HOT SUMMER ART NIGHT Muchen and Shao Yinong 02 Jul,2014|EXHIBITION NEWS

Come and join us for cocktails and music in Chai Wan for a last chance to see the “How” by Zhao Zhao at Platform China and “Spring & Autumn” by Shao Yinong & Muchen at 10 Chancery Lane Porjects.

About “How” by Zhao Zhao

Zhao Zhao (b. 1982) has captured significant attention from the art world in recent years. His works vary from installation, to performance, painting and photography. Keeping a distance from prevalent art concepts and the market, Zhao Zhao presents a younger generation’s thoguhts on the reality of contmeporary China through his emtional and persoanl experience of life. His first solo show in Hong Kong exhibits his newest site-specific installation, which invites audiences to contemplate themes of value, animism, and superstitution.

About “Spring & Autumn” by Shao Yinong & Muchen

Using the refined technique of traditional Suzhou embroidery, the works create highly detailed yet fragile images – These currencies have become symbols of certain periods in history representing the power and beliefs of political regimes and economic powers which once prevailed but whose time has now well-passed. This series of works have been ten years in the making and have been meticulously created by Suzhou’s most expert embroiderers on sheaths of transparent black silk lending them strength of imagery on an ephemeral and fleeting backdrop.

WHEN: Thrusday 3 July 2014, 7 – 9pm

WHERE: 601 (Platform China) and 604 (10 Chancery Lane Art Projects), Industrial City Phase One, 60 Wing Tai Rd, Chaiwan, Hong Kong


Free circulart shuttle bus: leaves from 10 chancery Lane Gallery in Central at 6:30pm, 7:30pm and 8:30pm; last bus leaves Chai Wan at 9:30pm

Cab: 15 mins form Central

Bus: Citybys route 788(express) from Jardine Jouse, Centrla, firsy stop after Island Eastern Corridor

MTR: Take mini-bus route 62 from Heng Fa Tsuen station (Exit A); or walking along chai Wan Road from Chai Wan station (Exit A) for a bout 15 minutes.

Driving: follow the Island east Corridor towards Chai Wan. Exit Siu Sai Wan (second building on the left)