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I The Tale of the Heike I Marilyn Monroe & Friends I Milkshake I Plants, Creatures and Other Animals I
I Amusement Park I Group of Four: Chinese Canadian Artists at Art Beatus I
I 2006 FIFA World Cup Art Posters I Icons I Artposters for 2006 FIFA World Cup Germany I
I Mindscape I Songs of Nature I Illustrious Moments of Louise Cha's Novel I Winter Group Exhibition I

Art Beatus (Vancouver) Consultancy Ltd., September 15 - November 17, 2006 | top |

The Tale of the Heike

A Japanese Epic Presented Through the Magic of Dolls Created by Tomoka Ike

On display will be 19 dolls, each representing a major character from “The Tale of the Heike”, a story which takes place in the mid to latter part of 12th century Japan.  Ike immigrated to Canada just over 25 years ago; shortly after her arrival, she began making dolls.  Unique and special, her work is exquisite – the luxurious fabrics used to dress the dolls and the finely detailed facial expressions clearly reflect the personality of any character she creates.  In working with the “Heike” theme, she has interpreted how she sees these historical figures and has made them her own.

Art Beatus Hong Kong (Exchange Square), September 27 - October 17, 2006 | top |

Marilyn Monroe & Friends

Sam Shaw (1912-1999) took photographs for the covers of Life and Look magazines in the fifties. He made his name in the cinema world with his captivating photographs of Marlon Brando in "A Streetcar Named Desire". Now, after more than half a century, Sam Shaw is preeminently remembered for his candid shoots of Marilyn Monroe.

Art Beatus Hong Kong (Exchange Square), September 1 - 23, 2006 | top |


Oil paintings of Han Yajuan

Milkshake is used to name the exhibition because of its relationship to milk and sugar. Viewers can easily feel the sweetness as well as the smoothness of homogenous milk in the works of Han Yajuan.

Art Beatus (Vancouver) Consultancy Ltd., June 19 - September 1, 2006 | top |

Plants, Creatures and Other Animals

Featuring New and Past Works by Taiga Chiba and Miuh Yang

Summer is a time which promises warmth and sunshine, moments of play and lazy days.  Trees and flowers are in full bloom and the world in which we live is bursting with life and activity.  Featured works by artists, Taiga Chiba and Miuh Yang could not be more fitting for the summer season.

Art Beatus Hong Kong (Exchange Square), August 8 - 26, 2006 | top |

Amusement Park

Works of five Fine Art Department graduates from the Chinese University of Hong Kong:
Michelle Lee Ho Wing, Flora Fok Sau Ha, Natalie Lo Lai Lai, Chin Po Ki and Law Yuk Mui

This exhibition is made possible with the assistance of the Fine Art Department of the Chinese University of Hong Kong and the Annie Wong Art Foundation. The young artists are Michelle Lee, Flora Fok, Natalie Lo, Chin Po Ki and Law Yuk Mui.

Art Beatus Hong Kong (Exchange Square), June 28 - July 28, 2006 | top |

Group of Four: Chinese Canadian Artists at Art Beatus

Featuring works by Henry Ho, Shyh-Charng Lo, Andrew Lui, and Jack Zhou

As part of Festival Canada, The Canadian Chamber of Commerce in Hong Kong is proud to present, "Group of Four - Chinese Canadian Artists at Art Beatus".

The public are invited to view the Chinese work of four Canadian artists:  Henry Ho from Toronto, Shyh-Charng Lo from Vancouver, Andrew Lui from Montreal and Jack Zhou from Toronto.

Art Beatus (Vancouver) Consultancy Ltd., February 13 - May 26, 2006 | top |

2006 FIFA World Cup Art Posters

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

The Luo Brothers, represented by Art Beatus, are one of 14 international finalists who were selected to create official posters for the 2006 FIFA World Cup Germany.  When the Chinese national football team lost to Japan, China lost its chance to play in the World Cup games.  China’s name however, is back in the 2006 FIFA World Cup arena with the success of the Luo Brothers artwork design being selected for the World Cup.

Art Beatus Hong Kong (Exchange Square), April 28 - May 19, 2006 | top |


Works of Gao Zengli

Gao Zengli paints mainly objects that trigger feelings and emotions set deep in his heart. His four most commonly used objects are: the religious pagoda from way back when, the dragon robe of kings and emperors, the tunics which are better known to the world as the Mao's jackets and the portrait of Mao himself.

Art Beatus Hong Kong (Exchange Square), March 30 - April 21, 2006 | top |

Artposters for 2006 FIFA World Cup Germany

An Exhibition of the Official World Cup Posters Designed by 14 World-Renowned Artists

To arouse global attention to the matches, the promotional arm of FIFA selected 14 world-renowned artists in 2004 and asked each of them to design an official poster for the World Cup. Among the 14 artists, five are from Germany, two from Great Britain, and one each from China, Japan, Ghana, Nigeria, Brazil, Australia and the United States.

Art Beatus Hong Kong (Exchange Square), March 3 - 25, 2006 | top |


Works of Yuan Shun

Mindscape is Yuan Shun's conceptual record of the mental landscape that he has as well as his link to the past and future.

Up to now, Yuan has built a series twelve installations with sands and other materials.  After finishing each construction, he keeps visual records (photographs and videos) of his creation before dismantling the whole setting.

Art Beatus Hong Kong (Exchange Square), February 10 - 28, 2006 | top |

Songs of Nature

Works of Yuan Shun

Aged 61, Margocsy has received no formal drawing training. He started his artistic pursuit in 1974 painting murals for children's nurseries. After four years, he became deeply interested in doing wildlife art and became a member of "The Wildlife Art Society of Australiasia".

Art Beatus Hong Kong (Exchange Square), January 4 - 14 and 17 - 27, 2006 | top |

Illustrious Moments of Louis Cha's Novels

Paintings of Tung Pui Sun

Louis Cha is a legendary writer whose martial art novels have been screen-played into numerous movies and serial dramas on television, and readers of martial art novels also familiar with Tung Pui-sun, who did thousands of illustrations for newspapers and magazines to accompany martial art and detective novels in Hong Kong and Taiwan.  The irony is: Tung and Cha appreciated one another but missed an opportunity to work together some 40 years ago. As a result, Tung has not drawn any illustration for any of Cha's novels.

Art Beatus (Vancouver) Consultancy Ltd., December 5, 2005 - February 3, 2006 | top |

Winter Group Exhibition

Featuring Works by Qin Feng, Won Seok Lim, Miuh Yang, and Cheung Yee

Abstract ink works by Qin Feng, snow-themed paintings by Won Seok Lim, cozy mixed media works by Miuh Yang, and striking paper castings by Cheung Yee.

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