Exhibition Archive
19 Jan– 8 July 2007 - URBIS Museum , Manchester UK



Chinese Artists from Hong Kong and UK

Gordon Cheung / Community Museum Project / Anthony Key / Kwong Lee / Leung Mee-ping / Yuen Fong Ling / Pak Sheung-chuen / Stella So / Tam Wai-ping / Mayling To

Curated by Sally Lai, Yuen Fong Ling, Howard Chan and Siu King-chung

Private View: Wed 17 Jan 6-9pm

Arrivals and Departures is the first major exhibition on Hong Kong to take place in the UK, and marks the ten year anniversary of the city’s handover from Britain to China.

The exhibition looks at one of the world’s most diverse and exciting cities through 10 fascinating new commissions created by 5 British Chinese artists and 5 Hong Kong based artists, each presenting different perspectives of the city as a place both near and far, real and imagined. Exploring the collision of cultures and its affects on a rapidly changing city which is a continual influx and migration of population, the exhibition looks at the many layers which create contemporary Hong Kong from tourist imagery, urban myths, city scapes and family histories.

Arrivals and Departures is an Urbis exhibition curated by UK-based Sally Lai and Yuen Fong Ling, in collaboration with Hong Kong-based curatorial partners Howard Chan and Siu King-Chung.

URBIS Museum
Cathedral Gardens
M4 3BG

Tel: +44 (0)161 605 8200

Sun -Wed: 10am-6pm
Thurs- Sat: 10am-8pm

Gallery Talk: 8 March 6-8pm
Artist Gordon Cheung will talk about how his multi-media paintings capture the hallucinations between the virtual and actual realities of a globalised world oscillating between Utopia and Dystopia. He will lead us through the paintings development touching on early works right up to current projects including his work in Arrivals and Departures.
Tickets £3 - Bookings on 0161 605 8220 or at the Urbis Shop - Please contact for other gallery talks.

Arrivals and Departures is supported by Arts Council England, Yang Sing, the Hong Kong Economic and Trade Office and the Hong Kong Arts Development Council.



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