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Tracing the footprints of the students’ fieldtrips around Hong Kong, the photographs taken by various students from Hong Kong reflect the special perspectives of how this generation explores and admires the city.
Fusion 2 brings together a collaborative showcase of sculptures, through the eyes of five artists from Hong Kong and five artists based in Italy. 30 complete sculptural artworks are the result of this fusion-themed exhibition.
The Prix Pictet is the world's leading prize for photography and sustainability. The ninth cycle of the award takes the theme of Fire. The work of the 13 artists is a vision of what lies ahead: not only what has been but what is to come.
The exhibition aims to showcase Hong Kong architects' expertise, style, and unique insight in orchestrating a matrix of past meeting future and East meeting West.
A glimpse of numerous patinaed visuals from abandoned structures all around Hong Kong, France, and Italy. The curve uneven surfaces, peeling paint or burnt edges bring to life a story of the emotions the place used to have within in.
Osage Art Foundation presents HKACT! Act 11 VoV: Morphogenesis of Values, an exhibition featuring new media artist Maurice Benayoun’s latest development in his pioneering neuro-design blockchain-based art project, Value of Values (VoV).
Photographers Hedda Morrison, Lee Fook Chee and Brian Brake trace Hong Kong's history from the post-war recovery in 1946-1947 and resilience of the 1950s to the resurgence of the 1960s–1970s. 三位攝影師透過鏡頭紀錄香港歷時30多年的蛻變，各自以其風格記錄了香港近數十年的歷煉。
Our site is transformed into a labyrinth, as composer Ken Ueno recasts physical gestures into sounds, with drones and movable speakers to create a unique "sounding architecture". Visit the exhibit, watch the performances and join the talk!
Discover exquisite images of Hong Kong’s heritage buildings, many of them behind locked doors and gates or high razor-wired fences, out of reach to most people, captured by award-winning photographer and Hong Kong’s native son, P H Yang.
The exhibition is held in celebration of the centennial of Lalan, a 20th century pioneer of cross-disciplinary art, and her impact on merging the aesthetic of the East and West.
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9 Justice Drive, Admiralty, Hong Kong
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