Hanart 100: Idiosyncrasies Art Exhibition at Hong Kong Art Centre

Hanart 100: Idiosyncrasies - Wang Guangyi, Self-Criticism: Foot, Tooth, Tongue, 1992
By   /  January 8, 2014

From the 18th January till the 3rd February, Hanart TZ Gallery and Hong Kong Art Centre will be presenting a major exhibition in celebration of Hanart’s 30th anniversary.  Entitled Hanart 100:Idiosyncrasies, the exhibition is meant to focus on not only the art objects but also the conceptual framework of Chinese contemporary art.

Curated by the owner of Hanart, Chang Tsong-Zung and Professor Gao Shiming together with researchers of Institute of Contemporary Art and Social Thought (China Academy of Art), the exhibition will be showing the selected one hundred significant Chinese contemporary artworks.

The exhibition intents to reflects a particular interpretation of Chinese modern art history. For all of you who wonder what happened in the Chinese art market in the past thirty years, this free admission exhibition is definitely worth checking out.


  • Dates: 18 Jan – 3 Feb 2014
  • Time: 10:00am – 8:00pm
  • Venue: Pao Galleries, Hong Kong Art Centre, 2 Harbour Road, Wanchai


Hanart 100: Idiosyncrasies - Zhou Chunya, A Portrait Tied to an Outcropping of Rocks, 1992Zhou Chunya, A Portrait Tied to an Outcropping of Rocks, 1992

Hanart 100: Idiosyncrasies - Wong Wucius, Comtemplation #10, 1988Wong Wucius, Comtemplation #10, 1988

By The Altermodernist

Photo credits: Hanart TZ Gallery


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