Stage for Jazz
In collaboration with local jazz guitarist, composer and internationally touring artist Teriver Cheung, Hotel Stage will kick off Stage for Jazz, a mini series of live jazz concerts, at The Muse for four Wednesday evenings from 7:30pm to 9:30pm, beginning on 20 March 2019. To reserve your seat, please contact The Muse: +852 3953 2203 / email@example.com
“Series of Two” by NOVA Ensemble
Hotel Stage is honored to be collaborating with NOVA Ensemble again on their latest project "Series of Two". This brand-new project aims to explore one of the most intimate forms of music making - the duet, a musical exchange between two musicians. We are especially excited to welcome guest guitarist, Mario To, who will be joining NOVA in this unique project. Concert date: 23 February (Sat), 6pm Duration: 50 minutes Entrance fee: HK$180 includes one drink Location: The Muse, Hotel Stage, 1 Chi Wo Street, Jordan, Kowloon, HK
Gaze of the Wild - Exhibition by Riki Ueda
While we evaluate 2018, could we take a moment to see if we have paid attention to species that we share our home with? Being the first Asian writer to write about the life in African wildlife conservation, Riki Ueda strives to reconnect people with nature through the impressive images of various wildlife sanctuary operations in her photography exhibition “Gaze of the Wild”. In the comfort of Muse Gallery, live vicariously through Riki’s lenses the life of our planet’s wild species and understand the importance of wildlife conservation. Exhibition dates: 30 Nov – 1 Jan Call us for more information: +852 3953 2203
The Mandela Effect by Henrik Hui
Mandela Effect refers to the phenomenon of a collective misremembering of specific historical facts or events. “The Mandela Effect in Hong Kong” is a conceptual documentary illustrating the evolution of Hong Kong through its past to present and future. The project explores the historical legacy and future socio-development of Hong Kong via photography constructing new landscapes of Hong Kong. Graduated from Master of Fine Art in Photography at Savannah College of Art and Design (SCAD), Henrik Hui is a commercial photographer who specializes in food photography and interior photography. He has participated in various projects of hotels, restaurants and hospitality groups which showcase his sophisticated technical prowess. As the photographic medium has been redefined and shaped by new emerging technologies as well as brand new and innovative formats, Henrik has been looking for breakthroughs in this field by experimenting new concepts and proactive approaches and methodology with his photographic work. He has never confined himself to ordinary photography but has been challenging the nature of photography. With Henrik’s creativity, everyday objects and landscape in reality are presented in an intriguing way which is serving as straddle between “real” and “unreal”. He is curious about exploring the boundary between people’s perception and the reality, and thus opening up an imaginary space to provoke audience’s thoughts and discussion on the social-cultural nuances in Hong Kong. Venue: MUSE Gallery, Basement, Hotel Stage, 1 Chi Wo Street, Jordan Date: July 26 – August 12, 2018 Free Admission #HotelStage #Muse #HenrikHui #MandelaEffect
Ten Thousand Miles Ahead By Wai Wai
Art Basel and Art@Hotel Stage
It’s that time of the year again! 248 art galleries and organisations from 32 countries including those from Asia Pacific will converge in Art Basel Hong Kong from 29 to 31 March 2018. At Hotel Stage, we will play host to Italian artist Raffaele Cioffi, at our own Muse Gallery, a solo exhibition entitled “Odyssey of Lights”. Born and educated in Milan, Cioffi is a painter of Light. He is a master in expressing his abstract, minimalistic perspective in motifs of light, shades, lines and shadows – all fundamentals of his art language. Cioffi has exhibited widely throughout Italy as well as in Germany and Switzerland. Two of Cioffi’s more recent series: “Sipario” and “Continuum la Mia Ombra” will be on show for the first time solo in Asia, in Muse Gallery. After the grandeur and diversity in Art Basel, art lovers may find Cioffi’s minimalistic abstractions a more-than-unique experience, as his light, colours, lines, shades and shadows become ever more mesmerising in Muse Gallery’s intimate space. Visitors to Muse will also find themselves living and breathing art, in and around Hotel Stage. The rich tapestry of life and the cultural heritage on vivid display in its neighbourhood of Yau Ma Tei, from the Tin Hau Temple and Jade market to one of the territory’s oldest police stations and fruit wholesale markets, provide ample feasts for the eye and the soul. Hotel Stage is a mere five-minute walk to the MTR subway on which 3 stops will deliver you to the splendour and imagination in the Galleries, Insights, Discoveries and Encounters at Art Basel Hong Kong in the Hong Kong Convention and Exhibition Centre. Book your room directly and enjoy an array of benefits including free, full breakfast at Kitchen Savvy, our restaurant offering European cuisine, and a welcome drink at Muse Wine Bar. “Odyssey of Lights” is open to the public at Muse Gallery between 29 March and 29 April 2018, from 12 noon to 12 midnight daily.
Peter Tse's Watercolour Exhibition
Exhibiting his work at Muse Art Gallery is Peter Tse, a local trained architect and interior and landscape designer, who did not go far for his inspiration. In a series of watercolours, “Impressions of Hong Kong”, Peter has focused on scenes of Hong Kong, old and new, some familiar others intriguing, which appear under three themes: cityscape, ancient customs, and Kowloon Walled City Garden. Come and be mesmerised; fall under the spell of the beauty of Hong Kong through the watercolours of Peter Tse. Open to the public at Muse Art Gallery, 12 noon – 12 midnight daily, until 18 March 2018.
Contemporary Japanese Ceramists Exhibition
Gracing the Muse Gallery is the work of six Japanese ceramists whose tableware of soup bowls, rice bowls, plates, tea cups, teapots, mugs and other food and drink utensils, with or without glaze, fired at a range of temperatures, of different combinations of materials, are displayed Featuring Akihiro Nikaido, Yasuko Hasegawa, Minami Kodama, Chiho Itoh, Tetsuya Ozawa and Keicondo, the exhibition confirms tableware and pottery as an art form, and as with all art, it invites us to reflect and contemplate.