Previous Exhibitions / 2011

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I River of Spirit I Passion for Homeland I Twists and Turns I Journeys of the Heart I Second Look
I Serve The PeopleWill It Still Rain Tomorrow? I Gates: Spirit of a City I Art HK 2011 I
I An Event of Le French May - DUET I Art Beijing 2011 I 100 Million Years' Landscape I
I On the Edge of Water I AHAFHK 11 I China Climate I




Art Beatus (Vancouver) Consultancy Ltd.
, October 7 - December 24, 2011 top |

River of Spirit

In a wall-installation of approximately 100 ink wash drawings, primordial and aqueous lifeforms, plants and other familial matter virtually come to life as they appear to glide and move about effortlessly on the paper.





Art Beatus Hong Kong (Peel Street), December 1 - 22, 2011 | top |

Passion for Homeland

For over a quarter of a century, Feng Xuemin has doggedly recorded his personal encounters with the scenic spots in China and documented his passion for his motherland.





Art Beatus Hong Kong (Peel Street), November 3 - 23, 2011
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Twists and Turns

The paintings of Mimi Chen Ting sum up her emotions towards the natural mishaps and political events that emerge in the world around her. The works help her bear witness to significant occurrences which are beyond her control.




Art Beatus Hong Kong (Peel Street), October 6 - 26, 2011 | top |

Journeys of the Heart

The paper collage works of Hiroe Matsushita are neither for the impatient nor for those who have no time for premium pieces.  Her works encapsulate the serene depiction of all the soul-searching journeys that she has made.




Art Beatus (Vancouver) Consultancy Ltd.
, July 15 - September 9, 2011 top |


Second Look

By deliberately disturbing the recording of objects-in-focus through a barrier in his camera, Xu Yong forces viewers to switch from the accepted concept of ‘capturing an image of the world’ to ‘capturing an image made possible by photography’.






Art Beatus Hong Kong (Peel Street), September 8 - 24, 2011
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Serve The People

One of Li You's wood works, exemplifies his particular way in stating his view. The work is his explicit tributes to the popular political slogan that can be seen almost everywhere in China and often come in scripts after Chairman Mao.




Art Beatus Hong Kong (Peel Street), June 10 - 28, 2011
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Will It Still Rain Tomorrow?

Working within the grey scale and with a tint of brown colour, Shou’s depictions are mostly about rainy days. The emotional feeling grasped, the weather recorded and the shades of grey fit well in evoking old memories thus making other colours superfluous.





Art Beatus (Vancouver) Consultancy Ltd., April 29 - June 24, 2011 top |


Gates: Spirit of a City

The destruction of the historical, cultural and artistic element to these sites provoked artist, Weizhi Zhang to paint a series of the old gates, preserving his homeland’s culture and Chinese history while capturing his memories of Old Beijing.





Art Beijing, May 25 - 29, 2011 | top |

Hong Kong International Art Fair 2011

Art Beatus (Hong Kong) is pleased to announce its participation in Hong Kong International Art Fair from May 25 - 29, 2011. 





Art Beatus Hong Kong (Peel Street), May 5 - 27, 2011
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As part of the event "Le French May", Duet is an aesthetic presentation of two artists, Vincent Breed and Louis Boudreault, who work with two totally different media for one joint celebration of contemporary creativity.







Art Beijing, April 29 - May 2, 2011
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Art Beijing Contemporary Art Fair 2011

Art Beatus (Hong Kong) is pleased to announce its participation in Art Beijing Contemporary Art Fair from April 29 - May 2, 2011. 





Art Beatus Hong Kong (Peel Street), April 7 - 28, 2011
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100 Million Years' Landscape

The meandering river of time has chronicled the development history of mankind while history itself documents of the intrigues of the rises and falls as well as the juxtapositions of brightness and shadiness of times. This project narrates and explores the realm of the continuation and probability of human civilization and that, of course, embraces its past, present and future.





Art Beatus (Vancouver) Consultancy Ltd., February 11 - April 8, 2011 top |

On the Edge of Water

The new works of Tomoyo Ihaya are poignant and moving with themes of water, food, life and death reflecting the artist’s deep curiosity and affection for the lives of people in different parts of the world.





Asia Top Gallery Hotel Art Fair, February 25 - 27, 2011
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Art Beatus (Hong Kong) is pleased to announce its participation in Asia Top Gallery Hotel Art Fair from February 25 - 27, 2011. 


 


Art Beatus Hong Kong (Peel Street), January 5 - 27, 2011 | top |


China Climate

"On each of her canvases, Josephine Do has appropriated and distorted imageries of traditional Chinese paintings blending them with propaganda images to suggest an overall calm and happiness but uncertainties about the changing views of the past".


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