This programme presents monthly screenings of German films centred around themes of war, disaster, anarchy, politics, and more.
Zhao’s second solo exhibition with Tang Contemporary Art in Hong Kong explores aspects of time and the way it alters our perception of the artworks on view.
This free event includes art performances, guided tours, talks and exhibition openings across Wong Chuk Hang, Aberdeen and Tin Wan.
Ballet Nacional de España (BNE) comes to Hong Kong for a renowned two-piece performance that showcases the company’s new aesthetic and stylistic approach following the success of their recovery of folkloric tradition and varied Spanish dance styles.
Puppets, movies, music and transformative effects meet in this comical and magical show from Denmark.
Seven contemporary and one classic Italian movie will grace The Grand Cinema’s screen in a ten-day festival presented by the Hong Kong International Film Festival Society.
Don Quixote’s wild stories of love, adventure and illusion will be brought to life in a play starring two renowned Hong Kong actors, Jim Chim and Chan Suk Yi.
In this exhibition, Hong Kong artist Nadim Abbas and Beijing-based Wang Tuo join forces to create a site-specific mixed-media and video installation bound together by their shared fascination for urban subcultures.
This interdisciplinary show brings together works from twenty-seven artists, designers and architects to explore the historical and cultural complexities of Southeast Asia.
This retrospective on lauded Chinese filmmaker Li Pingqian (1902 – 1984) will screen eighteen of his best works spanning different themes, genres, and decades.
MOViE MOViE’s ‘Life is Art’ summer film festival returns with a programme of 20 acclaimed documentaries about legendary artists and stars, including Whitney, Kusama: Infinity, and Ruby Yang‘s Ritoma.
Zooming in on the inner life of his adopted cat, Ballball, Hong Kong artist-activist Kacey Wong’s whimsical multimedia show mixes ideas around animal psychology with socio-politics.
This show features memorable scenes from Hong Kong and cities across the mainland, as captured by American photographer Moyer, who has been documenting life and historical events across China since 1976.
This programme screens a sampling of films released after 1970 that were shot in black-and-white for artistic reasons, including the Black & Chrome edition of Mad Max: Fury Road.
The 5th edition of the Hong Kong Sundance Film Festival will screen an array of quality independent feature films by American filmmakers as well as short films by local talent.
Artist Veronica Green invites visitors into an enchanted world inspired by nostalgic memories of childhood.
This is a joint exhibition of selected works by Lithuanian artist Gedvile Bunikyte and Chinese artist Bai Xincheng, who are inspired by the paradox of regular against irregular and tangible versus intangible.
The New York-based artist’s first show in Hong Kong will feature new photographs and paintings that continuing along her line of exposing the double standards influencing women’s identities in everyday depictions of women.
Xin Yunpeng’s first solo exhibit in Hong Kong will feature new and old work produced using edited and manipulated footage, and exploring socio-political themes.
Shipwrecks and other finds will be on display in this exhibition showcasing the history of community trade, religions, cultural exchange, historical and maritime archaeology of the maritime silk road.
This solo exhibit by Guangdong-born, Hong Kong-based artist Trevor Yeung brings together the artist’s research on the everyday as explored through metaphors of botanic ecology, horticulture and photography.
Hatoum, a Palestinian artist now living in London, explores themes of home and displacement in her works that span the gamut of video, installation and sculpture.
Curating art works from the museum’s collection, this show invites visitors to explore the history of ink art created in Hong Kong, mainland China and diaspora communities abroad.
This show features the works of esteemed diaspora artists Yi Kai and Wu Shaoxiang, who both endured the Cultural Revolution as young men and moved abroad in 1989 to develop their artistic careers.
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.
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.