Love In The Dream I Hung Liu, Maya Hewitt, Carol Lee Mei Kuen, Li Wei, Serge Clement, Huang Rui, Bui Cong Khanh, Dinh Q. Lê, Nandan Ghiya, anothermountainman, Cang Xin, Chan Dany, Ko Siu Lan, Marques de Jadraque, Atul Dodiya, Sutee Kunavichayanont, Frog King, Htein Lin, Ma Desheng, Liang Hao 04 Nov, 2021 - 28 Jan, 2022
Love In The Dream II Tuan Andrew Nguyen, John Young, Wang Keping, William Furniss, Yin Xin, Ken Matsubara, Pan Jian, Xiao Lu, Nguyen Thai Tuan, Julian Schnabel, Muchen and Shao Yinong, Shi Guorui, MAP OFFICE, Rongrong and Inri, Manit Sriwanichpoom, Xiao Zheluo, Ma Desheng, Laurent Martin "Lo", Jessica Zoob 04 Nov, 2021 - 28 Jan, 2022
HK Foreword 2021 Anton Poon, Bonny Wong Hiu Ching, Eugene Lun, Fok Wai Chung Chantal, Haynie Sze, Henry Poon, Chan Ho Wang, Florence Yuk Ki Lee, Masahiro Nakamura, Mufasa Yu, Tse Man Hei Aaron 28 Sep, 2021
10 Chancery Lane Gallery is proud to present our 10th edition of HKForeword, which hosts a selection of new art from Hong Kong from recent university art graduates, both local and overseas. This has been a tumultuous year with Covid-19 spawning just after the momentous year of Hong Kong protests. However, the artists of 2021 are moving forward and getting on with their lives in a noteworthy moment the world over. Here we can see them shine. We are honored to present Chan Ho Wang, Fok Wai Chung Chantal, Florence Yuk Ki Lee, Eugene Lun, Masahiro Nakamura, Anton Poon, Henry Poon, Haynie Sze, Tse Man Hei Aaron, Bonny Wong Hiu Ching and Mufasa Yu.

Since 2012, 10 Chancery Lane Gallery is devoted to offer a first gallery exhibition to emerging Hong Kong artists and support the local artist’s community with the annual HKFOREWORD exhibition. The exhibition encourages fresh art graduates to pursue their career as a practicing artist and provide them the opportunity to connect with both the local and international art community.

Uncertainty was already a part of the lives of these students where Hong Kong’s politics took a historical shift. The further uncertainty of the global pandemic has shaken their lives and the world over. It has been especially tough for this young crop of artists who had to adapt to work from home, online and without proper working space to make their art. It is especially wonderful to see what a strong and resilient group of young people who have continued and created incredible artworks, regardless of their circumstance. The artists in Hong Kong got on with their works and created a strong display of art that encapsulates their preoccupations, angsts, ponderings, reflections, observations and memories of this time in their lives. What is so special about this exhibition of HKForeword is that it is the foreword of what comes next. And what does come next for this generation? Graduating from university and making their first steps on their journey in life continues with unpredictability.

Chosen out of over 50 applicants we are proud to introduce 11 rising stars on the Hong Kong art stage. Artists in the show are recent Bachelor’s or Master’s degree graduates from The Chinese University of Hong Kong, City University-School of Creative Media, Royal Melbourne Institute of Technology co-presented with the Hong Kong Art School, The Academy of Visual Arts at the Hong Kong Baptist University and Australia National University. The diverse group of artists and artworks selected this year include paintings, sculpture, video, prints, new media and installations. The audience is invited to engage with the new crop of creativity, originality and passion from the local art graduates through the exhibition who have struggled to complete their degrees amidst school closures due to Covid-19. We are proud to salute the class of 2021 for their wonderful and outstanding perseverance during a very tough year.
Unscheduled 2021 Gu Benchi 02 - 06 Sep, 2021
This Moment Jessica Zoob 04 Jun - 15 Aug, 2021
Spectrumfigures John Young 23 Apr - 29 May, 2021
Lightening's Edge Pan Jian 05 Mar - 10 Apr, 2021
In Darkest moments
There is always light
Piercing the gap
Like a sword
That is the edge of lightning
– Pan Jian