In this talk, acclaimed French comic artist Étienne Davodeau will share his experiences, insights and inspirations, as well as demonstrate his drawing techniques in front of the audience.
Atmospheric Flushes and Intimate Delving: Contemporary Chinese Painter Cui Xinming’s Differentiation
Emerging contemporary artist Cui Xinming, who hails from Chongqing, paints expressive, luminescent works that suggest brooding stories of spectral and anonymous figures.
Independent artists from across the world collaborate in painting a staircase in lively Sheung Wan, exploring fun ways in which art and community can collide.
Documenting Myanmar is a non-profit exhibition revolving around the theme of the power and subjectivity of the documentary.
This exhibit brings together the works of two photographers, Edgar Leciejewski from Leipzig and Eugene Zhang from Hong Kong, covering the topics of life and death, beauty and transience.
This one-day event is an opportunity to meet artists Shane Aspegren and Karl Van Welden, hailing from the US and Belgium respectively, and to discover their works in an intimate setting.
The Asia Contemporary Art Show offers galleries and artists from around the world the opportunity to meet with and sell to local and international collectors and art buyers in Hong Kong.
A group of feminist artists hailing from New York who use facts and humour to draw attention to gender and ethnic inequalities and bias in the art world will speak in Hong Kong for the first time.
With surrealist and humorous undertones, Liang Ban’s art raises questions about human civilisation and its connection to nature.
Curated by leading Hong Kong artists Samson Young and Yang Yeung, this curious show brings together musical scores, photos and paintings pertaining to contemporary and classical music.
A range of curious and elegant classical and contemporary works from Southeast Asia will be on display before they go on auction.
Portraying scenes of Moscow alongside portraits of artists and intellectuals, this exhibit shows off the photographic mastery of Russian Constructivist Alexander Rodchenko.
Conceptual artist Heman Chong plays with themes of truth versus fiction in a series of works that involve digitally repeating pages from Singapore’s national newspaper, the Straits Times.
The biggest event in Hong Kong’s increasingly rich art calendar, Art Basel has effectively put the city on the international culture map since its inception five years ago.
A colourful mural by London artist Remi Rough will be unveiled in the Quarry Bay MTR station, as a group of international street artists set work on a series of pieces in Tailoo park.
The satellite fair to Art Basel returns to Hong Kong’s Central Harbourfront for its fourth edition and will feature cutting edge new media show and large-scale installations alongside booths from a host of international art galleries.
A diverse group of local and international artists will be painting street murals in Central, Sheung Wan and Sai Ying Pun as a part of Hong Kong Art Month 2018.
Bound together by the theme of adult children-parent relationships, this exhibit features work in multimedia of six Hong Kong art that interrogate intimate and complex familial ties.