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.
Featuring over 1,700 international and local artists in 130 performances and over 300 complementary outreach and education activities, the 2018 Hong Kong Arts Festival boasts an impressive and diverse program.
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.
Combining realism with absurdist characteristics, Auspicious Day is a play about the purpose of marriage and the family problems related to it.
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.
Held every three years, the Hong Kong International Poster Triennial showcases and collects outstanding poster designs from all over the world through competitions, exhibitions and symposiums.
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.
With surrealist and humorous undertones, Liang Ban’s art raises questions about human civilisation and its connection to nature.
This free film festival will bring internationally acclaimed films from Burkina Faso, Switzerland, Canada, and Belgium to Hong Kong’s silver screen.
This free exhibition looks back on the arduous journey that Dr Sun Yat-sen, ‘the founding father of modern China’, faced in the early years of the Republic of China.
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.
In honour of the Lantern Festival, the Hong Kong Film Archive will screen six classic Cantonese comedies centered around love in all its forms over the course of eight weeks.
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.
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.
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.
Now in its 42nd year, the pioneering film festival is back with a versatile programme containing over 250 quality films from more than 55 countries, which will be screened in various cultural venues in Hong Kong.
Cambodge 50’s is a solo exhibition showcasing black and white silver gelatin prints by the French photographer Raymond Cauchetier, whose nostalgic yet familiar scenes depict daily life in the early years of Cambodia’s independence.
Chungking Express and Other Gems: The Hong Kong International Film Festival Honours Actress Brigitte Lin Ching-Hsia
The 42nd edition of the Hong Kong International Film Festival (HKIFF) will pay tribute to cinema icon Brigitte Lin Ching-Hsia by screening 14 of her movies and giving fans the opportunity to meet Lin face-to-face.
This group exhibition seeks to demonstrate how minimum ink brushwork functions with white space to establish the essence of classical Chinese painting.
Vibrant Ladders adorn Pacific Place: Installation piece ‘Spiral Scratch’ by Scottish artist Jim Lambie
Scottish contemporary artist and 2005 Turner Prize nominee Jim Lambie presents his largest floor installation to date – a vibrant collection of 15 ladders anchored through the space in rhythmic, overlapping formation.
Harbour Arts Sculpture Park features sculptures by over 18 established and emerging local and international contemporary artists, including wry provocateur Tracey Emin, alongside important Hong Kong artists Morgan Wong and Kacey Wong.
The prominent German artist’s first exhibition in Hong Kong and East Asia will showcase more than twenty conceptual multimedia works that are emblematic of his artistic pursuit for exploring the intrinsic relationship between the original and the copy.
Multimedia artists team up with the Centre for Heritage, Arts and Textile (CHAT) to produce works musing on Hong Kong’s rich fashion and retail history.
The exhibition tracks the artists’ creative and symbiotic developments over the years, bringing together more than 290 works dating from 1986 to 2018.
M+ will showcase a new Hong Kong edition of the acclaimed Songs for Disaster Relief exhibition conceived by the multidisciplinary artist Samson Young for the 57th Venice Biennale.
A Beast, A God, And A Line: Exhibiting the Overlapping Worlds and Waves of Migration across Asia-Pacific
The travelling exhibit features the work of artists from across Asia Pacific of various historical contexts, including introducing the works of a few key modernist and late modernist figures who have shaped the language of art during the past half century in South Asia.
This environmentally-conscious exhibit aims to draw attention to the importance of protecting and sustaining our planet.
From March until June this year, Asia Society will host a monthly screening of films about love in all its forms.
The Blue Road is a comprehensive exhibit surveying different uses of blue in Persian art and history, a colour that has had widespread appeal and significance through centuries and across Asia.
This exhibit demonstrates how the tender friendship between master painters Chao Shao-an and Yang Shanshen inspired the moving and forward-thinking art they created together.
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.