Introducing the contemporary ink art of Guangzhou-born artist Pan Gongkai, this exhibit showcases large-scale works that that fuse together Eastern and Western aesthetics.
Presenting works by the venerable the French-Chinese artists created with Hong Kong in mind, this exhibit is rich with symbolism pertaining to culture, history and memory.
after the deluge: Acclaimed Artist Kingsley Ng’s Latest Installation in a Vast Underground Storage Tank
Hong Kong’s oldest, and huge underground storage tank unit is given a temporary new media face lift by artist Kingsley Ng, who creates a symbolic and sensitive installation drawing on the theme of extreme weather and how humans handle it.
Rarely shown in such a large group display, the University of Hong Kong’s exhibit features exquisite art from Ifugao, Bontoc and Kankanaey tribes in the northern Luzon region of the Philippines.
Part three of the gallery’s “Materials in Focus” series feature ceramic works by local emerging artists who redefine the handmade from a creative craft into fine art.
New York-based artist Spencer Yeh has synthesized a selection of new and old moving-image works into an immersive installation spanning both floors of the gallery.
Showcasing 132 original photographs and eight films by 20th-century artist René Magritte, this is the first time works of the hugely influential Belgian surrealist will be shown in Asia.
This exhibition showcases the dramatic terrain and otherworldly landscape of Ethiopia as seen through the lens of National Geographic Award-Winning photographer Tugo Cheng.
French artist Pascal Lièvre re-appropriates terms and symbols of pop culture to create new paradigms through painting, performance and video.
200 archaeological finds from old ships of the Ming dynasty (1368 – 1644) will be on display. together with ceramics of the same period unearthed in Hong Kong, showcasing the flourishing trade of the Maritime Silk Road.
This exhibition explores the evolving history of contemporary dance on an institutional level, which will be illustrated with examples in local and neighbouring regions.
Prager depicts uncontextualized settings, manipulating scale and dimension to challenge our understanding of the boundary between fiction and reality.
Portraying scenes of Moscow alongside portraits of artists and intellectuals, this exhibit shows off the photographic mastery of Russian Constructivist Alexander Rodchenko.