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The 47th Hong Kong Arts Festival

February 21 - March 23

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…

Exit Strategies at H Queen’s

March 1 - March 31

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. 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.

f22 foto space Presents: Urbanmontage

March 1 - April 30

Proudly presenting local artist Wing Chan’s ‘Urbanmontage’ exhibition, f22 foto space will showcase Chan’s signature photomontage collection, featuring numerous never-before-seen artworks. Through his vibrant and thought-provoking work, the exhibition reflects upon the harmonious yet chaotic beauty of city living and highlights the unpredictable nature of urban society.

Swire Properties Art Month

March 18 - April 12

This March, Swire Properties will be kicking off Hong Kong Arts Month with an insane line-up of art happenings. The LUMENous GARDEN, an interactive art installation designed by San Francisco-based art collective, FoldHaus, will be taking over Pacific Place, while Starstreet Precinct will be raising awareness of textile and fashion waste with a giant sculpture made from over 700 pounds of recycled clothing. Last but not least, ArtisTree will welcome a brand new exhibition where visual arts, photography, and performing…

Hong Kong International Film Festival

March 18 - April 1

Screening a worldly array of cinematic titles from more than 55 countries across the city, the Hong Kong International Film Festival stands to be one of Asia’s most reputable platforms for all filmmakers, industry professionals, and film enthusiasts the world over. Featuring a series of world-class films, seminars hosted by renowned filmmakers, exhibitions, and a whole lot more, this is one cinematic extravaganza movie buffs do not want to miss.

Portrait of Hong Kong by Fan Ho

March 22 @ 8:00 am - April 28 @ 5:00 pm

The one and only legendary photographer, Fan Ho, returns with yet another incredible exhibition in Hong Kong. Held at Blue Lotus Gallery, the exhibition, titled ‘Portrait of Hong Kong’, will feature never-before-seen works and rare vintage pieces from Ho’s extensive archive. Compared to his previously highly stylised approach, this new photographic selection is more natural and much closer to the documentary and street photography style.


March 23 - March 31

For a truly immersive art experience, come catch a glimpse of international and local artists as they take their talents to the streets for this year’s HKwalls between March 23 to 31. This year, Wan Chai will play host to the festival, in hopes to further diversify the neighbourhood’s cultural and artistic landscape. During the nine-day festival, Hongkongers will be able to get up close and personal with the artworks, and even get the rare opportunity to see different artists in…

Para Site Presents: An Opera for Animals

March 23 - June 9

Exploring the relationship between classical opera and our modern society, ‘An Opera for Animals’ is a group exhibition that takes a deep dive into how the structure of eastern and western opera reflect our contemporary world. Using the mythical, and symbolic representation of animals to depict this very concept, the exhibition brings together the brilliant artworks of over 30 different artists from all over the world.

Hong Kong French Theatre Festival

March 26 - March 29

After a hugely successful festival last year, the Hong Kong French Theatre Festival returns with five amazing performances lined up. Taking place from March 26 to 29, audiences can dive enjoy shows such as The Story Teller, Do I Have an Arletty Face?, and The Bald Soprano. All profits from the festival will go towards supporting Pour Un Sourire d’Enfant, a charity dedicated to providing care for underprivileged children in Cambodia.

Art Central

March 27 - March 31

The wait is almost over as Art Central makes its way back to Central Harbourfront from March 27 to 31. This year’s show promises to be bigger and better than ever before, featuring artworks from over 100 international galleries, live music and art performances, stunning large-scale installations, and all the best nibbles from eight of Hong Kong’s hottest eateries at ‘The Terrace’ alfresco dining area. So what are you waiting for? Grab your tickets now!

Szabotage X The Mira at WHISK

March 27 - April 22

Launching an art-inspired six-course menu in celebration of Hong Kong Arts Month, WHISK at The Mira is getting a complete makeover with the help of local artist, Szabotage. Not only will the dining space be transformed with the artist’s signature graffiti-style Koi patterns, but the menu will also be infused with his street art aesthetic, along with popular urban culture flavours. Diners can also catch a glimpse of Szabotage’s work at the pop-up exhibition in the restaurant’s wine lounge.

The 5th Collectors’ Contemporary Collaboration

March 27 - April 22

Presenting an exhibition of various art pieces collected by three renowned Chinese art collectors, the 5th Collectors’ Contemporary Collaboration offers an insight into the evolution and history of contemporary art in China. By putting these collectors’ prized possessions side by side, audiences will gain multiple perspectives of contemporary art, while understanding the differences and similarities between each collection in genre and style.

Over the Influence Presents: New Change

March 28 - April 27

Known as the “Invisible Man”, Chinese artist Liu Bolin is bringing his unique protest art performances, photographs, and sculptures to Hong Kong for the very first time. What first started as an anonymous way to silently protest against the demolition of an artist compound in Beijing – where he painted himself in camouflage to blend into different backgrounds – has now become an internationally recognised series of art performances that shine a light on controversial and political issues around the…

Art Basel

March 29 - March 31

Another Hong Kong Arts Month staple event is, of course, Art Basel. Running from March 29 to 31, Art Basel will be dazzling Hong Kong’s local art scene with a nearly 200 premier galleries from around the world, all under one roof. With at least half of the pieces on display hailing from the Asia-Pacific region, the Hong Kong edition of this global art show is unique, to say the least.

M+ Live Art: Miraculous Trajectories

March 29

If you’re heading to Art Basel this year, be sure to check out West Kowloon’s M+ Live Art: Miraculous Trajectories on March 29. Inspired by three mysterious, real-life disappearances – an English mountain climber in 1924, a Dutch conceptual artist in 1975, and a Chinese fishing boat in 2011 – Cheng’s 70-minute film is accompanied by an original soundtrack composed and performed by Shao Yanpeng, one of China’s most established electronic music artist. Perfectly combining visually striking scenes, with sounds,…

Harbour Art Fair

March 30 - April 1

Featuring more than 55 galleries from across the globe, with a special focus on the Korean art scene, Harbour City’s Harbour Art Fair returns with a bucketload of exciting art events! Apart from displaying a huge collection of contemporary artworks including paintings, prints, photography, and sculptures on display, there will also be three special art exhibitions at the Ocean Terminal, Gateway Arcade, and Ocean Centre at Harbour City.

Asia Contemporary Art Show

March 30 - April 1

With a Spring and Fall editions, the Asia Contemporary Art Show is the only art fair in Hong Kong that takes place twice a year. Offering a uniquely intimate experience for art lovers across the city, guests will be invited to explore thousands of pieces from around the globe, and have a chance to meet and engage with some of the world’s most interesting and promising artists at the fair’s reoccurring Artist Dialogues section. Featuring a wide array of original…

Van Gogh Alive Exhibition

April 6 - July 7

From April 6 to July 7, Kowloon Bay plays host to the world’s most popular immersive art experience, Van Gogh Alive. The touring exhibition has visited everywhere from Abu Dhabi to Verona, and now takes up a residency in Hong Kong. More than 3,000 artworks are displayed on LED screens, across floors, ceilings, and walls. A classical music score emanates throughout the room, taking visitors on a journey through Arles, Saint Rémy and Auvers-sur-Oise, where the late, great painter created many of his most…

Affordable Art Fair

May 17 - May 19

Riding high on its popularity from previous years, the seventh edition of the Affordable Art Fair will showcase the work of more than a thousand artists, with everything from oil paintings to abstract canvases, and stunning sculptures to eye-catching photography. Fueled by the belief that everyone deserves the opportunity to enjoy art in their home, the fair offers a whole host of works by global names and emerging talents, with prices starting from as little as $1,000. Friendly experts will also be…

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