Hong Kong Human Rights Arts Prize - Viewing & Auction Night

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Goethe-Institut Hongkong

2 Harbour Road

13F & 14F, Hong Kong Arts Centre, 2 Harbour Rd

Hong Kong, HKI

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Please join Justice Centre's team at the viewing and auction of shortlisted artworks from the 2021 Hong Kong Human Rights Arts Prize.

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Established in 2013 by Justice Centre Hong Kong, the Hong Kong Human Rights Arts Prize (HKHRAP) has played a pivotal role in discovering and encouraging Hong Kong artists to explore the state of human rights and in turn, has inspired the civic imagination. This year, artists were encouraged to explore the theme ‘Shared Future’ through topics including ‘life for refugees in Hong Kong’ or ‘visions of an inclusive society’.

Listed as one of the top 10 Hong Kong art events to visit by Tatler Hong Kong, this year's edition promises to be better than ever!

On June 24th, we will be conducting a live auction of the award-winning pieces, auctioned by Georgie Hilton of Christie's. An online auction of remaining shortlisted works will also take place.

33 amazing shortlisted artworks from artists hailing from a variety of backgrounds and communities will be on display. All proceeds go directly to support future Arts Prize events and enable Justice Centre to continue helping refugees, asylum seekers and other forced migrants in Hong Kong.

Please note that unfortunately due to COVID-19 related restrictions we are not permitted to serve food or drink at the event.

Co-hosted by the European Union Office of Hong Kong and Macao, supported by the Goethe-Institut Hong Kong.

Auction Details:

- Doors open 6pm, Auction starts 6.45

- There will be a raffle draw where winners will have the chance to win a shortlisted artwork!

- Limited Edition Prints from a selection of the shortlisted works will also be available for purchase.

- Watch and follow our social media accounts as we give sneak peeks of the items so you can plan your bidding!

- Preview all works here from 8th June:

Follow Hong Kong Human Rights Arts Prize :

Instagram: @hkhumanrightsartsprize

Facebook: @HongKongHumanRightsArtsPrize

Full list of shortlisted artworks:

Youth Entry:

1.     Trinity Ro, Tears of a Refugee

2.     Cecily Houghton, The photograph was taken in Mong Kok

3.     Charmaine Wan, Colour of Love

4. Simran Narwani, Working lives

5.     Chester Leung, SHARED FUTURE?

InkluVision Award

1.     June Wong Siu Ling, The Waves

2.     Kasper Forest,  Immediate Sexuality, My Insight

3.     Jamela Law, A Broken Vessel cannot Hold

4. Wienc Wong, Samp, Hong Kong, 2020

5.     Yip Kin Bon, Do Not Cross The Line

6.     Amrita Tandon, A Helping Hand

7.     Monique Yim, The Daily Norm

Adult Entry/Shared Future

1.     Shawn Tang Pak Hin, Departure to Nowhere, Somewhere

2.     Terence Li, Green Walls

3.     Jiaming Liao, We Shall Be One

4.     Tong Kit Yee, A Ray of Light 2016 – 2021

5.     Yip Kin Bon, If You Miss Home

6.     Wiency Wong, A Traveler Review of Mong Kok District (free copies)

7.     Cheung Yick Kan, Wish You Have a Good Day

8.     Alexander Treves, Towards Leviathan, Together

9.     Keith Cheng, A Stone's Throw

10.   Rebecca Hon Ngan Ting, Urban Variations No.1

11.   Nicole Au Yeung, The Karma and The Hands

12.   Ophelia Jacarini, Look At Me

13.   May Sum, You and Me

14.   Ng Kai Fung, The Monuments 

15.   Eric Fung Yee Lick, Time to Wake Up

16.   Wendy Kwan Hiu Wah, Aside, No More

17.   Cody Wong, Hong Kong Spirit

18.   Ling Chung Wah, 201 Sai Yee Road,Mong Kok,Hong Kong

19.   Kyra Campbell, Text Me When You Get Home

20.   Nadeeshani Ranagna, I Am a Mother Who Never Give Up

21. Marissa Reyes Beckmann, The Invisible Filter of Empathy

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Goethe-Institut Hongkong

2 Harbour Road

13F & 14F, Hong Kong Arts Centre, 2 Harbour Rd

Hong Kong, HKI

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The Hong Kong Human Rights Arts Prize is organized by and for the benefit of Justice Centre Hong Kong.

Justice Centre Hong Kong is a non-profit organisation focused on the promotion of human rights through our legal, psychosocial, research, policy and advocacy work. We are committed to driving change for a just and fair society.

Founded in 2007 as Hong Kong Refugee Advice Centre, we help more than 300 forced migrants annually on their road to a new life.


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