Solo exhibitions of three Korean artists will also be featured at Harbour City’s shopping mall and public space from 14th March to 3rd April 2018 as an extension of the art extravaganza.

This year’s special exhibitions will bring the audience out of the box, reflecting the relationship between people, between humans and animals, and between humans and the nature: artist BYUN Dae-yong will showcase his series of “adorable but emaciated” polar bear sculptures at the Ocean Terminal Forecourt of Harbour City, leading the audience to ponder the effect of global warming on humans; Gallery by the Harbour will exhibit the artist ENJO’s works, which reverse the definitions of 2-dimension and 3-dimension; meanwhile at Atrium II of Gateway Arcade, there will be cute animal characters by the artist NOH Jun, bringing forth the message of “restoring relationships” and harmonious co-existence. Moreover, 「PERSPECTIVES OF LOVE GRAND ART BY GRAND MASTER CHAN」Contemporary Chinese Calligraphy on a giant traditional Chinese drawing paper (Xuan Paper) in 10m length and 3m by Mr. David Chan Tsze-wei, a well-known Hong Kong calligrapher, will be displayed at Atrium I of Gateway Arcade to uphold the universal message of “Love & Peace”.

Harbour City even extends art to children’s life and teams up with CreativeKids to host the “Tire Painting Fun @Harbour City” Art Workshop at the Atrium, G/F, Ocean Terminal, Harbour City from 24 March to 8 April 2018. 

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NOH Jun Solo Exhibition @ Atrium II, Gateway Arcade
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ENJO Solo Exhibition @ Gallery by the Harbour, Ocean Centre
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