Hailed a masterpiece, Greek visual artist Dimitris Papaioannou’s ‘The Great Tamer’ imbues life with magic through innovative choreography and stunning optical illusions.
Be dazzled by the Hong Kong debut of French choreographer Christian Rizzo’s dance work From a True Story, a piece inspired by the emotions he felt while watching a short all-male folk dance in Istanbul.
Hong Kong artist Cheng Ting Ting examines the meaning behind what most people would consider ordinary, even boring things — a worn-out boot, a pair of trainers and an old fridge — in her solo exhibition “Recipient Absent”.
Celebrate the 40th anniversary of China’s most pivotal art movements, The Stars, with a solo exhibition of its co-founder, French-Chinese artist Ma Desheng.
Polish photographer Bogdan Konopka’s (23 July 1953—19 May 2019) quietly intriguing and nostalgic contact prints of France are exhibited solo for the first time in Hong Kong.
Artistree presents five thought-provoking, bite-sized British productions, tackling topics ranging from gender to environmental concerns, created by award-winning production teams.
Hong Kong Art Centre’s “New Waves New Shores” festival screens nearly 20 quality films from 10 countries and plays host to engaging talks, a colour grading masterclass and film journalism and criticism workshops, and more.
Celebrated South African photographer Pieter Hugo’s solo exhibition showcases enthralling images of the seemingly quotidian to redefine what is emblematic of lives in China and Africa.
Rare and iconic photos of 1960s Hong Kong taken by renowned documentary photographer Yau Leung (1941 – 1997) are exhibited alongside contemporary captures by photo-based artist Lee Ka-sing (b. 1954).
Artist Devin Troy Strother Tackles Racial Issues Through the Mythology Surrounding the Black Athlete
In his latest body of work, multidisciplinary artist Devin Troy Strother (b. 1986) uses the stereotypes of the black entertainer to regain control of the narrative which often fetishises black people’s representation.
Curated by international figures from the world of arts, this exhibition features 40 contemporary and iconic French lifestyle design pieces created by or for Philippe Starck, Bouroullec, and Hermés, to name but a few.
Organised in honour of André Brasilier’s 90th birthday, this exhibition features a selection works that focus on natural beauty and Fauvist landscapes, and were inspired by his love for the equestrian world and Chantal Brasilier, his wife and muse.
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.
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.
Spanning his nearly four-decade-long career, ‘Transforming Photography’ offers an overview of renowned contemporary German photographer Thomas Ruff’s (b. 1958) versatile works.
Malaysian artist C.N. Liew, disciple of the great Zen master Bo Yuan and the student of Chinese contemporary ink artist Liu Kuo-Sung, showcases his spiritual longing for freedom through his brushstrokes.
Embark on a visually stunning and information-packed journey investigating the origin of the Earth through the OMNIMAX Show The Story of Earth 3D.
Travel back in time through precious Art Deco objects from China and France created by the bold and daring who made the famous proclamation “one must be modern and make it known to the world”.
Showcasing the works and performances by 17 contemporary artists and collectives, this exhibition reveals hidden sociopolitical agendas as well as personal and collective experiences of textile labour in our increasingly globalising world.
Join Design District Hong Kong (#ddHK) to explore Wan Chai’s local stories, architecture, intangible design and craftsmanship, and more, through free guided walking tours.
One of Hong Kong’s biggest annual happenings, Le French May is back with two months filled with over 120 music, theatre, film, art and food events held throughout the city.
The activity-packed programme looks at the ways artist filmmakers are exploring Queer culture in Hong Kong and the UK through various film and video techniques.
Renowned Chinese-American artist Chen Danqing’s (b. Shanghai, 1953) first major solo presentation in Hong Kong showcases his latest figure paintings from live models.
Artists from different temporal, regional and cultural backgrounds focus on relationships between “object and object”, “people and object”, and “people and people” in this themed exhibition curated by Pace Gallery.
Using paradoxical concepts and humorous language, Beijing- and New York-based contemporary artist Lin Jingjing explores the meaning and significance of humans in the age of artificial intelligence.
Rediscover Vincent van Gogh’s masterpieces and life through an immersive display of over 3,000 images set to an evocative classical music score.
Two French artists dig deep into their own psyche to unearth the hidden bind between nature and human beings.
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.
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.
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.
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 10th edition of the Chinese Opera Festival celebrates the enduring performing art through an opening programme hosted by the Xiqu centre and three performances by esteemed Chinese opera companies.
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.
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.
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.
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.
Organised by the Hong Kong Film Archive, this programme screens eight pairs of classic films— produced in Hollywood, Hong Kong and China—adapted from international literary works.
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.
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.