Guided viewing: "Nothin’ Like the Taste of Print" at Hanart TZ Gallery & "The Tsunami of Butterfly" at KC100 Art Space

Date :
Saturday, 25 Jun 2022
Time :
14:30 "Nothin' Like the Taste of Print"; 15:30 "The Tsunami of Butterfly"
Venue :
Hanart TZ Gallery, 2/F Mai On Industrial Building, 19 Kung Yip Street, Kwai Chung & KC100 Art Space, 100 Kwai Cheong Rd, Kwai Chung
Cost :
$150 Member; $250 Non-member
Limit :
Enquiries :
Mary Zhang at [email protected] or Patricia Lee at [email protected] / 2241-5507
Note :
Attendees are required by the venues, except those exempted, to scan the "LeaveHomeSafe" QR code and comply with the requirement of the Vaccine Pass.

The HKU Museum Society is pleased to present two guided viewings at the Hanart TZ Gallery and KC100 Art Space. The first exhibition Nothin’ Like the Taste of Print at the Hanart TZ Gallery will be guided by one of the exhibiting artist Michelle Fung. The second exhibition Alfred Cheng Solo Exhibition The Tsunami of Butterfly at KC100 Art Space will be guided by the artist Alfred Cheng and the art director at KC100 Art Space.

Nothin’ Like the Taste of Print

Hanart TZ Gallery, in collaboration with MablePrintClay, presents the group exhibition “Nothin’ Like the Taste of Print”, shining a light on 21 up-and-coming Hong Kong printmakers. There will be over 80 artworks in this exhibition, providing a rich ground for exploration of the aesthetic appeal and technical richness of fine art prints. Founded in 2014, MarblePrintClay now serves as a hub for the local printmaking art scene, and is dedicated to nurturing younger printmakers by organising workshops and offering professional artistic support.

About Michelle Fung

Hong Kong Canadian interdisciplinary artist Michelle Fung’s lifelong interdisciplinary oeuvre revolves around a grand dystopian world-building narrative in year 2084. Her works have been presented extensively in international museum, gallery and university exhibitions and film festivals.


The Tsunami of Butterfly

KC100 Art Space introduces the latest solo exhibition of Hong Kong based thread artist, Alfred Cheng – “The Tsunami of Butterfly” – using one simple line to link up the relationship between courage and destiny; connecting the striking transformation of butterflies with those who may be lost. “Even if you’re in the midst of a difficult time, keep in mind that you were once a butterfly, coming out of a cocoon, in pursuit of transformation.”