The 30th edition features more than 680 exhibitors from 40 countries and regions, showcasing a diverse selection of books and more.
Gagosian presents renowned Australian industrial designer Marc Newson first exhibition of limited-edition furniture in Hong Kong.
Around 200 works by some 112 artists—including Marcel Duchamp, René Magritte, Man Ray, and Andy Warhol—are on show in A Luta Continua, an exhibition of the Sylvio Perlstein Collection.
The local life and historical transformations of North Point and Yau Ma Tei are documented not through the eyes of curators but students, residents and local creatives – people deeply rooted in the two old neighbourhoods.
Appreciate up-close the ancient art of bamboo carving which produced brush pots, wrist rests, miniature landscapes, figurines created with the ‘iron brush’ ’—a term for knives and other carving tools used by literati to transfer their brushwork aesthetic to media such as boxwood, rhinoceros’ horns and ivory.
French photographer Romain Jacquet-Lagrèze set himself the task of documenting visually striking street signs, and put these photos together to create visual and linguistic poems with the help of his Hong Kong-born wife.
Featuring 88 photos by young Ukrainian photographer Sergey Melnitchenko, this exhibition offers an intimate glimpse into the world of nightclub employees and the everyday lives of common people in China.
This is a unique opportunity to take a peek inside 24 declared monuments and graded historic buildings that were previously, or are still, used as living quarters.
The exhibition by Nobel Peace Prize-commissioned photographer Sim Chi Yin – featuring ethereal landscapes of an undeclared war – takes viewers on a cinematic journey through traces of hidden histories, evoked by long-buried memories of the twelve-year conflict between the British colonial government and the resistance led by the Malayan leftists (from 1948 to 1960).
Inspired by Walt Whitman’s ecstatic and politically nuanced poem “I Sing the Body Electric” from Leaves of Grass (1855), the group exhibition showcases works from across various media that celebrate and complicate the themes of the body and desire, while exploring physicality and identity in the context of the synthetic and alienating nature of a highly digitised world.
This is a unique opportunity to see six masterworks by “the painter of black” and sculptor Pierre Soulages, one of France’s most important artists whose career spans over seven decades.
Featuring over 180 Japanese objects and more than 50 objects from the museum’s classical Ming and Qing dynasties furniture collection, the exhibition offers a comprehensive insight into two Asian superpowers’ differing yet equally lavish arts and crafts movements during the 17th to 19th century.
London-based artist Mandy El-Sayegh’s (b. 1985, Malaysia) new paintings, sculpture, and installation offer insight into her assessment of the systems—from global finance and media, to more organic and aesthetic frameworks—by which the world makes meaning, assign worth, and construct personal identity and culture.
Featuring new paintings, drawings and prints, the Yorkshire artist and writer’s (b. 1964) first exhibition in Hong Kong foregrounds the exploration of text, image and the language of painting within his work.
Willy Ronis (1910 – 2009), one of the most internationally renowned French photographers, is honoured with an exhibition that brings together his famous masterworks and lesser-known shots.
The world’s first TECH-iNK artist A.I. Gemini – programmed with artificial intelligence – paints unique Chinese landscapes.
Appreciate up-close new works by the 72-year-old American artist whose deceptively simple practice incorporates interwoven personal memories with historical recollections of America.
Step into the wondrous world of Japanese star artist Takashi Murakami at MURAKAMI vs MURAKAMI, a comprehensive and immersive survey exhibition featuring over 60 paintings and sculptures, video works, costume designs, and much more.
Paying tribute to the eponymous Italian neorealist film the group exhibition extends the film’s concern to a contemporary context and highlights individuals’ precarious status within increasingly tricky relations to various institutions and systems.
Italian artist Vanni Cuoghi’s (b. 1966) semi-autobiographical exhibition features a series of dioramas inspired by the devastation he witnessed in Hong Kong, when Typhoon Hato struck during a visit in 2017.
The concise exploration of the practice of painting is presented through the lens of nostalgia, a celebration of the quotidian, and of the fleeting by artists Qian Jiahua (b. 1987, Shanghai), Guo Hongwei (b. 1982, Beijing), and Lin Yi-Hsuan (b. 1985, Taiwan).
The art gallery is transformed into an excavation site as de Sarthe residence artist Wing Po So (b. 1985, Hong Kong) engages human senses through textures and smells.
The summer arts and culture project offers a line-up of events, programs and experiences for all ages – all centring on the diverse local ecology to be explored this summer.
Following BBC’s smash radio/podcast program A History of the World in 100 Objects, the British Museum is lending Hong Kong the featured rare treasures that traces human power, belief, art, trading and technology from 2 million years ago to the present.
The daughter of established Cantonese painter and sculptor Lin Yu Hao showcases her recent works that defy the rigidity of realistic paintings and traditional paradigms.
Form Colour Action pays tribute to pioneering Singaporean performance artist Lee Wen, who passed away in March this year, through a show of his never-before-seen drawings, paintings, and notes dating from 1978 to 2014.
Over 20 works from Alexis Ip’s ‘3D Neon Fantasies’ (further crafted from the original works of Keith Macgregor) and Stefan Irvine’s “The Last Tong Lau” (made in collaboration with digital artist Jörg Dietrich) are showcased in a unique Hong Kong-centric duo exhibition.
101 objects used by prisoners, judges, the police force and many more police station stakeholders are displayed in this thematic exhibition that chronicles a variety of stories about work and life in this historic compound over time.
Learn about leading environmentalist and primatologist Dr Jane Goodall’s conservation work, her scientific discoveries, the challenges that threaten the survival of wildlife, and how you contribute to nature conservation at this special exhibition.
The pioneering art space‘s summer events spotlight young talent from across the region with a series of initiatives, ranging from exhibitions and workshops to symposiums.
Contemporary Indian artist N S Harsha’s (b. 1969, Mysuru) 20 works, spanning over 20 years of his career, showcase his expansive artistic practice of paintings and sculptures that explore how nature stimulates creative thinking and artistic forms.
Featuring historic photos, vintage cotton products, as well as archival documents and objects, this exhibition unravels the rich history of Hong Kong’s textile industry.
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.