This free guided tour by The Asia Society offers the opportunity to explore and learn about the history and the transformation of the Victoria Barracks, a heritage building erected by the British Army in the mid-19th century.
This free exhibition explores how international trade in ceramics dramatically altered the course of Asian and European art, and how it spread styles, forms and manufacturing technologies throughout the world.
This exhibition showcases the meticulous collaborative effort between photographer Stefan Irvine and post-production expert Jörg Dietrich to showcase Hong Kong’s shophouse buildings (騎樓) in a new light.
This programme screens six quality movies that were released in 2017—Turn Around, Wonder Wheel, 1987: When the Day Comes, Tomorrow is Another Day, The Last Recipe, Narratage —over the course of ten days.
200 archaeological finds from old ships of the Ming dynasty (1368 – 1644) will be on display. together with ceramics of the same period unearthed in Hong Kong, showcasing the flourishing trade of the Maritime Silk Road.
‘The Serene Path’ chronicles Oh’s deep respect for Nature, in particular, geology and the passing of time in a series that consists of fourteen new vertical and horizontal ink paintings on rice paper scrolls.
Inaugurating the new space at David Zwirner’s first Asia annex is a harrowing and mesmerizing exhibit showcasing oil paintings in which malevolent infants serve as metaphors for a dark future that might lie ahead for humanity.
Presented by the Hong Kong Film Archive, this programme screens eight internationally acclaimed movies, which are released between 2004 and 2016, and all shaped by a desire to portray the multifaceted reality of Chinese Malaysians.
A weekend of literature, market stalls, creative workshops, and an eclectic musical line-up including indie favourites Chochukmo, electro group Blood Wine or Honey and Canto hip-hop collective Project Ace.
British Artist Kour Pour is known for his elaborate carpet paintings that depict familiar symbols of different cultures and universal concepts of beauty, while the works of Chinese artist’s Su Dongping are informed by Taoist philosopher Laozi.
Presented will be new paintings, drawings and collages by German artist Magnus Plessen, whose first exhibit in Hong Kong features work from his epic series ‘1914’, which draws on the themes of life, death and redemption.
Barcelona’s legendary Sónar festival comes to Hong Kong for its second edition, bringing with it a mix of edgy and enigmatic music, including Japanese jazz-infused post-rockers Mouse On The Keys, and local rapper Fotan Laiki.
This diverse conference will bring together more than 25 internationally-recognised speakers, including esteemed authors and emerging writers, as well as an interdisciplinary cohort of filmmakers, game developers, scientists and investors.
Featuring over 1,700 international and local artists in 130 performances and over 300 complementary outreach and education activities, the 2018 Hong Kong Arts Festival boasts an impressive and diverse program.
Harbour Arts Sculpture Park features sculptures by over 18 established and emerging local and international contemporary artists, including wry provocateur Tracey Emin, alongside important Hong Kong artists Morgan Wong and Kacey Wong.
The prominent German artist’s first exhibition in Hong Kong and East Asia will showcase more than twenty conceptual multimedia works that are emblematic of his artistic pursuit for exploring the intrinsic relationship between the original and
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.