The exhibit displays four Chinoise tapestries of Emperor Qianlong which were commissioned by King Louis XV and which demonstrate deep connections between the French and Chinese courts.
Featuring a fine selection of ceramics dating from the Neolithic to late-Qing period, the Art Museum hopes to facilitate engagement through objects that tell the story of China’s cultural development.
This exhibition juxtaposes rare antique Chinese Buddhist stone sculptures with the ultramodern paintings by iconic Japanese artist, Yoshitaka Amano.
Kong Chun Hei’s cool aesthetic draws in viewers forced to examine perceived realties in a multimedia series of works that zero in on the stresses of urbanised life.
A family-friendly, timeless classic gets a stage adaptation that brings to life a beloved story .
Austrian artist Robert Lettner explores the philosophy behind Chinese landscape painting, producing works that combine Eastern and Western aesthetics and ideas.
Araki’s photographic vision that often blends the surreal with the erotic has garnered following worldwide, and this exhibit offers a window in the way he observes the everyday.
Acclaimed Chinese diaspora artist Walasse Ting’s unforgettably vibrant works are showcased at the gallery that first promoted the artist in the Hong Kong market.
Presenting a varied programme that incorporates art, photography, contemporary dance, and classical music, the longstanding cultural festival caters to diverse tastes.
Liang Yi explores the themes of loss, absence, and return in the process of building a collection of antique Chinese furniture as inspired by three movements from Beethoven’s Les Adieux and the history of the museum.
This exhibit offers a curious window into the religious iconography of the Church of the East, showcasing ancient Nestorian crosses ( 12th-13th centuries) found in north-west China.