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Art SUPERmarket: a fundraising project for the year 1998/99

Feb 13, 1998
Mar 1, 1998


Para/Site Art Space, 2 Po Yan Street, Sheung Wan

Au Kai Wai, Au Wai Lin, Marc Brulhart, Daniel Chan, Chan Fat Hing, Chan Ho Fung, Jannel Chan, Chan Kai Yin, Chan Kam Shing, Chan Wai Fan, Chan Wai Man, Kurt Chan Yuk Keung, Grace Cheng, Lisa Cheung, Stephen Cheung, Cheung Tsui Hung, Ching Chin Wai, Karl Chiu, Cho Hyun Jae, Choi Yan Chi, Almond Chu, David Clarke, Fan Yuk Ki, Norman Jackson Ford, Fung Ho Yin, Joseph Fung, Simon Go, Oscar Ho Hing Kay, Ho Siu Kee, Tarie Ho, Hui Yan Yan, Evelyna Kan, Ko Wai Kwong, Desmond Kum, Frog King (Kwok Mang Ho), Edwin Lai, Lam Chi Kwong, Lam Yuk Lin, Freeman Lau, Holly Lee, Lee Ka Sing, Lee Kin Tong, Lee Man Sang, Patrick Lee, Woody Lee, Anthony Leung Po Shan, Leung Chi Wo, Leung Mee Ping, Rosanna Li Wei Han, Tim Li, Esther Liu, Jane Liu, Chris Lo, Lo Yat Lun, Lo Yin Shan & Anthony, Yvonne Lo, Lui Chun Kwong, Luk Chi Cheong, Mak Fung, Phoebe Man Ching Ying, Ng Hoi Chi, Ng Sai Kit, Ng Tsz Kwan, Paul Sabol, Bobby Sham, Wilson Shieh Ka Ho, Sin Yuen, Sit Lik Hoi, Siu King Chung & NUX, So Hing Keung, So Yan Kei, Ringo Tang, Hiram To, Sonia Tsang, Kith Tsang Tak Ping, Wan Lai Kuen, Eric Wear, Blues Wong, Wong Chin Pang, Wong Lai Ching, Sara Wong Chi Hang, Wong Yuk Ling, Yam Wai Lun, Young Hay, Yeung Lam Ching Ina, Yim Ka Mei, Yim Pui Kwan, Eva Yuen, Zunzi


To encourage alternative art collecting and to raise fund for 1999’s exhibition series Beyond the Vision at Para Site Art Space, an event called Art SUPERmarket was opened on February 13, 1998. About ninety local artists took part and donated some 180 small pieces of work, from photographs to mixed media works, for sale at a fixed affordable price of HK$800 only.

Beyond the Vision is a series of nine specially curated exhibitions by guest curators and Para Site members, plus nine forums held by commissioned critics. After each exhibition, all the essays on the exhibition will be published in the form of brochure. It aims at promoting interactions of different forms of art in the local visual arts scene in order to project a new perspective. Para Site receive a fund of HK$300,000 from the Hong Kong Arts Development Council to cover the basic operations of the gallery for the year 1998/99. For the budget to organize Beyond the Vision, an extra amount of HK$220,000 has to be raised from private sectors.

In addition to sales of artworks during the fundraising party of Art SUPERmarket, there is also a climax of a 3-day-long performance by veteran artist Kwok Mang Ho. Art Life at Para Site for 72 hours by Kwok is a multi-media art performance emphasizing on the interaction between audiences and the artist. Art grows in three days and ends up in an atmosphere of carnival.


More materials are available to view on site at Para Site. 

Click here to see a full inventory of all archive materials and contact us at archive@para-site.art for enquiries, to request an appointment to view materials, and for archival materials donations.


The Archive Project is financially supported by the Project Grant of the Hong Kong Arts Development Council.



Events Schedule

Art SUPERmarket and Art Life at Para Site for 72 hours: free admission


Art SUPERmarket

Feb 13, 1998
6:00 – 9:00pm (press meeting starts at 4:00pm)


Feb 14 – Mar 1, 1998
4:00 – 9:00 pm (Wed – Fri)
2:00 -9:00 pm (Sat, Sun)


Art Life at Para Site for 72 hours
a multi-media performance by Kwok Mang Ho

Feb 11, 1998 4:00pm – Feb 13, 1998 9:00pm


EVENT LEAFLET AND PRESS RELEASE (1998/PRO_1/BOX 1/1, 1998/PRO_1/BOX 1/3, 1998/PRO_1/BOX 1/6)

INVITATION LETTERS (1998/PRO_1/BOX 1/7, 1998/PRO_1/BOX 1/5, 1998/PRO_1/BOX 1/4)