Art Beatus Exchange Square space, Fung uses his photo works to encapsulate "sounds" so that we can "see", and to capture "images" so that we can "touch".





Art Beatus (Vancouver) Consultancy Ltd., March 29 - May 27, 2005
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Reflection

Featuring Works by Li Shuang and Won Seok Lim

Art Beatus (Vancouver) is pleased to present Reflection, featuring oil paintings on canvas by Li Shuang and acrylic on canvas works by Won Seok Lim.  Reflection offers a glimpse into the foundation of each artist’s personal experiences echoed through their art.





Art Beatus Hong Kong (Exchange Square), March 2 - 24, 2005 | top |

Collect(ive) Imagery

Introducing the works of four young Hong Kong artists:
 
Pauline Chan So Yee, Francis Wong Fung Kei, Yvette Fung Suk Ha, Ruby Cheng Pui Yee

In the Collect(ive) Imagery exhibition, Art Beatus Gallery will show the recent works of four young Hong Kong artists, Pauline Chan So Yee, Francis Wong Fung Kei, Yvette Fung Suk Ha and Ruby Cheng Pui Yee. They are all graduates of the BA (Fine Art) programme, jointly presented by the RMIT University, Australia and The Art School of the Hong Kong Arts Centre



Art Beatus Hong Kong (Exchange Square), Febuary 4 - 28, 2005 | top |

Landscapes 2

Works of Wang Xunliang

Wang borrows heavily from the language and techniques of traditional Chinese painting, twists them and turn them into something new. He names his series of works, Motion.



Art Beatus (Vancouver) Consultancy Ltd., January 14 - March 11, 2005 | top |

Fountain

Featuring Mixed Media Works of Tomoyo Ihaya

Primarily working in the area of printmaking and drawing, Tomoyo combines, ink, collage, and watercolour amongst other types of media onto Japanese paper-covered panels.  While the artist's works impart a gentle, uplifting feeling, they also give way to deeper thought, concentrating on the environmental theme of water, its necessity to all living creatures, and its nurturing of the spirit. 



Art Beatus Hong Kong (Exchange Square), January 14 - 31, 2005 | top |

Sans Frontiers

Ink Works of Water Poon

For over thirty years, Water Poon has built for himself a towering fame in the art of photography.  In recent years, Poon has occasionally worked with another medium – ink paintings. He internalizes his ideas and feelings releasing them through the ink brush in his hand. This aspect of creativity is done in between his photos and other projects.



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