‘No Where There – Works by Tang Jing’ will be unveiled at the 1844 Macau Photography Art Space at 6:30 pm, January 15, presenting 13 works that capture the European-style architecture in various Chinese cities. The exhibition runs through March 16.
The New Woman Development Association of Macao has launched “Yet to Know” Macau New Woman Contemporary Art Exhibition in the Mount Fortress Corridor, as a new attempt to draw attention to female artists, empower women and promote equal opportunities for both genders with the quiet yet strong power of art.
At half a century old, local artist Ng Fong Chao infuses his reflections on life and death into his fiery passion for art and presents the results in his new exhibition “Untitled at Fifty”. Held at the Art for All Society (AFA), the exhibition runs until November 25.
Design Week brings Japanese designer Masaki Hanahara, from Shiseido, to Macau
The presence of Japanese designer Masaki Hanahara, art director of Shiseido beauty products, for a lecture and exhibition, is the highlight of Macau Design Week 2018, which starts on Sunday, November 4 and runs until Sunday November11.
“The City in My Heart”: A dose of reflection by young local artists
The dramatic development of Macau is by no means a new topic these days, yet underneath the enormous wealth brought by gaming and tourism, more and more social and livelihood problems have become the concern of local residents, especially the new generation.
A talented artist and dedicated art educator, Chiang Wai Lan is presenting her latest works, centering on her original character ‘Miss L’, in her new solo exhibition ‘Once Upon A Time - Works by Chiang Wai Lan’. The exhibition will welcome viewers until November 11 in the Tak Chun Macau Art Garden at the Art For All Society (AFA).
Lawyer and photographer João Miguel Barros has seen his project, which has as its starting point a boxing match in Macau, take first prize in the non-professional category, Sport, of the International Photography Awards (IPA).
What began as a quest to photograph the other, the excluded and the marginalized, quickly became a form of political activism for Herberto Smith. It is through photography that he seeks to put the fringes of society, those without access to the city, on the map by portraying them in a way he says is not to found in traditional media.