Multimedia artists team up with the Centre for Heritage, Arts and Textile (CHAT) to produce works musing on Hong Kong’s rich fashion and retail history.
This mini-film festival screens two contemporary Science Fiction Films, The Martian (2016) and Children of Men (2006), followed by talks with veteran film critics.
Four Hong Kong-based influential Instagram photographers―Jeremy Cheung (@rambler15), Sunny Liu (@sunny_liu), Hans Leo Maes (@typicalplan) and Kevin Mak (@kingymak)―have curated an exhibition showcasing their own works that depict Hong Kong’s sloped cityscape.
Dubbed the “current front-runner in the new generation of Lieder singers”, Appl’s poignant renditions of the songs of Schubert, Grieg, Britten, and other composers, will be accompanied by pianist James Baillieu.
Alexander Ullman is the winner of 2017 International Liszt Piano Competition. He will perform his winning pieces in front of Hong Kong audiences.
Shorties Film Festival is a new week-long celebration of Asia’s most exciting short films, offering a window into life and art in Thailand, Singapore and elsewhere.
Presenting his research on historical monuments, the Berlin-based Hongkonger will explain how he uses performance art to address the subject of history and memory.
In this talk, the Victoria and Albert Museum’s Head of Interpretation Bryony Shepherd will go through how to create engaging and creative learning experiences for visitors of exhibits and museum programs.
Prizewinning German concert pianist Michail Liftis performs a spirited rendition of the enduring Prokofiev piece, alongside a work by a local composer, Chan Kai-Young.
The exhibition tracks the artists’ creative and symbiotic developments over the years, bringing together more than 290 works dating from 1986 to 2018.
Spread over the four exhibition spaces of the newly opened Hong Kong gallery, the show features several new works not publicly shown before: pictures of intimacy and friendship with views and angles of the world at large.
This collaborative project between French photographer Michel Eisenlohr and Hong Kong photographer Yan Kallen questions the relationship between photographer and city.
This exhibit showcases roughly twenty new works by the renowned artist who draws on and pushes the boundaries of Chinese ink art, using pioneering techniques and concepts.
Hong Kong Week features series of talks on Hong Kong politics, literature, cinema and more in this week long symposium that is open to the public.
M+ will showcase a new Hong Kong edition of the acclaimed Songs for Disaster Relief exhibition conceived by the multidisciplinary artist Samson Young for the 57th Venice Biennale.
Painter Peter Yuill creates new monumental ink works that address the absurdity of existence by playing with geometric forms and mythical symbolism.
Twin brothers Gustavo and Otavio Pandolfo together have developed an internationally recognized style born of influences across pop culture, music, folk art, and their vivid inner worlds.
Mark Bradford’s densely layered paintings and mixed media installations question America’s social landscape, politics and cultural history through a rigorous physical and material approach to the canvas.
Yoshitomo Nara’s singular and uncanny visages return to Hong Kong, in an exhibit that will feature new works by the artist including paintings, drawings and ceramics.
Jiang Zhi’s most recent solo exhibition, “Going and Coming” explores the themes of temporality and impermanence of life, articulating the paradox of material and perception, suffering and experience.
Two of the most recognised artists of Post-war European abstraction, artists Manolo Millares and Antoni Tàpies pushed the boundaries of the Spanish painterly tradition through a radical use of textures, materials and graphism.
Continuing in the tradition of Pop art, American artist KAWS draw upon art history and contemporary culture, creating a cast of characters that also draw on the tradition of abstract painting.
Antony Gormley’s jagged iron sculptures foreground a new development in the groundbreaking artist’s work – a move beyond representational forms featuring plant-like branches that map the human body in space.
Exploring the perception of images and narratives alongside communication behaviours in the 21st century, Aitken’s multimedia works inspire self-reflexivity.
A Beast, A God, And A Line: Exhibiting the Overlapping Worlds and Waves of Migration across Asia-Pacific
The travelling exhibit features the work of artists from across Asia Pacific of various historical contexts, including introducing the works of a few key modernist and late modernist figures who have shaped the language of art during the past half century in South Asia.
The sixth edition of the Affordable Art Fair will exhibit over 115 galleries, showcasing fresh and enticing works by emerging talent, and hosting a number of live art performances and talks.
Two dastardly vampire flicks are brought back to the silver screen in Hong Kong, both inspired by the Bram Stoker’s Dracula.
Featuring photography and new media pieces from local and international artists, this exhibit offers a fresh take on classical works, inviting viewers to reassess their understanding of the narratives that come with enduring art.
Curated by Lalie Choffel, Contamination pays tribute to thirty years of the radical and unique work of major artist Antoine D’Agata, exhibiting thirty prints in both colour and black & white, and a video installation.
This environmentally-conscious exhibit aims to draw attention to the importance of protecting and sustaining our planet.
Oskar Kokoschka, Egon Schiele, Koloman Mosar – these are some of the renowned figures Mondino captures in his irreverent series of portraits that pay tribute to famous artists.
Presented by HK Cine Fan, this special program will screen ten films by esteemed feminist director Jane Campion, the only female filmmaker who has ever won the prestigious Cannes Palme d’Or.
Xavier Cha’s ‘Ruthless Logic’ and Jes Fan’s ‘Mother is a Woman’ on Show at Pioneering Art Space Empty Gallery
This two-pronged show features a martial arts moving image work on the upper floor of the black box space, while the lower floor plays host to an installation piece drawing on themes of gender, body modification and applied science.
Cirque du Soleil’s KOOZA combines gravity-defying acrobatic performance and the art of clowning, while exploring fear, identity, recognition and power.
From March until June this year, Asia Society will host a monthly screening of films about love in all its forms.
This retrospective will screen 37 films starring two of Hong Kong’s all-time biggest stars, Leslie Cheung and Anita Mui, to commemorate the 15th anniversary of their passing.
Set up by heritage concern group streetsignhk, this exhibition showcases signboard installations and more in a newly openend cha chaan teng.
The Blue Road is a comprehensive exhibit surveying different uses of blue in Persian art and history, a colour that has had widespread appeal and significance through centuries and across Asia.
This site-specific show was created specifically for the city by Berlin-based artist Leila Hekmat, and will extend into an exhibit of costumes and photographs reflecting the performance.
This exhibit demonstrates how the tender friendship between master painters Chao Shao-an and Yang Shanshen inspired the moving and forward-thinking art they created together.
Inspired by the uniqueness of the Hakka village at the foot of Tai Mo Shan, thirteen artists produce site-specific works meditating on life and the passing of time in this rustic, far-flung corner of Hong Kong.
Presented by the Hong Kong Film Archive, this program will screen six pairs of movie adaptations of Chinese literary classics, including the lauded 1993 film Farewell My Concubine starring Leslie Cheung.
This programme presents monthly screenings of German films centred around themes of war, disaster, anarchy, politics, and more.
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.