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「Art><Creativity」Exhibition Series in 

the Greater Bay Area:



Chui Pui Chee, Benny Luk




Foshan He Art Museum

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The Hong Kong movie "The Grandmaster" mentions the three realms of a martial arts practitioner - seeing oneself, seeing heaven and earth, and seeing all beings. For artist Xu Pei Zhi and designer Lu Guo Xian, this is also the experience of the creative process, the introspection of passing through different stages in the flood of life. The exhibition features 12 groups of calligraphy, text design and installation works, responding to the creators' perceptions in the triple realm, sharing their spiritual experiences after they have settled down, and leading the audience to think about the nature and value of life.


The first part of the exhibition, "See Yourself", uses calligraphy and text design to share the creators' state of mind; the second part, "See Heaven and Earth", is presented through mise-en-scène works, sitting meditation chairs and three-dimensional installations; finally, in the section "See All Beings", the works combine calligraphy and various mixed media to express the feeling that in the choice of destiny, everything is a matter of fate.

Presented by:

​Leisure and Cultural Services Department of the Government of the Hong Kong Special Administrative Region

​Co-organised by:

Art Promotion Office

Hong Kong Designers Association

Project Partner: 

​Shenzhen Fringe Art Centre

Venue Support:

​Foshan He Art Museum

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