This year’s edition of the Hong Kong International Photo Festival features two exhibitions on experimental Japanese photography, alongside a wide range of satellite events that include talks, fairs, guided tours, screenings and workshops.
Joan Miró Prize-winning artist Kader Attia’s film Héroes Heridos (2018) and his other recent works remind visitors why historical trauma should be felt and remembered.
This exhibition shares the almost-forgotten experiences and memories of humdrum objects—that are normally neglected in museum contexts—kept by amateur or “outsider” collectors.
Chinese artist Hao Jingban’s first solo exhibition explores the subjectivity of interpretation and the politicalness of visual representations of the Manchukuo, a puppet state created in 1932 by Japan out of the three historic provinces of Manchuria (northeastern China).
Brian Tilbrook’s lively semi-abstracts and evocative paintings capture how Hong Kong’s geographical and political landscapes have changed over the course of the last five decades.
Arts and heritage centre Tai Kwun pays tribute to Kwan Kung, an icon of their site—and Chinese culture—in a new thematic exhibition comprising historical artefacts, artworks, and interactive installations.
This free exhibition, held to commemorate the centenary of the end of World War I, features news publications, postcards, fund-raising posters, commemorative medals, guns, and more.
HKU University Museum’s West Lake Panorama exhibition features the awe-inspiring scenery of Hangzhou’s West Lake area as immortalised in ancient and contemporary woodblock prints.
This exhibition of pictures, video clips, valuable documents and artefacts traces the history and development of Radio Television Hong Kong (RTHK).
Discover Hong Kong’s rich porcelain-making history in the 20th century through a showcase of exquisite porcelain designs, historical photos, manuscripts, hand-drawn designs, pigments and tools.
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.