Art After Hours 2018

Art After Hours: Screening of Cao Fei’s “Haze and Fog”

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Art After Hours: NANG Night · Screening of “The Blade” with Magazine Launch

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Art After Hours: I Sing While Walking: Tsai Ming-liang’s Stories and Songs

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“Every Pandiculate” Dinner Invitation

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Art After Hours: Talk about “Collections of Tom, Debbie and Harry”

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Art After Hours: “Gloss” by Rainbow Chan

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Art After Hours: Queer Reads Picnic

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Art After Hours: Audiovisual experiments with Abyss X & City

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Art After Hours: Cao Fei’s ‘Prison Architect’ Live OST with Naamyam & Electronics

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Art After Hours: "Our Everyday—Our Borders" Artists’ Talk

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Art After Hours: "Prison Architect" Screening and conversation with Cao Fei, Kwan Pun Leung, Kwan Sheung Chi and Xue Tan

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Art After Hours: ‘Remains of the Day’ Mona Hatoum In Focus

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Art After Hours: YOUNG-HAE CHANG HEAVY INDUSTRIES PRESENTS

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Art After Hours: “Project Cancer” Screening

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Art After Hours: Hunni’d Jaws x HCKR DJ

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Art After Hours: Summer Institute Public Lecture with Rirkrit Tiravanija

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Art After Hours: Summer Institute Public Lecture with Ackbar Abbas

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Art After Hours: “Mood Indigo” Screening

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Art After Hours: Collectively, So to Speak

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Art After Hours: A Conversation with Dung Kai-cheung and Wing Po So

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Art After Hours: From Space to Space Listening Party

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Art After Hours: Not as Trivial as You Think

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Time
7pm - 8:30pm
Location
JC Cube Map
Price
Free of charge
Art After Hours: ‘Remains of the Day’ Mona Hatoum In Focus

General

Mona Hatoum’s work draws upon themes interwoven in everyday life and the larger situation of our inherently unstable world. She creates a sense of profound unease through a process of visual and material seduction that transforms seemingly everyday objects into potent cyphers, charged with emotive and thematic force. In this talk, Mona Hatoum is joined by leading figures from Tai Kwun and M+ to provide a visual narration of her work over the years. ‘Remains of the Day’, her first solo show in Hong Kong, opens at White Cube on 7 September 2018, featuring large-scale installation, sculpture and works on paper.

Mona Hatoum’s poetic and political oeuvre is realised in a diverse and often unconventional range of media, including installation, sculpture, video, photography and works on paper. Hatoum was born into a Palestinian family in Beirut, Lebanon in 1952 and has lived in London since 1975. A major survey of her work was organised by the Centre Pompidou, Paris (2015) and toured to Tate Modern, London and KIASMA, Helsinki (2016-2017). She was awarded the 10th Hiroshima Art Prize and exhibited her work at Hiroshima City Museum of Contemporary Art (2017). A large survey of her work was organised by the The Menil Collection, Houston in 2017 and toured to the Pulitzer Arts Foundation, St Louis, in April 2018. Hatoum has been nominated for The Hepworth Sculpture Prize and will participate in an exhibition at The Hepworth Wakefield in October 2018.

Suhanya Raffel - Ex-officio Member of M+ Board
Raffel was appointed Executive Director of M+ in November 2016. Previously, she was Deputy Director of the Art Gallery of New South Wales, Sydney. Before that she worked at the Queensland Art Gallery / Gallery of Modern Art, Brisbane, where she held many senior curatorial positions, including Acting Director and Deputy Director of Curatorial. At the Queensland Art Gallery she was instrumental in building its contemporary Asia Pacific collection and led its Asia Pacific Triennial of Contemporary Art (2002-2012). Raffel is currently an advisor for the Yokohama Triennial 2017 in Japan, a trustee of the Geoffrey Bawa Trust and the Lunuganga Trust in Sri Lanka, and a member of the Board of the International Committee for Museums and Collections of Modern Art (CIMAM).

 


Seats are available on a first-come, first-served basis. Please RSVP by clicking the “Book Now” button on the Tai Kwun website or via the Tai Kwun App. Lectures will be conducted in English with Cantonese interpretation available.

Art After Hours is an event series presented by Tai Kwun Contemporary that will talk with you, sing with you, and strive to always show you something new. Usually taking place every Friday at 7pm, Art After Hours welcomes all visitors to experience contemporary art in Hong Kong live. Artists, writers, public intellectuals and curators are invited to engage in talks, performances and screenings.