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【Hong Kong Arts Centre】 LUIS CHAN STUDIO @ 4/F, Hong Kong Arts Centre is Now Open

Presented by Hong Kong Arts Centre

Sponsored byLuis Chan Family TrustandJia Li Hall Foundation


Is now open to visitors @ 4/F, Hong Kong Arts Centre (8:00am – 11:00pm)

Presented by the Hong Kong Arts Centre, sponsored by Luis Chan Family Trust and Jia Li Hall Foundation, Luis Chan Studio is now open to the public to experience and enjoy an important trace of the Hong Kong art history, and encounter Chan’s creative space of the old days through the glassy window. 

Luis Chan, also known as the ‘King of Watercolour’, is a local and significant legendary artist in the Hong Kong art history. He lived in a home studio located at Lockhart Road, and streetscapes of Wan Chai and nearby stores cultivated his inspiration. In his apartment, he drew numerous paintings, and his artworks are traces of the past and rich in local characteristics. 

Hong Kong Arts Centre is honoured to recreate the studio of this important figure in the local art scene. Taken reference from Luis Chan’s home studio at Lockhart Road, the studio features his personal belongings such as furniture, paintings, and books which were all relocated from his studio. It is hoped that the Studio could provide the public with an alternative visual experience and a deeper understanding of Chan’s life. More historical photos and narrative records about Chan are also showcased, audience will be guided Chan’s artistic journey and his development of styles through the unique display items, allowing audience to gain an in-depth understanding of his creations and his artistic world. Luis Chan Studio is a Hong Kong Arts Centre’s 5-year project.

More, the Hong Kong Arts Centre will hold a solo exhibition of Luis Chan this December, 2022. The exhibition will display Chan’s paintings of various styles, from early realistic landscape watercolour paintings to later fantastical abstract portraits, presenting Chan’s kaleidoscopic artistic trajectory in the local art scene to the audience in Hong Kong.

Information about Luis Chan Studio:
Date: From today till 27 May, 2027
Time: 8am – 11pm

Venue: 4/F, Hong Kong Arts Centre (2 Harbour Road, Wan Chai)

Images Download: http://ftp.hkac.org.hk/MDD/Luis_Chan_Studio

Hong Kong Arts Centre - Art for Passion, Art for Life, Art for All

This year marks the 45th Anniversary of the Hong Kong Arts Centre.

Since 1977, the Hong Kong Arts Centre (HKAC) has been a platform for nurturing and supporting artists, and infusing art into everyday life. Its unique arts and educational programmes aim to make the arts accessible for all. The HKAC believes in the transformational power of art for people from all walks of life. Established for more than four decades, the HKAC endeavours to bring arts to the people of Hong Kong – by presenting programmes for visual arts, performing arts, moving images and media arts, comics and animation. Our other areas also cover arts education, conferences, festivals, public art and community projects. All with the vision and mission of engaging and inspiring creativity in the Hong Kong community.

In 2000, HKAC founded its education arm, Hong Kong Art School (HKAS). The HKAS provides award-bearing programmes to nurture artists and art practitioners, as well as short enrichment courses for the general public. The HKAC aspires to engage everyone in the community to become an active participant in the arts – as an enthusiast, an artist or a patron.

Let’s continue to embrace ‘Art for Passion, Art for Life, Art for All’, and share the inspiration.

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Hong Kong Arts Centre

Annie Ho

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Tel:  2824 5306 / 9481 8706

Email: aho@hkac.org.hk

Charis Chau

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Email: cchau@hkac.org.hk