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PUBLISHED : Friday, 18 June, 1999, 12:00am
UPDATED : Friday, 18 June, 1999, 12:00am

EXHIBITIONS Sentiments Of Yunnan Works by two Yunnan artists - serene paintings by Chen Heng and slightly surrealistic paintings by Ma Yun. 10am-6.30pm Mon-Fri; 10am-6pm Sat. Hanart TZ Gallery, 2/F Henley Building, 5 Queen's Road, Central. Tel: 2526 9019. Ends tomorrow.

Chinese Paintings Paintings of flowers by Wong Tsz-mei. 9am-6pm Mon-Fri; 9am-1pm Sat. Foyer, Queensway Government Offices High Block, Admiralty. Tomorrow- June 30.

Acrylic Paintings Colourful modern abstract acrylics by French artist Patrick Prudhomme. 9am-7pm Mon-Fri; 9am-5pm Sat. Artland Gallery, 3/F 301-307 Lockhart Road, Wan Chai. Tel: 2511 4845. Tomorrow- July 2.

Those Days, In 1989 Local photographers contemplate the significance and impact of the Beijing democratic movement. Pao Galleries (10am-8pm daily) and Experimental Gallery (9am-10pm daily), Arts Centre. Tel: 2582 0200. Ends June 20.

33 Moments Of Happiness Minimalist silk paintings by Eric Otto Wear, inspired by a 17th-century text about happiness. 4pm-8pm Wed-Fri; 2pm-8pm Sat-Sun. Para/Site, G/F 2 Po Yan Street, Sheung Wan. Tel: 2517 4620. Ends June 20.

Degree Show Models of innovative projects by UHK architecture students. 11am-7pm daily. Department of Architecture, 3/F Knowles Building, University of HK. Tel: 2859 2133. Ends June 20.

Mannequins Around The World Black-and-white photographs of mannequins around the world, by Mauro Fieni. 10am-6pm Sat-Sun. Woodside Gallery, Mount Parker House, Quarry Bay. Tel: 2562 6181. Ends June 20.

Journals Ceramic objects by Suzy Cheung, who explores memories and emotions. 11am-7pm Mon-Sat. The Pottery Workshop, Fringe Club. Tel: 2525 7949. Ends June 22.

Living Heritage Photographs of selected artefacts, illustrating the functional, social and symbolic values of the house in various regions of China, by Kai-yin Lo. 10am-7pm daily. City Hall Exhibition Hall. Tel: 2921 2847. June 22- July 6.

The Lyrics Of Nguyen Thanh Binh Minimalist, Zen-like paintings by this leading Vietnamese artist. 10.30am-6.30pm Mon-Sat. Galerie La Vong, 13/F One Lan Kwai Fong. Tel: 2869 6863. Ends June 23.

Pathways Of Water Meticulous paintings of fruit, flowers and birds by indigenous Colombian artist Carlos Jacanamijoy. 11am-7pm. Cultural Centre Exhibition Gallery. Tel: 2734 2009. June 23- July 8.

Seasons' Symphony Paintings and original poems on the theme of nature and the changing seasons, by HK-born artist Chung-hung Gosselin. 10am-6pm Mon-Sat. HK Institute for the Promotion of Chinese Culture, Room 1001 Shun Tak Centre, Sheung Wan. Tel: 2559 4904. June 23-July 10.

Early Views And Maps Of Macau Early engravings, lithographs, photographs and maps of Macau, dating from 1570-1890. 10am-6pm Tue-Sat and 1pm-5pm Sun. Wattis Fine Art, 2/F 20 Hollywood Road, Central. Tel: 2524 5302. June 23-July 13.

I Have My Box In Black An installation of over 300 black boxes; part of the Youth Experimental Arts Festival. 2pm-10pm Tue-Sun. Z+, 1/F Block B, 12 Oil Street, North Point. Tel: 2234 6478. Ends June 24.

Sixth Anniversary Exhibition Galerie La Vong celebrates its sixth birthday with this exhibition of paintings by some of Vietnam's best contemporary artists. 10.30am-6.30pm Mon-Sat. Galerie La Vong, 13/F One Lan Kwai Fong. Tel: 2869 6863. June 24-Aug 18.

The Unbearable Loneliness Of Being Ceramic artist Li Wei-han creates witty works exploring HK people's abhorrence of silence. 11am-7pm Mon-Sat. The Pottery Workshop, Fringe Club. Tel: 2525 7949. June 25-July 10. Free slide lecture by the artist (in Cantonese), July 2, 6.30pm-7.30pm.

Face To Face! Portrait paintings by local students. 10am-8pm daily. Sai Wan Ho Civic Centre. Tel: 2568 3721. Ends June 26.

Graduation Exhibition Works by CUHK students Tsui Hau and Kam Tin. 10am-4.45pm Mon-Sat; 12.30pm-5.30pm Sun (closed public holidays). Chinese University Art Museum. Tel: 2609 7615. Ends June 27.

Three Photographers Enigmatic images of Hong Kong by Warren Leung Chi-wo, Laurence Aberhart and So Hing-keung. 11am-7pm Mon-Sat; 1pm-5pm Sun (closed 2pm-3pm Mon-Fri). John Batten Gallery, 64 Peel Street, Central. Tel: 2854 1018. Ends June 27.

Abstractions Works in oil on canvas and Chinese ink on paper by Chinese abstract artist Wang Chuan. 10am-6pm Mon-Fri; 11am-6pm Sat. Alisan Fine Arts, 315 Prince's Building, Central. Tel: 2526 1091. Ends June 28.

Group Show Yank Wong, Peter Stuart, Yeung Tung-lung and Gui Wan each exhibit two works - one old work and one new work, inspired by the old one. Noon-9pm Mon-Sat. Fringe Club. Ends June 30.

Antique Tibetan Furniture Tibetan chests, cabinets, tables and painted wooden manuscript covers, some dating back to the 14th century. 10am-6.30pm Mon-Sat; 1pm-5pm Sun. Zee Stone Gallery, G/F 43-55 Wyndham Street. Tel: 2810 5895. Ends June 30.

A View From Prince Edward A photo-installation deconstructing a small room in a Prince Edward flat, by Luke Ching Chin-wai, Sit Lik-hoi, Chiu Kwan-ho and Wong Siu-ming. 2pm-7pm Tue-Sat. OP fotogallery, 5 Prince's Terrace, Mid-Levels. Tel: 2537 4716. Ends July 3.

Impressions Of Light And Shadow Watercolours by Zhinan Jiang. 8am-11pm Mon-Fri; 9am-7pm Sat; 1pm-9pm Sun. University Library Gallery, HKUST. Tel: 2358 6707. Ends July 5.

Xiao Huiwang Chinese photographer Xiao Huiwang captures people's momentary existence in her portraits and nudes. 10am-8pm Mon-Fri; 2pm-6pm Sat. Wurth Gallery, Goethe-Institut, 14/F Arts Centre. Tel: 2802 0088. Ends July 10.

Kartika Affandi This female Indonesian artist creates naturalistic works, squeezing the oils directly from the tube and working them with her fingers. On show 24 hours a day. Galerie Regal, 1/F Regal Kowloon Hotel, 71 Mody Road, TST East. Tel: 2313 8566. Ends July 10. Free hands-on workshop tomorrow, 10am.

Home Affairs This exhibition documents an innovative project in which artists went into local households to create art. 9am-5pm daily (except Tue). Sam Tung Uk Museum, Kwu Uk Lane, Tsuen Wan, next to MTR station. Tel: 2411 2001. Ends July 12.

Two Exhibitions In One Images Of Women V - contemporary oil paintings by leading Chinese neo-realists; and Treasures - antique Chinese furniture from the Ming to the early Qing Dynasty. 10am-7pm Mon-Sat. Schoeni Art Gallery, 21-23 Old Bailey Street, Central. Tel: 2869 8802. Ends July 21.

Covering Tiananmen An exhibition of newspaper front pages, to mark the 10th anniversary of the massacre. 8.30am-4.30pm Mon-Fri (closed 12.30pm-2pm daily). The Freedom Forum, 15/F Shui On Centre, 6-8 Harbour Road, Wan Chai. Tel: 2596 0018. Ends July 31.

My Life In Bali Paintings by Balinese children. On show 24 hours a day. Basement, Regal Kowloon Hotel, 71 Mody Road, TST East. Tel: 2313 8566. Ends July 31.

Signed And Sealed Digitally enhanced lithographic prints based on historic British and Chinese documents, by Pat Elliott Shircore. 10am-7pm Mon-Sat. Gallery Opus, 2/F Vogue Building, 67 Wyndham Street. Tel: 2541 3126. Permanent.

MUSEUMS The Origins Of Modern Art In France French paintings and sculptures by Monet, Renoir, Cezanne, Rodin and others. 10am-7pm Mon-Wed and Fri-Sat (closed Thur); 1pm-6pm Sun and public holidays. HK Museum of Art, TST. $10 ($5) - Wed free. Tel: 2734 2167. Ends June 23.

Adornment For The Body And Soul Exquisite ancient Chinese ornaments. 9.30am-6pm Mon-Sat; 1.30pm-5.30pm Sun (closed public holidays). University Museum and Art Gallery, University of HK, 94 Bonham Road. Tel: 2975 5600. Free. Ends July 4. Free guided tours June 20, 1.30pm (in English) and 3pm (in Cantonese).

Homage To The Masters Invited senior local artists show how they have been influenced by the French masters. 10am-6pm Mon-Wed and Fri-Sat (closed Thur); 1pm-6pm Sun and public holidays. HK Museum of Art, TST. $10 ($5) - Wed free. Tel: 2734 2167. Ends July 18.

Time For Tea Contemporary British teapots from the Crafts Collection of The British Council. 10am-5pm daily (closed Wed). Museum of Tea Ware, Flagstaff House, HK Park. Free. Tel: 2869 0690. Ends Aug 29.

OMNIMAX The Legend Of Neutron Stars; Everest The Legend Of Neutron Stars - for astronomy buffs. Everest - the dramatic true story of a team of climbers. Daily (except Tue). In Cantonese, English, Putonghua and Japanese. Space Museum Theatre, 10 Salisbury Rd, TST. Tel: 2734 2722. $32 ($16) Urbtix.

ART HOUSE Super Frame Local independent films and videos, with post-screening discussions (in Cantonese). Today, 7.30pm. Space Museum Lecture Hall. $45 Urbtix. Enquiries: 2734 2926.

Taiwan Film Festival Films by Taiwanese director Hou Hsiao-hsien. In Mandarin, Fukienese, Cantonese and Shanghainese; with Chinese and English subtitles. LPY. $50 Urbtix.

Good Men, Good Women - the tale of a lovelorn actress. Today, 6.30pm; June 22, 7.30pm.

The Boys From Fengkuei - follows some young people who go to Kaohsiung in search of work. Today, 8.30pm; June 25, 6.30pm.

Lovable You - Wen-wen tries to escape an arranged marriage, and falls in love. Tomorrow, 2.30pm; June 26, 4.30pm.

The Green, Green Grass Of Home - school teacher Da-nian launches an environmental campaign. Tomorrow, 4.30pm; June 26, 2.30pm.

The Sandwich Man - a man struggling to support his family takes a job as a clown. Tomorrow, 6.30pm; June 24, 7.30pm.

Goodbye South, Goodbye - explores moral and political corruption in Taipei through the tale of a small-time gangster. Tomorrow, 8.30pm; June 26, 8.30pm.

Dust In The Wind - Ah Yun works hard to support his family, and then he is drafted. June 20, 2.30pm; June 26, 6.30pm.

The Puppetmaster - an hallucinatory biopic about a puppeteer. June 23, 7.30pm.

Graduation Screenings Films by third-year film and television students at the APA. Tomorrow, 4pm. APA Drama Theatre. Free tickets from APA box office.

Living Rights Living Rights - a video about human rights in HK. In Cantonese; no subtitles. June 20, 5.30pm. LPY. $20 Urbtix.

World Film Classics The Bitter Tears Of Petra Von Kant - an exploration of dominance and submission in human relationships. Dir: Rainer Werner Fassbinder. In German; English subtitles. June 21, 7.30pm. LPY. $50 Urbtix.

LPY is the Lim Por Yen Theatre, Arts Centre Urbtix: 2734 9009 Send information to Kay Ross, SCMP Listings, GPO Box 47. Deadline Monday. Fax 2562 2485.