“Harbour Art Fair 2019” Showcases Contemporary Art from Leading Asian Galleries
Explore the Trail of Korean Artists at Harbour City
Harbour City always strives to “Bring Art into Life” and become the venue for popular and inspirational art exhibitions in Asia.
In March, the art month of Hong Kong, Harbour City is pleased to announce the third edition of Harbour Art Fair, to be held from 29th March to 1st April 2019 at the 5-star Marco Polo Hongkong Hotel. An exciting selection of leading galleries from Asia and beyond will transform over 50 hotel rooms into a kaleidoscope of modern and contemporary art, showcasing photography, paintings, sculptures, ceramics and more.
Harbour Art Fair 2019
Date: 29th March – 1st April 2019
VIP and Media Preview: 29th March 2019 (Fri) 12:00 nn – 8:00 pm
General Admission: 30th March – 1st April 2019 (Sat – Mon) 12:00 nn – 8:00 pm
Venue: Marco Polo Hongkong Hotel
General Admission: HK$100 per ticket
Tickets are available at the following locations inside the Marco Polo Hongkong Hotel during the exhibition period:
– West side lobby (near Star Ferry Pier)
– Information desk located in front of the elevators on 12/F
For more details: https://www.harbourartfair.com/
Bringing the public closer to art, Harbour City will host “Art in Life” across the shopping mall and public space from 12thMarch to 3rd April 2019. This year’s Special Exhibitions will feature three acclaimed artists from South Korea, giving customers a chance for artistic discovery amid their shopping journeys.
“The Wave of Coexistence” Jang Se Il Solo Exhibition @ Forecourt, Ocean Terminal
With his Standard Animals series, Jang Se Il explores how animals respond to the rapidly changing manmade environment. In place of their smooth contours, Jang uses angled geometries and straight lines to depict familiar animals like polar bears and wolves. While human beings take pride in our achievements in “development”, have we taken into account our animal counterparts and their adaptation? Can we live with the changes they are forced to make?
“Sound of Nature” Lee Sung Ok Solo Exhibition @ Atrium II, Gateway Arcade
In response to the extensive damage that mankind has continuously inflicted upon nature, Lee Sung Ok creates a series of hanging insects made of stainless steel to bear her wishes for nature’s defence against the invasion. Their reflexive surfaces remind viewers to go through a process of self-inspection upon their symbiotic relationship with their immediate environment.
“My Black Rainbows” Henn Kim Solo Exhibition @ Gallery by the Harbour, Ocean Centre
Illustrator Henn Kim depicts a dreamy world of emotions with her signature monochrome illustrations. With familiar settings and characters, she portrays the modern world of loneliness, confusion and constraints with a touch of fantasy. The audience is bound to find traces of their own lives in her works.
“Art in Life” Special Exhibitions @Harbour City
Date: 12th March – 3rd April 2019
Venue: Ocean Terminal Forecourt, Gallery by the Harbour, Atrium II of Gateway Arcade
Time: 10am – 10pm