Date(s) - 11/09/2019 - 16/09/2019
9:00 am - 5:00 pm
A great honour to be invited by Curators Calvin Li and Fanny Wong of the Hong Kong Art Square, and the HeArt Touch Charity, to exhibit in the inaugural Hong Kong International Invitational Exhibition.
The show will be staged in the Main Exhibition Gallery of the Hong Kong Central Library. The Exhibition opens on the 11th September and closes 16th September. David will send 4 pure watercolour paintings to the exhibition.
Hong Kong Central Library is the largest library in Hong Kong, flagship library of Hong Kong Public Libraries (HKPL) and using of Hong Kong Public Library headquarter, functioning as the territory’s National Library. It is located at the intersection of Moreton Terrace and Causeway Road in Causeway Bay.
Facing Victoria Harbour, the 12-storey high building occupies a gross area of 9,400 square metres (101,000 sq ft) with a floor area of 33,800 square metres (364,000 sq ft). The building cost of the Central Library was HK$690 million ($88 million). The Library’s collections amount to one fifth of the Hong Kong Public Libraries System; 2.3 million items out of the total 12.1 million items.
The library’s 11th floor houses the HKPL head office. The arch-shaped doorway atop the front facade of the Hong Kong Central Library symbolises the Gate to Knowledge, while the triangle, square and circle which make up the arch all carry further meaning. The circle represents the sky, the square the land and the triangle the accretion of knowledge. When it was originally proposed, the design was controversial and received critiques from Urban Council members.