Enter Jonathan Trayte’s seductive natural world where voluptuous supine forms are highly glossed, vegetables are creamed and cheese stripe-plated. Concerned with still life, organic forms and the mimicry of of domestic ornaments, Jonathan's vivid exhibition of meticulously painted bronze sculptures and aluminium paintings - his first in Hong Kong - elicit an intriguing marriage between natural forms and cultural mutation, and are bound to stir the feelings of hunger, lust and desire.
Having acheived considerable success in Tokyo, Beijing and Malaysia, Macanese "live" painter Fortes Pakeong Sequeira is launching his first solo exhibition in Hong Kong. Follow him along a soulful meander into his black and white dreamscape, where morbid yet beautiful imagery of organs, plants, ghosts...more
In a sensational visual journey lined with new photographs, found photographs and personal writing, Tong pays homage to his identity and past Hong Kong life straddled between two diverse cultures; one which prompted him to sing God Save The Queen at school, and the other steeped in the pensive relics of Mao Zedong and his revolution.
In a bid to bring on a burgeoning slice of British art scene to Hong Kong, Identity Art Gallery is pleased to present Emerging London, a joint exhibition showcasing oil paintings and mixed media collages by an exciting group of London-based artists, Chris Baker, Abigail Box, Aidan Doherty, Roxy Topia and Paddy Gould. more