‘On Sharks and Humanity’ Art Exhibition

On Sharks and Humanity                                                              Li Jiwei’s Forgotten Landscape | Image credit: Parkview Arts Action

Art Exhibition ‘On Sharks and Humanity’

Brings Together Top International Contemporary Artists to

Raise Awareness on the Negative Impact of the Shark Fin Trade

Hong Kong Maritime Museum

June 29 – end of September, 2017

Opening Hours: Mon - Fri 09:30 - 17:30; Saturday, Sunday and Public Holidays 10:00-19:00

Presented by Hong Kong Maritime Museum and Parkview Arts Action, ‘On Sharks and Humanity’ is a powerful exhibition and the first of its kind, which demonstrates the relationship between art and society, and emphasises the social responsibility of museums and artists. The contemporary art exhibition, sponsored by Hong Kong Parkview and in partnership with the international non-profit organization WildAid, is open to the public from 29 June until the end of September 2017 at the Hong Kong Maritime Museum. 
The exhibition includes 36 contemporary artworks by internationally recognised artists as well as emerging artists and brings together the worlds of visual art and humanitarian action. The show at the Hong Kong Maritime Museum is the fifth edition of a multidisciplinary exhibition co-curated by internationally lauded curator Huang Du, that has been shown in Monaco, Moscow, Beijing and Singapore to great acclaim. Three acclaimed local Hong Kong talents, Professor Ho Siu-Kee, Peggy Chan, and William Tong, are exhibited for the first time in the Hong Kong edition of ‘On Sharks and Humanity’. The exhibition aims to raise public awareness of shark conservation in Hong Kong and the Greater Pearl River Delta region.  

Hong Kong Maritime Museum, Central Pier No. 8, Hong Kong 
Public enquiries: (852) 3713 2500 

The Faculty of Arts is pleased to support ‘On Sharks and Humanity’ as an Education Partner. Free entrance to the exhibition will be offered to all University of Hong Kong staff, students and alumni upon presentation of the following unique QR code. 

Please present this QR code at the Museum entrance to gain free access to the ‘On Sharks and Humanity’ exhibition.

Further details on the exhibition are available at the following link:

For enquiries, please contact Ms Natalie Yip