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Join a free fitness class every Wednesday morning at Sun Yat Sen Park, part of the global November Project, which aims to build a worldwide community by empowering humans of all fitness levels through fierce, free weekly workouts. November Project™ was born in Boston in the US as a way to stay in shape during cold New England months. Now present in 31 cities, the movement uses a simple sense of accountability (verbal) to motivate and encourage people of all…
Explore the complexities of unrequited emotions and the dark side of love in this group exhibition, 'Crush', through the use of various mediums and subjects. Together, they open up a poignant space that relates so willingly with the audience, one that appeals to the politics of emotion as well as the lyrical tradition in literature.
Don't miss this remarkable collection of original photographic glass and celluloid negatives captured by Frank Hurley, documenting one of the greatest stories of human survival.
10 recent outstanding projects by ZHdK students and graduates addressing experiences, emotions and senses, demonstrating a breakthrough of design. Through this multimedia exhibition, visitors will be surrounded by immersive media and interactive intelligent objects that transcend purely technical functions or fashionable qualities, as design was once perceived to be.
Le Méridien Cyberport is proud to announce a collaboration with Hong Kong based Japanese artist Ichi Tashiro and French art curator Anais Meon for the hotel’s Arrival Art project. Created exclusively for Le Méridien Cyberport, Ichi’s arrival art consists of a triptych of rounded-shape green canvas leading to a gigantic image collage. Ichi has chosen to use Instagram pictures from guests staying at Le Meridien Hotels all around the world for his collage. The snaps are transformed into an intriguing…
Explore the stories of Hong Kong from eleven artists, inspired by the city and their own stories, gloriously painted across the steps of PMQ. They've created a vivid landscape with different themes, from Hong Kong’s local food to shared memories of the public.