Presented by the Leisure and Cultural Services Department
Organised by the Art Promotion Office
Artistic collaborator: Hong Kong Sculpture
The Trade and Industry Tower (TI Tower) is the first government building with space dedicated for art exhibition. The art display area is reserved for local artists and those engaged in creative work who want to showcase their art pieces. It provides the Tower users and the nearby community with various art experiences, merging art with their busy lives. The Art Promotion Office collaborates with Hong Kong Sculpture in organising ‘Fusion' as the pilot art exhibition at TI Tower.
Nature works in a steady rhythm to give life and maintain balance in our environment. It tells us its essence when the wind blows, the water flows, the sun rises and the stars fall, which, through familiarity, we might have come to ignore. Being part of nature, we have to be humble and respectful. Our works of art provide a reminder of nature's beauty, which we can otherwise easily forget.
Participating artists: Danny Lee, Ken Chan, Margaret Chu, David Fung, Blanche Ho, Kong Yui-man, Ko Bin-lin, Janice Lam, Chris Lau, Jimmy Lau, Joe Li, Mak Yee-man, Raymond Pang and Helen Pun
Venue: 1/F Lobby, Trade and Industry Tower
3 Concorde Road, Kowloon
Monday to Friday: 9 am - 6 pm
Saturday: 9 am - 2 pm
Closed on Sundays and public holidays
Exhibition until 16 December 2016