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Make your Christmas truly magical this year and enjoy a stunning display of light installations at Central Harbourfront as part of Hong Kong Tourism Board’s Pulse Light Festival. Featuring artists from all across the world, the festival encourages visitors to participate and interact with each piece of artwork. From walking through an infinite tunnel of our city’s iconic neon signs, to riding on an interactive illuminated horse, the exhibition is the perfect place to soak in the winter festivities –…
Featuring a number of career-defining works from her Swimming Pool series, Maria Svarbova, Slovakian photographer and award-winning artist, will be showcasing her first solo exhibition at YellowKorner from January 4 to February 28. With a fascination with the sterile and geometric beauty of old swimming pools, Svarbova's works are softly vibrant in a dream-like atmosphere. Despite the retro setting, the pictures somehow also evoke a futuristic feeling, giving its audiences a unique visual pleasure that may otherwise be unobtainable in reality.
Step inside the glamorous world of fashion and explore 100 of the finest works made by over 40 world-renowned fashion photographers as the Beyond Fashion Exhibition brings together art, fashion, and food in one stylishly immersive encounter. Handpicked by curator and art historian, Nathalie Herschdorfer, the exhibition will also feature a lunchtime forum, guided tours, as well as a specially curated dining menu by Mike Bagale, former Executive Chef of Chicago’s three-Michelin-starred restaurant, Alinea.
Inspired by his recent trip to Hong Kong, Canadian-born artist Marcel Dzama will be showcasing his latest collection of artworks at David Zwirner Gallery from January 22 to March 9. Exploring a range of local influences such as horse-racing leaflets and dance magazines from the 60s to 70s, Dzama's unique and playful works will be presented through a series of drawings, dioramas, as well as film.
Showcasing Japanese artist Hikari Shimoda’s latest collection of quirky pop art paintings, Over The Influence gallery presents “Can Pop Art Show the Way to Nirvana?”, Shimoda’s first solo exhibition in Hong Kong. Featuring a series of doe-eyed, childlike, and charming characters inspired by Japanese anime and manga, Shimoda’s work combines pop culture with fine arts using bold graphic oils as well as mixed media paintings.
March Mayhem is soon to ensue – and with it, everything that the city’s arts community and visiting international talent has to offer. But if you’re eager to fill your cultural calendar ahead of time, then you’re in luck. The Hong Kong Arts Festival launches on February 21 and closes on March 23. This year’s festival includes 166 performances from over 1,700 performers. Check out our list of must-see performances and events taking place during the festival that you’re going…
Launching a new music platform featuring some of Hong Kong’s best local bands and talents, The Hive’s Band of the Month series sees local indie band, Esimorp, headline at its Central location on February 22. Having won the 2017 Volkswagen x Underground Battle of the Bands, and performed on the FWD Stage at Clokenflap 2018, Esimorp’s sweet indie rock and ambient pop sounds will make for the perfect start to your weekend.
Art lovers from around the city are in for a treat as West Kowloon partners up with 1a space for the Kowloon City Art Festival. Featuring an interactive eco-friendly installation and open stage, a public art exhibition showcasing works of local artists, a parent-child workshop inspired by the history of Kowloon City, an art market, mini-artbook fair, outdoor yoga, and much more, visitors can expect an immersive art experience like no other.
How would you like to stroll along the beautiful seaside promenade at the Hong Kong Disneyland Resort, have tons of fun with hundreds of adorable fluffy pawpals, and take home an array of pet supplies and cute handmade products? Offering all of the above, and more, this year’s Hill’s X SPCA Dogathon will be paying tribute to Hong Kong’s most distinctive district landmarks, whilst raising awareness for the prevention of cruelty to animals. There is no enrolment fee but a…
If you're looking for an authentic taste of French wines, then Scarlett Café & Wine Bar will be the place to be this February 27. With a curated selection of fine wines from Rhône Valley, carefully picked out by multi-award winning wine expert and gurus, Scarlett will be offering guests an exclusive wine dinner featuring some of the world's finest red and white wines. Paired with five specially crafted dishes featuring exquisite black and white truffles, it's a match made in…
Are you ready for an immersive art experience like no other? Featuring stunning artworks by established and emerging artists from Hong Kong, Exit Strategies will be a public art experience held at H Queen's public space. With works ranging from installation and sculptures to photography and sound, the venue will be transformed into a transitory environment where visitors can escape from the hustle and bustle of Hong Kong.
Back by popular demand, Laugh Kwai Fong will bring together an amazing lineup of comedians including Sean Hebert, Toronto-based comedian and writer with nearly a decade of experience, Benjamin Quintan, a headliner and class act who's done several hilarious one-man-shows, and Garron Chiu, the winner of the 2018 HK international comedy competition. Need we explain more? Go grab a ticket now!
Bringing together a trifecta of red hot Irish stand-up talent, The Punchline Comedy Club's All Irish Show has become a highlight in Hong Kong’s comedy calendar. This year welcomes Karl Spain, the hilarious Irish comic who's had plenty of experiences doing stand-up on shows all over the world, Joe Rooney, who guarantees to put you in fits of laughter with his unique musical sketches, as well as the charismatic and established actor, Paster Murray.