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Relocation Notice

March 19, 2013
Dearest Friends,


We will soon re-locate to Chai Wan in order to provide larger space for presenting more diversify, creative and professional art exhibition to all of you. Details will be announce in due course.
Thank you for your attention.


Va Gallery

One Country Two Creations Joint Exhibition

February 19, 2013
VA Gallery will launch a Joint exhibition of One Country Two Creations on Mar 1, 2013.

Mainland China has the implementation of socialism with Chinese characteristics and democratic centralism. The socialist system and policies shall not be practiced in Hong Kong, and the previous capitalist system and way of life shall remain unchanged. For Hong Kong, except defense and foreign affairs, we can have the right of high degree of autonomy and to participate in international affairs. This is known as the "Hong Kong people ruling Hong Kong and a high degree of autonomy". Growing up in such a different environment and education, artists from China and Hong Kong will nurture different artistic concepts and content of expression. This time, VA Gallery presents a joint exhibition of “One Country Two Creations” which highlights the two differences of art and culture.

The participant artists include Fan Mingzheng, Kang Haitao, Ling Chin Tang Parry, Shen Liang, Tsang Chui Mei, Vivian Poon, Wu Haizhou

The exhibition will continue until Apr 10, 2013.

Chinese New Year Public Holiday

February 11, 2013
Due to chinese new year public holidays, VA Gallery is closed from Saturday 9th February, to Thursday 14th February. Our gallery will open again on Friday 15th February, 1:00 - 7:30 pm. We would like to take this opportunity to wish you a very happy and prosperous Year of the Snake!

Contemporary Chinese Ink Painting Joint Exhibition

December 12, 2012
VA Gallery will launch a Joint exhibition of Contemporary Ink Painting on Dec 16, 2012.

Over 2000 years of history, generations of scholars and artists went on sustained practice and polish, ink painting in China has become an important characterization of Chinese culture. Time goes by, today is quite an orientation in the era belonging to the legend that possess a truly artistic language and simultaneously a concept of continuous pursue with new breakthrough. Ink painting is unexpectedly in the progress of transmutation at this century of modern times.

VA Gallery invites the mainland and Hong Kong, 7 artists of all ages exhibiting their exceptional exploration and artistic fulfillment, creating distinctive individual aspect of typical works. They are important representative roles of the mainland and Hong Kong in Contemporary Ink Art. The participating artists include Liang Quan, Tan Jun, Wei Qingji, Wang Chuan, Yan Shanchun, Yu Aijun (China Mainland) and Ng Kwun Lung Tony (Hong Kong).

The exhibition will continue until Feb 26, 2013.

Tung Wah Group of Hospitals Charity Auction 2012

December 10, 2012
VA Gallery donates Xiong Yu's work "Ladder Man" for Tung Wah Group of Hospitals in TVB Charity Auction this year.All money collected will be fully proceed in donation ofcharitable purposes for Tung Wah Group of Hospitals. The auction will be broadcasted on TVB tonight.

Kang Haitao Solo Exhibition

October 9, 2012
VA Gallery will be holding a solo exhibition of an important post 70’s Chinese artist Kang Haitao on Oct 13.

Kang Haitao was born in Chongqing in 1976, graduated from the Sichuan Acadamy of Fine Arts in 2000. He lives in Chengdu.Kang Haitao rendered his language in art with combining his own life experience. This process in creating transforms to perceiving. Throughout his childhood, he was grown up in the mountain city of Chongqing. He played in vacant buildings and scenery, longing for the aroma of the night. Later he tried in depicting the night scenery and accomplished in skillful techniques. He located night scenery on the screen of his art works, the audiences consequently embrace the ingredients of night. His works hovering between abstract and realism, and the cross induction clashes subtle factors. This indicates the superior of his peers amongst the young artists. His achievements are obtained amidst the status of China’s new generation of art community.

His paintings play extreme adoption to concepts and forms, from the spiritual level as well as metaphysical. Today’s popular wave like figurative drawing, this validation is extremely rare. It costs us in notifying and investigating.

The exhibition will end on Dec 12.

Asia Contemporary Art Show HK 2012

October 4, 2012
We are pleased to announce our participation in Asia Contemporary Art Show this year.

ACAS will take place in Grand Hyatt Hong Kong from October 4-7, 2012, and will be exhibiting with thousands of stunning and accessibly priced works in over 70 guest rooms. Our show room will be in 1209, and we will present a selection of work by our internationally acclaimed artists, as well as young emerging artists. We look forward to see you there.

VIP tickets and standard tickets are now available online, but VIP tickets will not be offered at the Show.

http://www.asiacontemporaryart.com/tickets/

Made in China —— Fang Lijun, Sui Jianguo

August 14, 2012
VA Gallery will present “Made in China —— Fang Lijun, Sui Jianguo” exhibition with opening on 8 Sep, 2012. This exhibition showcases the typical works from prints of Fang Lijun and series of sculpture from Sui Jianguo. The works of this exhibition are definitely the representative notion from the two artists.

They are the most significant artists of Chinese Contemporary art. Fang Lijun, as the most critical role in the Post 89 China new artistic current, has created a series of works since 1988 —— “The Bald Popi” image became a classic semiotics. Sui Jianguo, as known as “the Sculptor of Conceptual Direction go the earliest and furthest”, he maneuvers between the official position of the form and historical perception. Simultaneously, he brings sculpture into a fully heart-searching of China Modern Artistic practice with an implication of the symbol of the times.

Fang Lijun was born in Handan, Heibei in 1963. He was graduated from the Printmaking Department of Central Academy of Fine Arts in 1989. Sui Jianguo was born in Qingdao in 1956, he was graduated from Postgraduate Course, the Sculpture Department of The Central Academy of Fine Arts. The exhibition will be ended on 9 October.

Phase of Heart —– Abstract Art Group Exhibition I

July 24, 2012
VA Gallery will present “Phase of Heart-----Abstract Art Group Exhibition I on 4 Aug 2012. In the recent years, Chinese abstract art has been acclaimed maximum attention by domestic and international art world. VA Gallery selects meticulously the important artists from region of mainland China and Hong Kong to showcase the viewing platform of the Chinese abstract art to us.

Due to abstract art is obscured behind from reality, we impose “Phase of Heart” as the title. It results from real life at a height of detachment and the inner move is fully mobilized by the core activities of creative form. This advance form just accurately reflect the heart with unaware of truth. Old China since the ancient times, in observation of people - all the spirit inside, all the form outside; heart identifiable through phase. In adopting the ancient concept to read people, we merely observe the face of people turning into observe the face of painting, and hence observe the back of ourselves.

The exhibition will be the emphasized event by VA Gallery and also become the constantly annual activities. The exhibition will end on 4 Sept 2012.

L’officiel Art Magazine

July 24, 2012
We are honour that the issue July 2012 in magazine L'official Art, China has marked the fraction of our macro perspective to the art society.