To commemorate the life and career of the “jade throated diva” who passed away on 26 September 2018, the Hong Kong Heritage Museum exhibits a special collection of Ng’s costumes, headgears, scripts and photos.
A true story adapted for the stage, Touching the Void is about two men attempting a dangerous Andean mountain ascent climbing on the same rope when disaster strikes. For any chance of survival, one must cut the other free.
The first solo exhibition in Hong Kong dedicated to Vogue photographer Irving Penn (1917-2009) brings together a selection of his most iconic works in fashion photography, portraiture, nudes, and still life, as well as platinum prints and paintings.
Inspired by the personal experience of being attacked by a stranger, this exhibition by Berlin-based Hong Kong artist Isaac Chong (b. 1990), address themes of incarceration, victimisation, border, migration, oppression and politics of space.
Bringing together the divergent subjects and styles within Roe Ethridge’s practice—such as commercial photography, fine art and stock imagery—this photography exhibition underscores a mixing of categories that is to be embraced and
Curated by Blue Lotus Gallery, this is the first Hong Kong exhibition for Dutch rock photographer Gijsbert Hanekroot, who captured legends such as David Bowie, Patti Smith, Mick Jagger, and John Lennon—to name but a few—in their prime.
Urban design experts share their insights, past experience and future vision on heritage conservation and adaptive reuse in Hong Kong, tackling questions such as ‘What is considered ‘heritage’ and who should decide this?.
The second Hong Kong solo exhibition for T’ang Haywen (1927-1991), one of the three most important Chinese post-war artists from the French diaspora, features his avant-garde film and rare paintings used in this work.
Oscar-winning Hong Kong art director and designer Tim Yip’s multidisciplinary works and his collaborations with some of the world’s best filmmakers are brought to life in an exhibition organised by the Hong Kong Design Institute.
Back by popular demand, Le Corsaire is a visually spectacular swashbuckling tale that follows the escapades of Conrad, a dashing pirate, who journeys across the dangerous seas to rescue Medora, a ravishing harem girl.
Offering insight into the history of timekeeping, 120 historical timepieces from China and Europe are exhibited alongside ancient Chinese instruments and contemporary time measuring tools at the Hong Kong Science Museum.
Coinciding with today’s Sino-U.S. trade war, Hong Kong Maritime Museum’s new special exhibition offers visitors a comprehensive look at the commercial and political ties from 1784 to 1900 between these two superpowers.
Local arts, culture and heritage organisations tell stimulating stories of the city’s history of epidemics and its social impact, tracing back from the 19th century plague to the SARS outbreak in 2003.