FORCES Carol Lee Mei Kuen, William Furniss, Lindy Lee, Ken Matsubara, Xiao Lu 08 Dec, 2011 - 16 Feb, 2012 10 Chancery Lane Gallery
8 December 2011, Hong Kong — FORCES explores the works of five artists and how they interact. Playing on the idea of the Chinese five elements and the effects they have upon each other as a constant action and reaction. The system of five elements was used for describing interactions and relationships between phenomena. The artists in their processes all work in a way incorporating the forces of nature into their dynamic and use varying elements of Wood, Fire, Earth, Metal and Water creating a dialogue between them.
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Chinese Bible Yang Zhichao 10 Nov - 02 Dec, 2011 10 Chancery Lane Gallery
Renowned Chinese artist Yang Zhichao is best known for his extreme performance art works, which draw on individual and social issues. Yang’s art is bold and direct and they confront the problems we encounter in life and seek to connect individual experience to the environment we live in. His body is his art. Performance to him is a documentation of our existence. His works do not just bring a visually shocking and painful experience to the audience, they are also full of wisdom and irony.
Suzie Wong Vincent Fantauzzo 06 Oct - 05 Nov, 2011 10 Chancery Lane Gallery
Australian based artist Vincent Fantauzzo is collaborating with film director Barney Howells to create a new set of works. Vincent’s long standing interest in Hong Kong cinema introduced him to the book and film “The World of Suzie Wong.” The collection, comprising fifteen major pieces, will be showcased at a unique exhibition that merges painting with narrative story-telling creating a fully experiential installation.
Resin Paintings Hung Liu 18 Aug - 17 Sep, 2011 10 Chancery Lane Gallery
New works from the series of exquisite paintings on resin by renowned artist Hung Liu on show at 10 Chancery Lane Gallery from 18th August, 2011.

Hung Liu's resin paintings are hybrids of the painting and printmaking processes, composed of many alternating layers of resin and oil-based pigment. The glass like metallic surfaces result in complex paintings bearing a three-dimensional aspect and depth.
Eternal Smile Wang Keping 26 May - 31 Aug, 2011 10 Chancery Lane Gallery
Wang Keping launches an entirely new series of works made out of iron in his current exhibition opening at 10 Chancery Lane Gallery in Central. The works entitled Eternal Smile is made to be set in a series of horizontal smiles or vertical smiles. They can be formed into endless walls, towers, floor installations or one-off pieces on the wall, or upon a podium.

As Wang Keping states, "The iron boxes from the Eternal Smile series is a breakthrough of my ongoing exploration of wood carving, it presents the same underlying idea with the use of a different medium. This is an extension or evolution of my work through a change of material, rather than a change of my relative direction."
RED John Young, Wang Keping, Huang Rui, Xiao Lu, Cai Yuan and JJ Xi, Cang Xin, Chen Wei, Ko Siu Lan, Muchen and Shao Yinong, MAP OFFICE, Ma Liuming, Meng Jin, Rongrong and Inri, Wang Shugang 26 May - 28 Aug, 2011
Since the Stars (XING XING, in Chinese) Exhibition of 1979 there have been many moments of struggle for artists in China. A struggle to express themselves through art during times of open attitude and times of closing, traditional thinking and changing times. This exhibition brings together 17 artists’ works that contribute to the ongoing discussion on artistic freedom and expression in China and beyond its borders.
LOVE THE FUTURE anothermountainman, MAP OFFICE 26 May - 26 Jun, 2011
A person went missing, this time an artist. It seems distant and is easy for us to just ignore it and accept it as another case of disappearance in China and move on…but can we?
Night is Imminent Maya Hewitt 14 Apr - 14 May, 2011 10 Chancery Lane Gallery
10 Chancery Lane Gallery is pleased to announce London-based artist Maya Hewitt's first Hong Kong exhibition. Maya Hewitt uses symbolic narrative to explore the notion of reality and fiction. Her paintings are presented as environments of connecting plots or pieces within a larger narrative. Her paintings have a luring Asian presence partially derived from her attraction to Japanese flat paintings where she studied at the Nagoya University of Art and a mysterious intrigue with the Far East obtained from her half Filipino parentage.
Harmonic Cosmic Sea Waves Christine Nguyen 03 Mar - 04 Apr, 2011 10 Chancery Lane Gallery
Vietnamese American artist, Christine Nguyen, creates her art like a scientific laboratory of chimerical fantastical worlds lost between the deep sea and the cosmos. Using combinations of painting, drawing and growing salt crystals on transparent sheets she creates vibrant large murals by way of a camera-less process of photography. 10 Chancery Lane Gallery will relaunch the newly renovated Central gallery with Christine Nguyen debut exhibition of large mural works and installation work of crystallized salt.