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.
Painter Litao re-imagines Xicheng, the now defunct district of his childhood that was once part of Chengdu, before the city underwent tremendous urban redevelopment.
This exhibition showcases the meticulous collaborative effort between photographer Stefan Irvine and post-production expert Jörg Dietrich to showcase Hong Kong’s shophouse buildings (騎樓) in a new light.
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.
‘The Serene Path’ chronicles Oh’s deep respect for Nature, in particular, geology and the passing of time in a series that consists of fourteen new vertical and horizontal ink paintings on rice paper scrolls.
Inaugurating the new space at David Zwirner’s first Asia annex is a harrowing and mesmerizing exhibit showcasing oil paintings in which malevolent infants serve as metaphors for a dark future that might lie ahead for humanity.
A series of thought-provoking talks exploring the shifting role of women in Hong Kong’s art world from the 1960s onwards.
A weekend of literature, market stalls, creative workshops, and an eclectic musical line-up including indie favourites Chochukmo, electro group Blood Wine or Honey and Canto hip-hop collective Project Ace.
With a passion for playing with imagery extracted from the Western art canon, emerging artist Jinpeng’s video art re-creates classic scenes with humorous irreverence.
British Artist Kour Pour is known for his elaborate carpet paintings that depict familiar symbols of different cultures and universal concepts of beauty, while the works of Chinese artist’s Su Dongping are informed by Taoist philosopher Laozi.
Prager depicts uncontextualized settings, manipulating scale and dimension to challenge our understanding of the boundary between fiction and reality.