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Spanning across time and distance, see how five unqieu female individuals convey their sense of belonging in a world we call home.
Tibetan artist, Tenzing Rigdol, showcases a stunning range of paintings at Rossi & Rossi this summer.
Featuring six new series of works, Muramatsu will be exploring the potentials of digital technology as a medium and life in nature.
Andy Dixon’s first solo exhibition in Hong Kong, No Big Deal I Want More, titled after the lyric from Disney’s Little Mermaid’s Part of Your World.
From September 4 to October 3, Kwai Fung Hin Art Gallery is excited to present the solo exhibition of Italian sculptor Matteo Pugliese (b.1969), entitled “Seven Dimensions”, showcasing a total of 35 pieces of bronze sculptures in three series “Extra Moenia”, “The Guardians” and “The Beetles”.
Featuring graffiti works from four renowned Hong Kong artists, who were invited to express their creative interpretation of the district’s evolution.
See the world through Mar Sáez's eyes as she presents her first solo exhibition with two photo series: To The Traveller and Vera And Victoria
In these new paintings of his first exhibition in Asia, Oehlen emphasizes the importance of spontaneity within his artistic method.
A showcase around the question of what defines ink painting, to which the artist convincingly declares, “ink art is not ink painting.”
Prepare yourself for a night of heavy laughter as the hilarious Melbourne International Comedy Festival Roadshow returns this September 16 to 22.
Check out this a landmark exhibition exploring the role of women’s clothing and accessories in China and Japan to the early modern period
A serial killer has been on the loose. The police think they have their man. But is he guilty? Come immerse yourself in the theatre trial of the century!
Ben Brown Fine Arts Hong Kong is extremely proud to present Textures of Memory, an ambitious exhibition of works by New York-based artist José Parlá.
A pioneer in the field of 3-D animation, Steinkamp works in digital media, using computer technology to render organic and abstract forms in motion.
Building on the immensely successful experiences they have had, the sixth edition of Sundance Film Festival: Hong Kong is back bigger and bolder than ever.
Renowned Australian comedian Steve Hughes will be performing with the Hong Kong Comedy Bunker at TakeOut Comedy Club on Friday September 20th at 8pm.
Hong Kong's largest sake consumer event, showcasing over 80 sakes from 14 breweries across Japan offering guests the opportunity to discover, try and buy
Join the epic Batman Night Run this 21 September 2019 and get to run a 4km course while wearing your favourite Batman character costume.
The Hong Kong International Jazz Festival has gained world-wide recognition from jazz fans everywhere, celebrate this September in the spirit of music!
The world-renowned London Symphony Orchestra will perform three concerts with Emanuel Ax, Colleen Lee and Aristo Sham in Hong Kong.
Shakespeare’s Globe makes a triumphant return to Hong Kong with a trio of plays exploring the themes of refuge and displacement, The Comedy of Errors, Pericles and Twelfth Night. Taking on multiple roles across all three plays, the company will unravel these timeless tales of those who have crossed seas, lost their families, and are finding out what belonging truly means to them.
John Franzen reflecting how the truthness of the reality can be conveyed through art; by combining art and science, he is able to push boundaries forward.
Charlotte Posenenske intended for her work to be freely assembled to fit different spaces. To demonstrate the variations within her creation, her sculptural installations will be rearranged in the exhibition space by three creative practitioners, whereby Tsang Man-tung, Artist and Stage Designer will be leading this session and share his thoughts with the audience after the reconfigurations.
The exhibition explores and challenges the perception of photography as a medium and subvert the assumed restrictions around concepts of art production.
Lunchtime screening and artist sharing, drop by for a taste of French and it might ignite your interest to learn more about French culture!
Paddington Bear comes to town for a charming musical adventure with the Hong Kong Philharmonic Orchestra.
Call out your inner percussionist as you play along with the beat of the drum and ride the rhythm with world renowned percussionist exhibiting their craft.
The long-anticipated Asia Contemporary Art Show returns with its Fall edition this October.
Fine Art Asia 2019, Asia’s leading art fair, and Ink Asia 2019, the world’s first art fair dedicated to ink art, will be held in Hong Kong.
Opera Hong Kong presents the production of the Fondazione Teatro Lirico di Cagliari, Rigoletto, composed by Giuseppe Verdi on 9-13 October.
The Other Side showcases Barry McGee’s ever-evolving, often humorous, imagery through his depictions of varied environments and social vernaculars.
Shawn Mendes is coming to Cotai, Macau this October 2019!
The 2019 Festival will focus on themes of identity, migration and dystopia across a wide range of literature and performances from 1st to 10th November.
Share music, dance, film and arts experiences with the community through Projekt Berlin 2019 , and delve into the history of a city torn in two and reborn