Italian fine art photographer Valentina Loffredo‘s latest series, which explores the healing process that leads us from a trauma back into life, will be on show at Soho 189 and Novalis Contemporary Art Gallery.
This year’s edition of the Hong Kong International Photo Festival features two exhibitions on experimental Japanese photography, alongside a wide range of satellite events that include talks, fairs, guided tours, screenings and workshops.
Comprising works made with ready-made materials such as dice, dominoes and buttons, this thought-provoking exhibition explores the element of chance as well as the constructive tendency in Brazilian art.
This exhibition at Tai Kwun brings together works by Hong Kong artist Tang Kwok Hin and Japanese artist Motoyuki Shitamichi that reflect on the themes of the everyday and of borders through a series objects, installations, and dialogical
Cheung, whose work is widely exhibited and collected internationally, brings dreamlike mixed media paintings and intricate Chinese lattice screens to his Hong Kong debut show. This new body of work deals with identity, territory and sense of
Chinese artist Hao Jingban’s first solo exhibition explores the subjectivity of interpretation and the politicalness of visual representations of the Manchukuo, a puppet state created in 1932 by Japan out of the three historic provinces
Kenny Wong Chi-chuen, winner of the 23rd ifva Awards Media Art Category stimulates visitors with unimaginable possibilities of movements in sculptures and disturbing computer-generated sounds that defy the understanding of physics and art.
This retrospective welcomes renowned guests to Hong Kong, including Academy Award-winning composer Alexandre Desplat—known for his musical scores to films such as The Grand Budapest Hotel and The Shape of Water—and screens enduring French
Bringing together the works of five contemporary artists who are living and working in China and Hong Kong, this eclectic exhibition addresses the need to react visually to the uneasy experience of living in an ever-changing environment.
Arts and heritage centre Tai Kwun pays tribute to Kwan Kung, an icon of their site—and Chinese culture—in a new thematic exhibition comprising historical artefacts, artworks, and interactive installations.
Showcasing 10 distinctive projects spanning industrial design, visual communications, sensory explorations and interactive installations, this exhibition challenges the limits in the digitalisation of design.
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.