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Swiss Accessory and Watch Design Exhibition at HKDI Gallery

9 September, 2017 @ 10:00 am - 7 January, 2018 @ 8:00 pm

The HKDI Gallery is proud to collaborate with prestigious art and design academy Geneva School of Art and Design (HEAD – Genève) for its first ever showcase in Hong Kong. The Hong Kong exhibition will be presenting an exquisite collection of more than 100 exhibits at HKDI's Experience Centre, including refined watches and accessories produced by their students and recent graduates, highlighting not only the renowned Swiss techniques of precision but also craftsmanship instilled by mentors. Each piece showcases a…

what's on: The Best Is Yet to Come is at chi art space

The Best Is Yet to Come Residency Project and Exhibition

3 November - 18 December

The K11 Art Foundation (KAF) is proud to present The Best Is Yet to Come, a residency exhibition moderated by Huang Xiaopeng. Participating artists include Sha Lina and He Rui – both active in the Wuhan art circle and emerging Hong Kong artists, Chan Ka Kiu and Wu Jiaru. Presented in chi art space, the exhibition runs from 3 November to 18 December. The Best Is Yet to Come facilitates exchanges between young artists, providing two artists in Hong Kong…

ArtisTree is showing The World of Tintin exhibition

The World of Tintin

17 November @ 12:00 pm - 26 December @ 8:00 pm

The Hong Kong Contemporary Art (HOCA) Foundation is proud to announce the landmark exhibition, The World of Tintin. The exhibition explores the adventures of the global icon and is the largest presentation in Hong Kong to date. It showcases eight albums from the renowned The Adventures of Tintin series. The immersive experience, featuring vivid scenography, celebrates the imaginative world created by the Belgian illustrator and creator, Hergé. Presented in collaboration with the Hergé Museum, the exhibition will run from 17 November to…

Don't miss this exhibition, Memento Mori

Memento Mori: Sonata for Light – A Solo Exhibition by Amy Chan

24 November, 2017 - 7 January, 2018

Lumenvisum is proud to present Amy Chan’s solo exhibition Memento Mori: Sonata for Light, which showcases light artist Amy’s work. The exhibition starts with photography and then extends to the artist’s impression on images. Light as an important element towards imaging thus becomes the subject of this exhibition. Through the exhibition, Amy hopes that audiences may perceive and cogitate the correlation between photography, time and death. The theme of the Exhibition Memento Mori is a Medieval Latin theory and rumination…

Don't miss the Homo Ex Data exhibition

Homo Ex Data – Red Dot Design Exhibition at HKDI Gallery

25 November, 2017 @ 10:00 am - 27 May, 2018 @ 8:00 pm

The Hong Kong Design institute (HKDI) is partnering with the world-renowned Red Dot Design Museum to launch Homo Ex Data – The Natural of the Artificial. The exhibition at HKDI Gallery showcases Red Dot Award-winning products and innovations that highlight the impact on society brought by technology-enabled designs. Featuring over 150 Red Dot Award-winning technology products, the exhibition explores how design creates a new reality by marrying human factors and digital technology. In the present digital age, data is almost inherently…

Wheels of Fire is the new exhibition by Massimo Antonaci

Wheels of Fire by Massimo Antonaci at Rossi & Rossi

25 November, 2017 @ 11:00 am - 27 January, 2018 @ 6:00 pm

Rossi & Rossi, in partnership with Giovanni Martino, is showing Wheels of Fire, an exhibition by the Italian-born, New York-based artist Massimo Antonaci. Recognised for his daring use of material, Antonaci’s works in tar and glass — mediums he ceased using in 2000 – have received international acclaim. His work on papyrus begins where those on glass finished, transmuting a force, characterised by the artist as ‘man’s own shadow’, which materialises as a circle rendered on handmade papyrus sheets. The artist’s sole…

Wall Cycle is the latest exhibition at Charbon art space

Wall Cycle by CHARBON artist-in-residence Anne Leigniel

2 December @ 8:00 pm - 16 December @ 8:30 pm

London-based French artist Anne Leigniel will be the artist-in-residence at CHARBON art space until 16 December. During this time she will work daily on her project, Wall Cycle. Over a two-week period, she will experiment with paints directly on a 5-metre long white wall, using the gallery as a live canvas and each day bringing its own creative layer. As part of her performance, Leigniel invites selected artists to interact with her work. Fine art artists will collaborate and contribute…

what's on: Check out the Dogtown miniature winter village

Dogtown Miniature Winter Village

4 December, 2017 @ 11:00 am - 15 January, 2018 @ 7:00 pm

Head to Sheung Wan to see one of the city's cutest Christmas displays – and help charity at the same time. Dogtown is a miniature winter village, which is the result of a joint initiative between Nordic lifestyle boutique squarestreet and local animal shelter Hong Kong Dog Rescue (HKDR). Painstakingly designed, built, hand-painted and coordinated for two months by the squarestreet team, the 120cm x 80cm village highlights a mix of Hong Kong and Scandinavian features including a HKDR house, model railway,…

It Begins With A Story: Asia Art Archive exhibition image

It Begins with A Story: Three Exhibitions

5 December, 2017 - 24 February, 2018

Asia Art Archive is hosting three exhibitions that explore art periodicals in Asia as tools for criticism, historical research, travel writing, and fiction. Conceived by AAA team members, these presentations are part of the public programmes leading up to It Begins with a Story: Artists, Writers, and Periodicals in Asia, the symposium organised by Asia Art Archive in collaboration with The University of Hong Kong, 11–13 January 2018. The three exhibitions are: Li Xianting’s Contribution to Art Journals in China…

Don't miss the Hong Kong Human Rights Art Prize Exhibition

Hong Kong Human Rights Art Prize 2017 Exhibition

9 December @ 10:00 am - 16 December @ 6:00 pm

Justice Centre Hong Kong’s annual Hong Kong Human Rights Art Prize (HKHRAP) has received a record-breaking 162 thought-provoking visual submissions under the topic of international human rights. The winner of the HKHRAP 2017 will be announced at Blindspot Gallery on 9 December at an exhibition opening and silent auction, featuring over 25 shortlisted works available for purchase. The exhibition and silent auction will be open to the public through 16 December from 10am-6pm except Sunday and Monday.

Don't miss the Biennale

2017 Bi-City Biennale of UrbanismArchitecture (Hong Kong)

12 December, 2017 - 11 February, 2018

Organised by The Hong Kong Institute of Architects Biennale Foundation, in conjunction with The Hong Kong Institute of Architects (HKIA), Hong Kong Institute of Planners and Hong Kong Designers Association, and sponsored by Create Hong Kong (CreateHK) of the Government of the Hong Kong Special Administrative Region, the 2017 Bi-City Biennale of UrbanismArchitecture (Hong Kong) will hold exhibitions at nine highly accessible vacant or shared urban locations and cultural hubs in Hong Kong and Shenzhen of which the eight local…

Don't miss Conversations in Ceramics

Conversations in Ceramic at Karin Weber Gallery

7 January, 2018 @ 11:00 am - 8 February, 2018 @ 7:00 pm

As the third show in its occasional ‘Materials in Focus’ series, Karin Weber Gallery is delighted to present Conversations in Ceramic, a group exhibition of four ceramic artists, all emerging talents on the local Hong Kong arts scene. Scholars of the internationally renowned Hong Kong ceramic artist Annie Wan, these young artists have been able to establish and express their identity through a coherent body of artworks that redefine the handmade from a creative craft into a fine art. Each…

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