When Art Speaks: Treasures of CUHK
In celebration of the 60th anniversary of the Chinese University of Hong Kong, the exhibition “When Art Speaks – Treasures of CUHK” will showcase 60 treasured artworks, dating from the Shang dynasty to the near-modern era, including rare imperial porcelain, calligraphy and paintings from Guangdong, and masterpieces by Hong Kong artists.
【Outreach Exhibition @Palace Museum, Beijing】Rare Rubbings of the Song Dynasty
Featuring 40 precious rubbings of the Song dynasty and other select artworks from the collections of CUHK’s Art Museum and the Palace Museum, the exhibition showcases the history of collection, connoisseurship, research, and aesthetics of ancient rubbings.
Cast for Dignity: Early Chinese Belt Hooks from the De-Neng-Tang Collection
With a focus on belt hooks from the De-Neng-Tang Collection, this exhibition presents more than 30 exhibits, following a path less trodden to showcase the casting and decoration of the belt hooks, and shedding light on the extraordinary craftsmanship of belt hooks from early ancient China.
Green Luminosity: Yaozhou Wares from the Shang Shan Tang Collection
The exhibition focuses on the beauty of the glazes, decorative techniques and their cultural connotations, and celebrating the beauty and range of Yaozhou ware.
The Art of CUHK 2023: “Before It Billows Out”
Being trapped in a bewildering maze, this year’s graduates reflect upon their loss of faith. Every work symbolizes a single water droplet — despite its seemingly weak potency, together they create ripple in the stagnant water. Unfolding the beneficence and malevolence in our society, they shed light on the urgency of responding to the present in the form of art, standing their ground and staying sensitive in perceiving the world nowadays.
Celebrating the Year of the Rabbit
Exhibition Period: From 25 February 2023 to 18 May 2023
Golden Techniques II: Art of the Chinese Goldsmiths
Exhibition Period: From 24 February 2023 to 21 May 2023
Sparkle and Charm: Canton Enamels of the Qing Dynasty
Sparkle and Charm: Canton Enamels of the Qing Dynasty features more than 170 sets of Canton enamels of the Qing dynasty along with complementary porcelain and paintings, providing the public with more insights into this artistic craft by illustrating the distinctive tradition and history of enamelware, and advanced enameling techniques such as the use of colours and ways of painting.
Majestic Vistas: Selected Landscape Paintings from the Collection of the Art Museum, CUHK
A selection of over 40 Chinese landscape paintings, ranging from the Yuan dynasty to the contemporary period, are on display in this exhibition.
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.
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.
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.
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.