In celebration of its 5th anniversary, F11 Foto Museum presents the series, shown in its entirety for the first time, of over 130 photos of our city taken in 1959 and 1960 by Ed van der Elsken (1925-1990), one of the most influential Dutch photographers of the 20th century.
The Lost Time Travel Machine features vibrant sculptures made with plastic toys and stationery by Hong Kong artist Angela Yuen that capture lively scenes of old Hong Kong.
See charming screen prints by Hong Kong screen printer Onion Peterman at Odd One Out, featuring quirky subjects from a cityscape narrative.
Rossi & Rossi presents Going East, Again, a solo exhibition of London-based artist Rasheed Araeen, who was recognised as the father of minimalist sculpture in 1960s Britain.
Find happiness and inspiration at Hanart TZ Gallery’s State of Happiness exhibition, where exhibited works are specially curated to bring viewers joy and optimism.
Ink painted collages and psychedelic photograms by French artists Antoine Rameau and Valérie Winckler are on show at La Galerie Paris 1839.
In a series of photographic panoramas shot in East Africa, celebrated photographer Nick Brandt records the impact of men in places where animals used to roam, but no longer do.
This sculpture exhibition highlights Hong Kong’s art community through 20 works from 18 local and international galleries, along with a programme of art talks.
Pékin Fine Arts’ group exhibition Gimme Shelter gives eight artists space to voice their most compelling creative expressions.
Over 30 pieces of Korean modern and contemporary art from the National Museum of Modern and Contemporary Art in Korea are on display at the Korean Cultural Center in Hong Kong.
Alisan Fine Arts transforms its gallery space into an Ineffable Garden with works by Chinese ink painter Zhang Jian-jun and multi-media American artist Barbara Edelstein.
Hong Kong-based artist Chow Chun-fai’s newest oil paintings depict the recent Hong Kong protests, presenting a heightened sense of urgency in their portrayal of a city in crisis.
The Sigg Prize 2019 Exhibition at M+ Pavilion at the West Kowloon Cultural District features works by the six Chinese artists shortlisted for the prize, including Tao Hui, Hong Kong artist Samson Young and more.
Blindspot Gallery’s exhibition Anonymous Society for Magick features quirky works of art about magic, theatre and dance by various mainland and Hong Kong artists.
CHAT celebrates its first anniversary with Unconstrained Textiles: Stitching Methods, Crossing Ideas, showcasing the diverse possibilities of textile art.
Villepin presents a wide range of rare works by the late Chinese painter Zao Wou-ki, including a selection of large-scale oil paintings, watercolours, Chinese inks and lithographs.
The Liang Yi Museum celebrates some of the most iconic and laborious decorative techniques of all times, including Chinese inlay, Japanese maki-e and European cloisonné enamel.