DESTINATION BERLIN | 21 September to 23 December 2012 |

Sep 08, 2012
DESTINATION BERLIN: the search of identity. In November 2009, when the city of Berlin was celebrating the 20th anniversary of the fall of the Berlin Wall, a twist of the fate brought together six international artists: Jacqueline Kooter (Amsterdam), Shirley Wiebe (Canada), Susana López F. (Spain), Thea Jentjens (Amsterdam), Wai Kit Lam (Hong Kong), Wai Yi Lai (Hong Kong). 1a Space presents Destination Berlin, a group exhibition about the search for individual and collective identity through the work that was created during their shared art residency in the city of Berlin. We start a journey through their different views and we explore different art techniques from graphite to read more...

Extension of Exhibition Period | Fresh Trend 2012 Art Graduates Joint Exhibition | 15/ 8- 8/ 9/2012

Aug 29, 2012
Organizer: Hong Kong Art Network Co-organizer: 1a space Supported by: Hong Kong Arts Development Council Supporting Organizations: Department of Fine Arts, The Chinese University of Hong Kong, Academy of Visual Arts, Hong Kong Baptist University, Hong Kong Art School, Art Beatus Gallery, Gallery Exit, Schoeni Gallery Curator: Leung Shiu Kee, Eric Artists:  Department of Fine Arts, The Chinese University of Hong Kong CHAN Suet Yi, CHAN Wai Yee, CHAN Wing Sang, CHIU Tsz Ting, CHU Ka Ki, KWONG Wing Kwan, LAU Kwan Yin, Anki, LAW Ka Nam, TSANG Lai Wa, WONG Yan Yin, Rachel Academy of Visual Arts, Hong Kong Baptist University CHAN Pak Kin, Brandon, CHAN Yuet Yi, CHONG Wai, Isa read more...

Kai Tak River Green Art Fest 2012 Exhibition: Is/Is Not Kai Tak River a Metaphor

Jun 15, 2012
Date: 22 June - 10 August 2012 Venue: 1a Space (Cattle Depot Artist Village) Participating artists: Overseas artists --- Alessandro Carboni(Italy), David Haley(U.K.), Ichi Ikeda(Japan), Yutaka Yano (Japan) Local artists --- Annie Wan, Chris Chan, Kingsley Ng, Chung Wai lan, Lo Chi Kit Artist profiles --- Opening cocktail: 6:30-9:30pm 22 June (With performance by participating overseas artists) Curator's Note: Kai Tak River is approximately 3 kilometers in length running through the old districts of Wong Tai Sin and Kowloon City in East Kowloon. Ten years ago or more, it was notorious for its stinky smell   and as o read more...