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Knitting Conversations

M+ 38 Museum Drive, West Kowloon Cultural District, Kowloon

WHAT This monumental installation by the Hong Kong artist reflects on female labour, personal and shared memories, material transformation, and time. Originally conceived as a participatory work, audience members were invited to contribute to the work by bringing along a treasured book. Chen transforms books by shredding the books’ pages, abstracting and decontextualising their content,…

Space Utopia

La Galerie G/F, 74 Hollywood Road, Central

WHAT This exhibition features the works of the French photographer, presenting a unique blend of documentary and staged scenarios featuring an astronaut as the main protagonist. The artist’s work offers an intriguing exploration of technology and its interaction with both nature and human perception. The gallery becomes a portal into Fournier's visually stunning universe, where…

Shanshui: Echoes and Signals

M+ 38 Museum Drive, West Kowloon Cultural District, Kowloon

WHAT This thematic exhibition draws from the collections of the museum, featuring the complex connections between landscape and humanity in our post-industrial and increasingly virtual world. The exhibition reimagines shanshui, a cultural legacy integral to Chinese philosophical thinking and poetic imagination, through a diverse range of contemporary artistic mediums, including sculpture, moving image, sound, design…

Peter Alexander

Pace Gallery   12/F H Queen's, 80 Queen's Road, Central

WHAT This exhibition brings into focus the mesmerising works of the late American artist (1939-2020), which were created during the last decade of his life. Alexander’s unique artistry lies in how he primarily utilises resin to create luminous sculptures that capture and play with light; his final years brought new experimentations with colour and form.…

Inner Voyage Out

Over The Influence G/F – 2/F, 52 Wyndham Street, Central

WHAT This is a duo exhibition of paintings featuring the works of two London-based artists. It showcases a captivating duality with themes of movement, landscapes, and the familiarity of interior spaces. While Kemp's colourful paintings explore the concept of movement, with a focus on changing landscapes and weather, Kim's artworks primarily revolve around storytelling within…


Soluna Fine Art G/F, 52 Sai Street, Sheung Wan, Hong Kong, AZ

WHAT The first solo exhibition of the Spanish artist (b. 1977) features a series of oil paintings representing a culmination of diverse artistic expressions through the interplay of spaces, lights and shadows. The artist’s creative process begins with the reference of paper models, offering a contemporary reinterpretation of the traditional pictorial genre of ‘still life’,…

Comfort Zone

Blindspot Gallery 15/F Po Chai Industrial Building, 28 Wong Chuk Hang Road, Aberdeen

WHAT This is the first exhibition of the Chinese artist at the gallery, and her debut solo in Hong Kong; it includes photography, video, and ready-made sculpture. The artist challenges traditional notions of heterosexual relationships by subverting gender roles and portraying her partner, Moro, as the subservient male muse while positioning herself as the dominant…

These Things

Kiang Malingue (Aberdeen) 12 & 13/F Blue Box Factory Building, 25 Hing Wo Street, Aberdeen

WHAT This solo exhibition of over a dozen paintings by the Taiwan-born Hong Kong-based artist showcases small-scale detailed still life paintings, featuring regional cuisines, drinks, and sweets, each telling a microcosmic story that is either whimsical or self-referential. The paintings explore themes of gravity, depth, and falling, and the artist also incorporates self-referentiality in her…

Portaits Go Pop!

Lévy Gorvy Dayan G/F, 2 Ice House Street, Central

WHAT The presentation is an exploration of the resonance between contemporary portraiture and Pop art, featuring stylised works that carry the influence of their Pop forebears. With works by big contemporary names, the primary subject matter of the gallery revolves around modern representations of the human image that depict sitters as avatars and constructs, inviting…

Green Snake: women-centred ecologies

Tai Kwun Contemporary Tai Kwun, 10 Hollywood Road, Central

WHAT The group exhibition explores the connections between art and ecology in the context of rising temperatures and extreme weather events. Featuring a mix of mediums, including video, installation, sculpture, and performance art, it asks what alternative narratives can be activated through artists’ visions that celebrate nature as a generative force; many of them are…