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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.
With the theme of “People of Hong Kong”, Cathay Camera Club’s annual photography exhibition will feature a series of amazing shots by some of the finest photographers in the city. Whether you’re a keen learner who has just bought your first DSLR camera, or a well-experienced photographer who’s always looking to build your knowledge, the exhibition will give visitors a unique and inspiring perception of Hong Kong through different eyes.
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.