Hong Kong based artist Daphné Mandel explores nature’s relationship to urbanity in this mixed-media exhibit based in a singular, historic public museum.
A tram running between Whitty Street and North Point will be layered with pictures of refugees, advocating diversity and inclusion in Hong Kong.
Inspired by Hong Kong, Portuguese artist Vhils’s new body of work resonates with the human experience of living in a contemporary megalopolis.
Displaying familiar and nostalgic scenes of a bygone era, Yau Leung’s photography documents a rapidly changing Hong Kong from the 1960s to the year of the handover.
Three Japanese artists experiment with diverging materials, blurring the boundary of painting and sculpture in their own ways.
This exhibit showcases the energetic works of German-French abstract expressionist Hans Hartung, surveying a selection from the 1940s to the very end of his life in 1980s.
Art world provocateur par excellence Damien Hirst brings to Hong Kong a jarring juxtaposition of cheerful abstract paintings with his signature grim animal corpses.
Market Cats is photographer Marcel Heijnen’s latest exhibit, following on from the widespread attention and success of his last show, Shop Cats.
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.