Wang Xin’s penchant for challenging the archaic structure of the art world manifests itself in her latest provocative and interactive exhibit.
This year, music and arts festival Clockenflap celebrates its 10th edition with an international lineup that includes Massive Attack, The Prodigy and Feist, alongside local favourites Chochukmo and New Youth Barbershop.
Bringing together thirty of the world’s leading specialist dealers in rare books, manuscripts, maps and photography, this fair showcases curious historical artifacts worth perusing.
This photography exhibition zooms in on the activists’ grand and banal moments, recalling the intensity, excitement and exhaustion of their involvement in Hong Kong’s pro-democracy movements.
In this talk, curator and researcher Petra Poelzl explores her field research on the overlooked performance art scene in Chengdu during the 1990s.
The exhibit of Hong Kong-based South African artist Ross Turpin features a mixed media installation alongside a series of paintings on canvas and paper.
The brainchild of cross-media theatre group Zuni Icosahedron, Freespace Tech Lab explores the forefront of stage technology in collaboration with West Kowloon Cultural District.
With over fifty galleries participating this year, this event celebrates Hong Kong’s vibrant contemporary art scene under the playful theme “Artropolis”.
Featuring the works of artists Yoshitaka Amano, Yuichi Sugai and Takeru Amano, this exhibit charts the development of anime as a Japanese pop art movement with contemporary pieces.
This conceptual art exhibit involves a thousand-metre sea of blue tape stretched across the entrance of the gallery, which both invites and challenges the visitor to step in, actively marking their entrance as opposed to passive frequentation.
Hong Kong artist Gary Mok’s new show draws on personal journeys and the duality of belonging in two cities.
British artist Chris Evans’ works are juxtaposed with those of Hong Kong artist’s Pak Sheung Cheun in an exhibit meditating on power, its abuses and impact.
This exhibition showcases the works of award winning new media artist Hui Wai-Keung, who focuses on software, game and generative art.
In this exhibit, the Shanghai-based artist uses techniques such as collage and installation to evoke a post-apocalyptic world rife with violence and destruction.
Presented by award-winning travel company Jacada Travel, this photography exhibition showcases the beauty of Northern Europe.