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Препород | 重生 | Rebirth

    ▪︎ Kikinda, Serbia

Капи | 點滴 | Drop

    ▪︎ Kučevo, Serbia


(2014)
Rolls of Landscapes

The joint exhibition of Tsui Chi Yu and Jor Yin Fun
  ▪︎ 香港 Hong Kong

(2013)
Chinese art in Hong Kong

Ink Paintings by Teachers and Students
  ▪︎ 香港 Hong Kong

左.左 | Left .Left

A Joint Exhibition of Jor Yin Fun, students, friends and family
  ▪︎ 香港 Hong Kong

(2012)
Solo Exhibition: Annabeth Wan

  ▪︎ 香港 Hong Kong

Solo Exhibition: Priscilla Ng

  ▪︎ 香港 Hong Kong

Solo Exhibition:Ching Youth

  ▪︎ 香港 Hong Kong 

(2011)
Group Show: Cognitio College (Kowloon) student

  ▪︎ 香港 Hong Kong

Solo Exhibition: Reverie

  ▪︎ 香港 Hong Kong

Solo Exhibition: Edwin Cho - When 3P's converge

  ▪︎ 香港 Hong Kong

Solo Exhibition: Yvonne Cheng

  ▪︎ 香港 Hong Kong

Solo Exhibition: Nadja Jelenkovic - Le voisin d'en face

    ▪︎ 香港 Hong Kong

(2010)
Solo Exhibition: Jen Yip - 10 Years

  ▪︎ 香港 Hong Kong

Solo Exhibition: Nikola Jelenkovic - Space

  ▪︎ 香港 Hong Kong

Solo Exhibition: Kurt Hau

  ▪︎ 香港 Hong Kong

Solo Exhibition: Kyaio Fung

  ▪︎ 香港 Hong Kong

Solo Exhibition: Annie Choi

  ▪︎ 香港 Hong Kong

Solo Exhibition: Daniel Ng

  ▪︎ 香港 Hong Kong



Балкански утисци | 巴爾幹印象 |
Balkan Impression


Hong Kong Jockey Club Creative Arts Centre
Hong Kong

01 - 11 May 2015

Gallery Čedomir Krstić
Pirot Serbia
14 - 29 August 2015


"On the way from Tara Canyon to Žabijak, one can see amazing rock formations owing to tectonic movements. Strata of rocks squeezed and wrestled each other, creating a spectacular visual effect. They symbolize the meeting and clashing of cultures of the East and the West".

The clashing of cultures is the core concept of Balkan Impression, in which more than forty Hong Kong intellectuals and art lovers participated, decomposing their ideas in forms of chronicles experiencing nature, urban  surrounding,  heritage  monuments, motives and different inspirations into their own languages and frameworks.

In form of a tour presentation in two cities, Hong Kong, China and Pirot, Serbia, theexhibition offered an opportunity for intercultural dialogue between two countries, andabove all, to build a platform that bridges eastern and western art and culture. The exhibition outcome along with artists’ and audiences’ responses sufficiently make Balkan impression a momentous manifestation.