New works by contemporary British painter Rose Wylie will be on display in painting a noun… at David Zwirner, her first solo exhibition in Hong Kong.
UA CineHub’s new series of “ARTiculate” and “In Search of the Great Composers” bring to the Hong Kong audience at K11 Art House documentaries about great artists and collections in first-rate museums and galleries around the world.
Reiko Sudo, established Japanese textile designer, presents the creative process behind her nuno (textiles/fabrics) through her drawings and sketches, raw materials and design prototypes, as well as immersive video and sound installations.
Koloa: Women, Art and Technology presents an array of Tongan art practices, including ngatu (bark cloth) making, fine weaving such as ta’ovala garments and ceremonial mats, and kafa (woven rope) while exploring their significance in expressing female wealth and self-empowerment.
Nine exciting productions for the little ones makes KidsFest a worthy diversion for families.
Hong Kong Maritime Museum’s new exhibition The World on Paper features rare ancient maps, charts and books revealing how China developed its perspective of the world.
The fifth edition of the Hong Kong French Theatre Festival puts on four classic plays by award-winning French playwrights to raise funds for A Child’s Smile.
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.
Canadian artist Crystal Liu showcases 13 new works on paper, constructing landscapes as metaphors for the unseen and intangible forces that drive human beings from within.
Exit Gallery presents The Blazing World, an exhibition of prints and oil paintings by emerging Hong Kong artists Li Ning and Stanley Shum.
Liang Hao, one of China’s great up-and-coming artists, showcases his ethereal artworks in Unfolding into the Expanse.
British R&B singer-songwriter Bruno Major comes to Hong Kong this March for one night only, bringing his blissful, romantic vocals to This Town Needs.
Ink painted collages and psychedelic photograms by French artists Antoine Rameau and Valérie Winckler are on show at La Galerie Paris 1839.
Japanese artist-curator Yutaka Inagawa features 28 artworks from the collection of Jehan Chu,
Michael Xufu Huang, William Lim and Cindy Chua-Tay that experiments on balancing discreet and obvious protagonists that resonate with a cultural cohesion.
Stanley Wong, alias anothermountainman, an award-winning visual communicator from Hong Kong, showcases his “Positive Hong Kong redwhiteblue” series, graphic designs and promotion campaigns created in his 40-year creative career.
British rockers Fat White Family bring their shambolic brand of music to Hong Kong for the first time this March.
The 48th Hong Kong Arts Festival brings 125 music, theatre and dance performances from around the world, and introduces new works by local and overseas artists.
Envisaged as a ‘Listening Biennale’, the 2019 Bi-City Biennale of Urbanism\Architecture will promote a concept called ‘ImaginiCity’ – a hypothetical index that measures the level of imagination within the city – and in turn empower imagination in the city’s future builders.
Pianist Colleen Lee and conductor Jason Lai revive some of Beethoven’s best-known pieces in this classical concert by the Hong Kong Sinfonietta.
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 year’s China Women’s Film Festival brings thought-provoking, inspiring and diverse stories of women finding themselves – as well as meetings with directors, networking events for filmmakers and more.
Ecology In The Making: A History of Amateur Naturalists in Hong Kong explores the stories of 12 individuals who contributed to the making of modern ecology in Hong Kong from 1816 to 1984.
Nunchucks used by Bruce Lee are on display at the Hong Kong Film Archive until March 2020, alongside screenings of iconic Hong Kong kung fu and wuxia films.
Crafts on Peel, a not-for-profit creative venue located in a historic walk-up, presents traditional craft techniques and stories to be preserved in the modern world.
The Lost Time Travel Machine features vibrant sculptures made with plastic toys and stationery by Hong Kong artist Angela Yuen, who that captures lively scenes of old Hong Kong.
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.
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.
The landmark exhibition explores the role women’s clothing and accessories played in the social construction of gender and identity from the late imperial era in China and Japan to the early modern period.
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.