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"Art><Creativity"Exhibition Series in the Greater Bay Area

Retrospective Exhibition



(closed on Mondays)


the a gallery, Shenzhen Nantou City

The major cities in the Guangdong-Hong Kong-Macao Greater Bay Area (GBA) share the same cultural roots, but each has developed a unique cultural character. In recent years, the GBA cities in the Mainland have been actively building cultural spaces, organising large-scale art exhibitions, and promoting collaboration and exchanges with the cultural and creative industries in Hong Kong. Riding on the opportunities that provided by the rapid growth of the GBA, and striving to drive the art in Hong Kong by offering talented Hong Kong artists various platforms to develop their creative ideas, the Art Promotion Office and the Hong Kong Designers Association have worked together to present the "Art><Creativity" Exhibition Series in the GBA.


The exhibition series featured exhibitions between 2021 and 2023, held in nine cities in the GBA - Shenzhen, Guangzhou, Foshan, Dongguan, Huizhou, Zhuhai, Zhongshan, Jiangmen and Zhaoqing - showcasing the works of twenty five Hong Kong artists and designers, as well as one Shenzhen media artist, including Jane Lee, Angel Hui, Danny Lee, Lam Yau Sum, Chui Pui Chee, Margaret Chu, Ray Chan, Sim Chan, Cherie Cheuk, Sue Lai and Chan Kwan Lok; and designers/design groups Eddy Hui, Michael Leung, Chris Cheung, Hong Ko, Benny Luk, Kin So, Yellowdot Design Studio (Bodin Hon and Dilara Kan), LLAB Design (Mike Wong and Tryde Leung), Jack Lau, STICKYLINE (Soilwarm Lei and Mic Leong), Alex King, and Eric Zhu. The series aims to bring artists and designers together as creative partners so that through communicating concepts, experiences and expressions, should creative minds be inspired and innovative ideas be generated. The goal to connect Hong Kong and other cities in the GBA through creativity and art can be achieved.


This retrospective exhibition held in the Nantou City of Shenzhen will present in digital format and lead everyone through eleven different themed exhibitions to revisit the creation by artists and designers, and the snapshots of each exhibition.

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