Exhibitions at Goethe-Gallery . Goethe-Institut Hongkong
Hong Kong International Photo Festival 2014
A photo exhibition in connection to a book project on architectural and urbanization issues in China
On display at the Goethe-Gallery will be five sets of photographs from Biermann's snow+concrete series. Four polyptychs are printed on fused glass and one set consists of archival ink jet prints on aluminium di-bond. Biermann's constructed scenes show snow in an underground car park, ephemeral matter in the confines of a permanent concrete structure. As the snow melts, Biermann records this process of transformation with the photographic camera. His images highlight the preciousness of… more
A photographic exhibition from the collection of Deutsche Bank
You are cordially invited to meet Rufina Wu and Stefan Canham at the exhibition opening at 7:00pm on 18 september 2009 (Fri).
Hong Kong seems to be a city that is well-organized and with distinctive architectural styles. However, on the rooftop of its high rise buildings some informal rooftop constructions can be found. - Strange enough to see the contrast of a well organized city-planning topped - in its literal sense - by 'informal rooftop communities', an outbreak of anarchy amidst Hong Kon… more
Strategies of Re-enactment in Contemporary Art
While the HK Magazine previewed in its recent issue (Friday, April 14, 2006) of the upcoming 'Lights out Hong Kong' campaign, the Goethe-Institut Hongkong is analysing the light performance of the economical tiger from its artistic perspective. And we don't think of the deliberate use of lights which one sees at the festive seasons. What we do is to present a city portrait of Hong Kong (and its sister tigers) by German photographer Peter Bialobrzeski who captured his series of neon tigers - Hong… more
Artists and their works in the German national parliament buildings.