ART SERIES III | 'Habitat Hong Kong' Group Art Show
As part of Habitat's ongoing series of Inspired Experiences across Art | Lifestyle | Design, we are delighted to showcase this exclusive Hong Kong Group Art Show, curated by William Furniss.
Featuring select works from nine talented artists based in Hong Kong, across a diverse range of disciplines, this art exhibition celebrates the magnificence of the city we love, spotlighting the talent and vibrance of the Hong Kong art scene.
Polo Bourieau | Norman of Brackinghe | Joseph Ellul | Veronica Emery | Caleb Fung | William Furniss | Eleanor McColl | Palani Mohan | Pauline Yau
"Hong Kong is a paradise. By many measures it is the world’s greatest city. We have been through challenging times, both for the city and its people.
With these artists' works, all of whom deeply love Hong Kong and have spent most, if not all of their lives in Hong Kong, I have sought to highlight the wonderful things about this place we call home.
This exhibition is meant as an antidote to what we have all been through, a reminder of just how magnificent a place Hong Kong is, and will be again."
Viewing by Appointment Only
ABOUT THE ARTISTS
Norman de Brackinghe
Norman de Brackinghe has lived in Hong Kong since 1976, originally exhibiting watercolour landscapes. However, through discovering photography, he found he could explore the world of abstraction, which was also close to his heart.
For many years, he was the Director of an international publishing company in Hong Kong and has been involved in Design and the Graphic Arts his entire life.