Curated by Lalie Choffel, Contamination pays tribute to thirty years of the radical and unique work of major artist Antoine D’Agata, exhibiting thirty prints in both colour and black & white, and a video installation.
This environmentally-conscious exhibit aims to draw attention to the importance of protecting and sustaining our planet.
Oskar Kokoschka, Egon Schiele, Koloman Mosar – these are some of the renowned figures Mondino captures in his irreverent series of portraits that pay tribute to famous artists.
From a Bomb Shelter to Concert Hall: Vietnamese Pianist Dang Thai Son Plays Schubert, Liszt and More
Inspiring pianist Dang Thai Son rose to prominence when he was awarded first prize in prestigious Warsaw-based contest, though his biopic-like life story that involves surviving the Vietnamese war and learning to play piano in a bomb shelter.
Presented by HK Cine Fan, this special program will screen ten films by esteemed feminist director Jane Campion, the only female filmmaker who has ever won the prestigious Cannes Palme d’Or.
The Big Meal is a comedy that captures many meals shared by five generations of a family throughout the years, chronicling their relationships, values, beliefs and more.
One of Hong Kong’s most renowned cinematographers is launching a solo exhibition comprising of various media as well as a two-volume collection on filmmaking.
This free two-day forum will focus on the study of Buddhist relics, the artistic styles and archaeological discoveries in the core areas of the Silk Road.
The lively 1935 Henri Sauguet work in which eight dancers explore scenes of peripatetic circus troupe is given a contemporary twist incorporating urban dance and electronic music.
Trained by the father of modern ink art Liu Kuo-Sung, the late artist Kwok Hon Sum’s delicate work pays homage to Chinese philosophy while showcasing mastery of colour, concept and brushwork.
Local photographer Chan Dick explores the everyday life of firefighters from the vantage point of his bathroom window, offering an enchanting bird’s eye view of their activity.
Co-curated by Hong Kong Ballet’s Artistic Director Septime Webre and David Liu, this series of events is set up to provide greater insights into contemporary ballet and the choreographers’ creative processes.
Xavier Cha’s ‘Ruthless Logic’ and Jes Fan’s ‘Mother is a Woman’ on Show at Pioneering Art Space Empty Gallery
This two-pronged show features a martial arts moving image work on the upper floor of the black box space, while the lower floor plays host to an installation piece drawing on themes of gender, body modification and applied science.
Cirque du Soleil’s KOOZA combines gravity-defying acrobatic performance and the art of clowning, while exploring fear, identity, recognition and power.
From March until June this year, Asia Society will host a monthly screening of films about love in all its forms.
This retrospective will screen 37 films starring two of Hong Kong’s all-time biggest stars, Leslie Cheung and Anita Mui, to commemorate the 15th anniversary of their passing.
Challenging conventional notions of what constitutes a painting, Jane Lee’s lush, abstracted works re-examine the signiﬁcance of Western painting practices while asserting her own process and culture.
This new production of Andrew Lloyd Webber’s ever-popular musical Evita comes to Hong Kong as part of an international tour.
Guangxi-born, Beijing-based artist Huang Dan’s works are infused with the dreamy colour palettes and forms of the impressionists, while taking reference from the Chinese ink art canon.
Set up by heritage concern group streetsignhk, this exhibition showcases signboard installations and more in a newly openend cha chaan teng.
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 site-specific show was created specifically for the city by Berlin-based artist Leila Hekmat, and will extend into an exhibit of costumes and photographs reflecting the performance.
One of Hong Kong’s biggest annual events, Le French May is back with two months of music, theatre, film, art and food events held throughout the city.
A major figure in the Arte Povera movement in Italy that strove to offset the fading of memory by juxtaposing the old and new, Kounellis’ practice encompassed a wide range of materials and mediums, converging paint, sculpture and performance.
Showcasing over twenty recent ink-and-wash depictions of the French countryside, this is the first Hong Kong solo exhibit of Chinese-born French painter Shan Weijun.
Artist Lai Lon Hin surreptitiously snaps banal scenes with his smartphone, in a series of works raising questions about media and perspective in contemporary society.
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.
Opie presents a series of photographs shot in Yosemite National Park in California, alongside a series of ceramic sculptures that demonstrate a new direction in her practice.
American-British artist Sarah Morris continues her exploration of urban environments and the tensions between social space, identity and power with a series of new paintings.
Collaborating with influential gallery Denise René from Paris, Hong Kong gallery Puerta Roja offers a kaleidoscopic look at the Kinetic and Op art movement through 20th and 21st century incarnations.
Eight classic Chinese opera films will be screened as a part of the Chinese Opera Festival 2018.
This exhibition offers a window into 1930s China through the captivating work of Swiss photo-journalist Walter Bosshard, who was one of the earliest journalists to record this critical decade in Chinese and world history.
Inspired by the uniqueness of the Hakka village at the foot of Tai Mo Shan, thirteen artists produce site-specific works meditating on life and the passing of time in this rustic, far-flung corner of Hong Kong.
Office workers wanting to squeeze in a bit of cinema time to their 9-5 can do so at a discounted price at CityPlaza, which is introducing a new program with a range of films.
Presented by the Hong Kong Film Archive, this program will screen six pairs of movie adaptations of Chinese literary classics, including the lauded 1993 film Farewell My Concubine starring Leslie Cheung.
This programme presents monthly screenings of German films centred around themes of war, disaster, anarchy, politics, and more.
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.