Noda Tetsuya’s Diary of Contemporary Japanese Prints

University Museum & Art Gallery (UMAG)  90 Bonham Road, Pokfulam

WHAT The exhibition showcases the celebrated Japanese artist’s life (born in 1940) in post-war era Japan. Through the use of photography, traditional Japanese woodblock painting, and eclectic methods such as silkscreen printing, Noda presents the ideological, social, economic, and artistic changes of the time while also depicting his everyday life from his friends and family…

Eternal Transience, Enlightened Wisdom: Masterpieces of Buddhist Art

University Museum & Art Gallery (UMAG)  90 Bonham Road, Pokfulam

WHAT The exhibition of more than 30 artworks from Tibet, Nepal, Pakistan and Mongolia dates from the 7th–18th century. The exhibition is composed primarily of bronze statues and thangkas of deities and gurus in Tibetan Buddhism. This public display has been assembled to complement HKU’s international symposium featuring the life and legacy of the late…