Where Have All the Flowers Gone - Debe Sham
Grotto at Art Basel Hong Kong, Booth 1C05
May 27 - 29, 2022, Private preview May 25 - 26, 2022
Featuring Artists: CHAN Kwan-lok, CHAN Siu-ying, Zaffer, CHOI Yuk-kuen, Bouie, FONG Tsz-leong, Argus, HUNG Fai, KOON Wai-bong, LAM Yau-sum, LEE Bovey, LEE Chin-fai, Danny, LING Pui-sze, SHAM Debe, SHUM Kwan-yi, TAM Tak-hei, WAI Pong-yu, WONG Yee-ki, XIE Chengxuan, YAU Wing-fung, YIU Tung-wing, Wenda
GROTTO SCULPTURE SERIES VIII - BE LIKE WATER, MY FRIENDS
*Thanks to the recent pandemic situation, the exhibition will be in a virtual format/ private preview by appointment only.
Tai Kwun Artists’ Studio Programme 2021 - Debe Sham – See You Around
To celebrate a special Christmas amidst the pandemic, the current Tai Kwun artist-in-residence Debe Sham is giving away her homemade wooden spinning tops in honour of the resilient and energetic people of Hong Kong, including the Visitor Experience team at Tai Kwun. As the first point of contact, the Visitor Experience team offers assistance and information to visitors. This project highlights the Visitor Experience team’s presence and contribution—if you are lucky enough to find those wearing a red badge on 24 December, don’t forget to get a free mini sculpture by greeting them with the secret code “Merry Christmas!”. The artist may even be around to capture the lucky moment.
Click for more: https://www.taikwun.hk/en/programme/detail/debe-sham-see-you-around/926
Tai Kwun Artists’ Studio Programme 2021
With artists’ studios and residency apartments in the historic former residential quarters (Block 06 and 07) of Tai Kwun,
Tai Kwun’s Residency Programme hosts artists, performers, art practitioners, curators, architects, researchers, writers,
educators, and academics.
A hybrid parallel conference and workshop event of Shared Campus
On hybrid mode: Tai Kwun Contemporary, Hong Kong (on-site) and Migros Museum für Gegenwartskunst, Zurich (online)
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好想藝術 ( 無用 /雕塑家_岑愷怡 : 11/10/2020) 監製：Lily Yu
Courtesy of Madam März
Courtesy of Art Basel and 1a space
Courtesy of Casphalt
Courtesy of International Festival of Arts And Ideas