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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…
British Street artist Remi Rough will inject energy and new life into the Taikoo Place exit tunnel from Quarry Bay MTR station with a dramatic and site specific new geometric mural, Morning Dynamics, commissioned by Swire Properties and MTR, in partnership with Aedas. By re-imagining this public space Rough will create a vibrant and vivid traveling experience, stimulating Hong Kong’s general public on their everyday commute and encouraging a fresh engagement with the space.
On view at AAA Library, this exhibition explores the role of movement and travel in Nilima Sheikh's practice. Based in Baroda, India, Sheikh has reflected on questions of tradition, historical lineage, national identity, and cosmopolitanism in Asia for over fifty years. This presentation showcases photographs, videos, stencils, poems, folktales, letters, and the artist's own writings from her archive. A talk by the artist will be held at AAA on 29 March. Photo Credit: Nilima Sheikh, We must bear, from the…
Acclaimed French artist Antoine D’Agata will exhibit his photography at CHARBON art space from 29 March until 25 May to coincide with Art Basel in Hong Kong and South Island Art Day. The solo exhibition, Contamination, will showcase 30 colour and black and white photographs and a video installation. Antoine D’Agata will be in Hong Kong for the exhibition opening on 29 and 30 March. Curated by French gallery owner and art collector Lalie Choffel from CHARBON, Contamination pays tribute…
In My Surname is Ng, photographer Ng Swan Ti embarks on a related tangent, exploring for the first time, her ambivalence towards her Chinese-ness.
Maxim Bessmertny's first solo exhibition will showcase his most prominent film productions complemented by poster panels from his films.
Drop by Chicken Are Not Naked, the first solo exhibition in Hong Kong of photographs by German documentary and portrait photographer, Stefanie Schweiger, and look forward to a selection of photographs included in Schweiger's first book of the same title and many more.
Themed "A Green Spring", Agnes Pang is presenting her world of beauty made out of ordinary household garbage as well as paintings at exit J of MTR Central station till end June.
See new perspectives of Hong Kong through stunning images taken from 11,000 feet in the air at this new photography exhibition by Alex Reyval.
Check out new creation "Consciousness" by renowned French sculptor Nathalie Decoster which will be unveiled for the first time at Pacific Place this May.
Expect themes of nostalgia, transience, and universality - where some elements may appear strange yet familiar to the viewer - at Huang Xiaoliang's first solo exhibition, Nightfall.
Visit the intimate Wander in Style Pop-Up Exhibition to experience the taste and joy of life through the works of two young artists.
At this exhibition, go on a journey through time and space into the world of mysterious discoveries that reveal European collectors' fascination with exotic objects unknown in the West until a few hundred years ago.