PMQ, unit H203, 35 Aberdeen street, Central, Hong Kong
Harnessing the power of art to stimulate positive change is the basis of engaged art.
The exhibition displays artworks that highlight contemporary issues such as human rights violations and discriminations, wildlife and environmental protection. They inspire, question, provoke to invite the viewers reflect on their agency and actions in the world. Visit the exhibition and explore activism with an artistic touch!
Duo exhibition fo SAILEV with other french engaged artist TITO at PMQ
Hong Kong Art Center, Hong Kong
The Hong Kong Human Rights Arts Prize 2020 (HKHRAP 2020) finalists exhibition took place from May 12th to June 6th at the Goethe Institut Hong Kong, within the Hong Kong Art Center.
The curator of HKHRAP 2020 was Hong Kong leading artist KY Wong.
Sailev was nominated among the finalists with the artwork 'BeWater', a tribute to the demonstrations and social unrest that is shaking the region.
The HKHRAP was established by Justice Centre Hong Kong in 2013 and has played a pivotal role in discovering and encouraging Hong Kong artists to explore the state of human rights both at home and abroad.
# Update # Due to the popular demand, the exhibition is extended until June 24th