Hong Kong Book Fair 2022
Find us in the Hong Kong Book Fair! Buy your favourite art books which are now on sale! See you there!
'International Museum Week' Art Museum Book Sale
Buy your favorites and take them home! Purchase HK$600 or above and you may get one Ting Yin-yung’s seal tote bag* for free!
Filling The Interregnum: Zhengtong, Jingtai and Tianshun Porcelain of the Ming Dynasty in Hong Kong Collections
This catalogue features 80 items of interregnum porcelain wares, the majority of which were selected from local public and private collections in Hong Kong that were shown in the 2012 exhibition “Filling the Interregnum: Ming Mid-15th Century Ceramics form Jingdezhen”. These are supplemented by recent acquisitions of the Art museum, as well as important works at lesser-known overseas collections, offering a good frame of reference.
Transcending Transience : Art and Culture of Late-Ming Jiangnan
Three-volume catalogue featuring three essays and 200 sets of objects from Shanghai Museum, public and private collections in Hong Kong and overseas museums to illustrate the artistically and culturally vibrant period of late Ming.
Artistic Confluence in Guangdong: Selected Painting and Calligraphy from Ming to Mid-Qing China (Collection of the Art Museum, The Chinese University of Hong Kong)
Written and compiled by Dr. Peggy Pik-ki Ho of the Art Museum of CUHK, this publication is a journey of retrospection and reconstruction of Guangdong painting and calligraphy from CUHK’s collection with in-depth and original research. It leads the readers to delve into the mindset of Guangdong cultural elites in relation to arts, culture, and history.
Exhibition Catalogue: Hong Kong Impressions
This exhibition catalogue features 92 paintings and 40 photographs of Hong Kong scenery from the 1940s to 1970s from the collection of the Art Museum, CUHK. It includes essays written by Prof. Pedith Pui Chan and Dr. Vivian Ting Wing Yan. There are entries written by Prof. Pedith Pui Chan, Dr. Vivian Ting Wing Yan, Prof. Josh Yiu and Dr. Phil Chan. This bilingual catalogue also comes with plates in full colour and the transcription of all inscriptions, colophons and seals of exhibited paintings.
Exhibition Catalogue: The Bei Shan Tang Legacy: Chinese Painting
This three-volume exhibition catalogue features 120 ancient Chinese paintings donated or loaned to the Art Museum, CUHK, by Bei Shan Tang. It includes entries and 10 essays written by faculty, alumni and graduate students of the Department of Fine Arts, CUHK. This bilingual catalogue also comes with plates in full colour and the transcription of all inscriptions, colophons and seals of exhibited paintings.
Exhibition Catalogue: Refilling the Interregnum: Newly Discovered Imperial Porcelains from Zhengtong, Jingtai and Tianshun Reigns (1436-1464) of the Ming Dynasty
This bilingual catalogue with full colour illustrations is published in conjunction with the exhibition
Exhibition Catalogue: Divine Power—The Dragon in Chinese Art
This bilingual catalogue with full colour illustrations is published in conjunction with the exhibition “Divine Power—The Dragon in Chinese Art”, which features almost 200 exhibits dating from the Neolithic period to the 20th century, including ceramics, metals, jade and stones, scholarly objects, textiles and paintings, etc. It also includes essays written by Zhao Feng, Curator of the China National Silk Museum and Prof. Peter Y.K. Lam, former Director of the Art Museum, CUHK.
Exhibition Catalogue: For Blessings and Guidance: the Qianlong Emperor’s Design for State Sacrificial Vessels
This catalogue features over 60 items of Qing ritual vessels and a Blue silk dragon robe, Jifu. The ritual vessels displayed are rare examples of ritual vessels specified in the “Illustrated Compendium of Ceremonial Paraphernalia for State Rituals”. It also includes academic findings written by Dr. Iain Clark.
Exhibition Catalogue: Sincere Brush : Works of Ting Yin-yung Courtesy of His Students and Friends in the Department of Fine Arts, CUHK
This catalogue features a selection of 107 works of Mr. Ting Yin-yung donated to the Art Museum by the artist’s students and friends in the Department of Fine Arts, CUHK as well as 11 treasured pieces on loan for the exhibition. Most of the works have hitherto been unpublished. It also includes essays written by Prof. Lee Yun-woon, former chairman of the Department of Fine Arts; Mr. Tsui Chi-yu, one of the donors, and Dr. Phil Chan from the Museum. “Footprint of Ting Yin-yung in Hong Kong“ and “
Exhibition Brochure: Jewels of Transcendence: Himalayan and Mongolian Treasures
Exhibition Catalogue: Jewels of Transcendence: Himalayan and Mongolian Treasures (3 volumes) is coming soon
The catalogue comes with 3 volumes, on the collections of Chengxuntang and Mengdiexuan and Proceedings. The former two volumes, fall into the sections of The Himalayas and Mongolia, feature 300 pieces (sets) of collections each taken from Chengxuntang and Mengdiexuan. For facilitating the understandings of arts in Himalaya and Mongolia, 5 articles are published in the Proceedings. Glossaries on the common decorative motif and old photos of Tibet taken from the Newark Museum are also available.
Children Art Book: Brewing trou-ble in Yixing
Art Museum, The Chinese University of Hong Kong (CUHK) publishes its debut children art book Brewing trou-ble in Yixing. Featuring the renowned collection of Yixing teaware at the Art Museum of CUHK and beautiful drawings by Hong Kong artist Joey Leung, this parent-child story celebrates the history and philosophy of tea-drinking.
Exhibition Catalogue: Legacy of the Heavenly Breeze: The Art of Gao Qifeng, Chao Shao-an & Au Ho-nien
This catalogue features a selection of 65 works of altogether 85 pieces of Lingnan School paintings and calligraphy from the collection of the Art Museum, Chung Chi College, Prof. To Cho-yee and Prof. Au Ho-nien. Some of the works have hitherto been unpublished. It also includes essays written by Prof. To Cho-yee, the former Chair Professor of Education, CUHK, Prof. Leung Yuen-sang, Dean of Art Faculty, CUHK, and Dr. Phil Chan from the Museum.