French artist Pascal Lièvre re-appropriates terms and symbols of pop culture to create new paradigms through painting, performance and video.
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.
Nahas draws inspiration from the rhythms, forms and phenomena of the natural world, and this exhibit showcases that fascination with layered, resplendent relief paintings redolent of coral reefs.
Hong Kong gallery Ora Ora celebrates its new space at huge art complex H Queens with an exhibit of local and mainland Chinese artists engaged in the subject of literature.
Documenting Myanmar is a non-profit exhibition revolving around the theme of the power and subjectivity of the documentary.
This exhibit brings together the works of two photographers, Edgar Leciejewski from Leipzig and Eugene Zhang from Hong Kong, covering the topics of life and death, beauty and transience.
With surrealist and humorous undertones, Liang Ban’s art raises questions about human civilisation and its connection to nature.
The biggest event in Hong Kong’s increasingly rich art calendar, Art Basel has effectively put the city on the international culture map since its inception five years ago.
Bound together by the theme of adult children-parent relationships, this exhibit features work in multimedia of six Hong Kong art that interrogate intimate and complex familial ties.