Disconcerting religious practices, sneaky alien activity and magical weirdness feature in Hong Kong Film Critics Society’s occult-themed festival.
This opera-in-concert will see the Hong Kong Philharmonic Orchestra and renowned international opera artists perform the final chapter of Wagner’s bombastic Ring Cycle.
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.
Presented by the Hong Kong French Film Festival, this retrospective honours the life and career of influential French Filmmaker Jean-Pierre Melville by screening six of his movies, alongside Johnnie To’s Vengeance.
Hosted by the Sun Museum, this series of free lectures will offer a closer look at various topics in Chinese Culture, such as incense, tea, flowers and cosmetics.
Presenting works by the venerable the French-Chinese artists created with Hong Kong in mind, this exhibit is rich with symbolism pertaining to culture, history and memory.
The Hong Kong Independent Film Festival (HKindieFF) presents a rich selection of international indie films over the course of two weeks.
The Sky Show “KAGAYA’s Aurora” offers a look at different auroras captured by time-lapse photography and allows audiences to connect to nature in a unique way.
after the deluge: Acclaimed Artist Kingsley Ng’s Latest Installation in a Vast Underground Storage Tank
Hong Kong’s oldest, and huge underground storage tank unit is given a temporary new media face lift by artist Kingsley Ng, who creates a symbolic and sensitive installation drawing on the theme of extreme weather and how humans handle it.
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.
Rarely shown in such a large group display, the University of Hong Kong’s exhibit features exquisite art from Ifugao, Bontoc and Kankanaey tribes in the northern Luzon region of the Philippines.
Part three of the gallery’s “Materials in Focus” series feature ceramic works by local emerging artists who redefine the handmade from a creative craft into fine art.
Hosted by the Hong Kong Film Archive, this special programme is an opportunity to meet Jimmy Lin, one of Hong Kong’s most popular movies stars of the 1960s, and to see six of his movies on the big screen.
Presented by the Hong Kong International Film Festival Society (HKIFFF), this mini movie programme screens the last two films of the late acclaimed French director Jacques Rivette, Don’t Touch the Axe a.k.a. The Duchess of Langeais and Around a Small Mountain.
New York-based artist Spencer Yeh has synthesized a selection of new and old moving-image works into an immersive installation spanning both floors of the gallery.
Following two seasons in London’s West End, the acclaimed revival of Andrew Lloyd Webber’s much-loved musical CATS comes to Hong Kong.
Showcasing smart design and architecture with talks and public guided tours across the Hong Kong and Shenzhen, this Bi-City Biennale aims to raise greater awareness about sustainability in city planning.
Two acclaimed and chilling 90s thrillers, Silence of the Lambs and Se7en , are brought back to the silver screen in a mini film programme hosted by the Hong Kong International Film Festival Society (HKIFFF).
Co-presented by Goethe-Institut Hong Kong and 42nd Hong Kong International Film Festival, this retrospective will screen the early works of one of cinema’s most controversial and enigmatic filmmakers, Werner Herzog.
Organised by HK Cinefan, this retrospective screens eight movies of the late acclaimed Italian director Michelangelo Antonioni, who is best remembered for the provocative 1966 movie Blowup.
Showcasing 132 original photographs and eight films by 20th-century artist René Magritte, this is the first time works of the hugely influential Belgian surrealist will be shown in Asia.
This special exhibition, featuring over 200 silver objects, zooms in on the role of silver in global economic development.
This free exhibition explores how international trade in ceramics dramatically altered the course of Asian and European art, and how it spread styles, forms and manufacturing technologies throughout the world.
The OMNIMAX Show “Jean-Michel Cousteau’s Secret Ocean” captures the beauty and diversity of the ocean, including extraordinary shots of over 30 underwater species and their curious quirks.
Heritage institution MILL6 presents ‘TECHSTYLE Series 2.0,’ the second edition of its annual series exploring the significance of textiles in contemporary society.
This exhibition showcases the dramatic terrain and otherworldly landscape of Ethiopia as seen through the lens of National Geographic Award-Winning photographer Tugo Cheng.
French artist Pascal Lièvre re-appropriates terms and symbols of pop culture to create new paradigms through painting, performance and video.
In honour of the Chinese Ghost Festival, the Hong Kong Film Archive presents a special programme of classic movies featuring alluring female ghosts.
200 archaeological finds from old ships of the Ming dynasty (1368 – 1644) will be on display. together with ceramics of the same period unearthed in Hong Kong, showcasing the flourishing trade of the Maritime Silk Road.
This exhibition explores the evolving history of contemporary dance on an institutional level, which will be illustrated with examples in local and neighbouring regions.
Prager depicts uncontextualized settings, manipulating scale and dimension to challenge our understanding of the boundary between fiction and reality.
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.
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.
Portraying scenes of Moscow alongside portraits of artists and intellectuals, this exhibit shows off the photographic mastery of Russian Constructivist Alexander Rodchenko.
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.