Artistic Crosscurrents from Guangdong: Selected Painting and Calligraphy from Late Qing to Republican China (Collection of the Art Museum, The Chinese University of Hong Kong)
The exhibition showcases a host of distinctive paintings, calligraphy, seals and rubbings, capturing the essence of Guangdong arts and culture.
Enchanting Expeditions: Chinese Trade Porcelains across the Globe
The present exhibition provides an overview of the Sino-European maritime trade in porcelain during the Ming and Qing dynasties. Integrating object display with textual records as well as images from history, it features over 400 pieces (sets) of trade porcelains and related objects from the Art Museum, the Chinese University of Hong Kong, and other public and private collections.
Celebrating the Year of the Tiger
The Art Museum of The Chinese University of Hong Kong celebrates the Year of the Tiger with a selection of tiger-related artefacts from the collection of the museum and Huai Hai Tang.
Artistic Confluence in Guangdong: Selected Painting and Calligraphy from Ming to Mid-Qing China (Collection of the Art Museum, CUHK) (Phase II: Qing Dynasty)
The exhibition, showcasing more than 70 exhibits, sheds light on the influential poets, painters, and calligraphers, as well as the culture of art collecting and gathering in Guangdong during the Qing dynasty.
Oracle Bones Collection from CUHK (Virtual Exhibition)
To celebrate the Golden Jubilee of the Art Museum in 2021, A Legacy of Elegance was made into a virtual exhibition, in which visitors can travel back in time and reflect on the origin and development of Chinese culture.
The Bei Shan Tang Legacy: Chinese Painting
The Art Museum is rerunning the exhibition to showcase with 120 exhibits the artistic achievements in painting from the Southern Song to the Qing dynasties.
CUHK Master of Arts in Fine Arts 2021 Graduation Exhibition “eight∞n”
The Chinese character ‘拾’, may refer to sense and touch, the pursuit of the intellect, the picking up in faith, and the embrace before letting go. ‘8’ from another angle can be seen as ∞, the symbol of infinity. For more details, please click here.
Artistic Confluence in Guangdong: Selected Painting and Calligraphy from Ming to Mid-Qing China (Collection of the Art Museum, CUHK)
The exhibition is featuring around 130 pieces of paintings, calligraphy, and objects by well-known artists during the Ming and Qing dynasties such as Chen Xianzhang, Lin Liang, Zhang Mu and Chen Gongyin, two phases of the exhibition will be held in the spring and autumn of 2021 respectively.
Celebrating the Year of the Ox
The exhibition will feature 12 ox-related items from the Art Museum’s collections, including paintings, calligraphy and ceramic wares, showcasing ancient cattle culture while celebrating the festive season.
Hong Kong Impressions
The exhibition features over 100 paintings and photographs of old Hong Kong from the 1940s to 1970s. Many works are exhibited for the first time, including colored photographs from the 1950s which have been newly acquired by CUHK.
THE ART OF CUHK 2020: MASTER OF ARTS IN FINE ARTS GRADUATION EXHIBITION ‘SOMEHOW, I HATE ART’
The exhibition will showcase the works of 12 graduating students from different background through different forms.
Amazing Clay: The Ceramic Collection of the Art Museum
To present the development and culture of Chinese ceramics in their entirety as far as possible, a fine selection of ceramics dating from various periods in the Art Museum collection is on display at the present exhibition.
Celebrating the Year of the Rat
This exhibition features over ten artifacts on rats and their relatives such as squirrels and bats from the Art Museum. Dated from as early as the Qing dynasty, the fine selection of exhibits covers a diversity of artworks including high-quality porcelain, ink stone as well as Lingnan paintings.
The Bei Shan Tang Legacy: Chinese Painting (Phase I)
From 21 September 2019 to 27 October 2019, the Art Museum is presenting a selection of 120 ancient Chinese paintings donated or lent to the museum by Bei Shan Tang. The selected works, displayed in two phases, showcase the fine artistry and diverse styles of Chinese painting since the Song and Yuan dynasties. Divided into ten sections, including landscapes, bird-and-flower, religion, portraits, lady figures, Yangzhou, Guangdong, and works of women painters.
Simplicity and Splendour: Chinese Furniture from 18th to 20th Century
From 24 June 2019 to 22 September 2019, the Art Museum is presenting over thirty artefacts, including but not limited to folding screens, tea tables, Chinese chaise longues, armchairs, writing desks, and cabinets, with Canton-style furniture as the focus. Also displayed alongside the furniture are the recently collected Qing-dynasty China trade paintings from Guangdong and genre paintings of old Beijing.