Close

5 Art Shows To Catch In Hong Kong This June

1 / 5

Lin Jingjing: Lov-Lov Shop

Lin Jingjing looks at the ever-present matter of humans living in an age of artificial intelligence. With unstoppable technological advances, the artist explores the potential and raises concerns about humanity’s progression. Neon lights, film and installations will question the direction we are taking, as desires and greed are masked as needs for increased convenience and productivity.

When: Until Saturday, 6 July; 11am to 7pm (gallery closed Sundays and Mondays)
Where: de Sarthe Gallery, 20/F Global Trade Square, No. 21 Wong Chuk Hang Road, Wong Chu Hang, Hong Kong
Contact: 2167 8896, [email protected], www.desarthe.com
How much: Free

 

2 / 5

Marc Newson

Marc Newson creates functional design objects inspired by pop culture and traditional crafts, and for this exhibition he revisits his own roots as a jeweller to explore the decorative process at a large scale. His new works, including tables and chairs, uses the ancient Chinese technique of cloisonné, an enamelling technique that is typically reserved for jewellery or small objects.

When: Until Saturday, 27 July; 11am to 7pm (gallery closed Sundays and Mondays)
Where: Gagosian, 7/F, Pedder Building, 12 Pedder Street, Central, Hong Kong
Contact: 2151 0555, [email protected], www.gagosian.com
How much: Free

3 / 5

Ko Sin Tung: Adaptation

Hong Kong artist Ko Sin Tung investigates the emotional, mental and physical process of adjusting one’s self to fit into their environment for survival. The artist observed Hong Kong’s inhabitants, their values and possessions to examine how we are required to self-adjust and how frequently we must adapt to changes, and questions how these shifts permanently affect individuals.

When: Until Friday, 9 August; 10am to 7pm (gallery closed Sundays)
Where: Edouard Malingue Gallery, 6/F, 33 Des Voeux Road, Central, Hong Kong
Contact: 2810 0317, [email protected], www.edouardmalingue.com
How much: Free

4 / 5

Murakami vs Murakami

Tai Kwun Contemporary’s exhibition is a major survey of the world-famous Japanese artist, Takashi Murakami. The exhibition will dive into his life and practice, as the exhibition takes over all of the art gallery space at Tai Kwun to display over 60 paintings and sculptures.

This event has time slots and it is suggested that you book tickets in advance. There will also be a special pop-up store running for the duration of the exhibition.

When: Until Sunday, 1 September; 10:30am to 7pm (Opens till 9pm every Friday)
Where: JC Contemporary Block 20 and F Hall Studio Block 17, Tai Kwun, 10 Hollywood Road, Central, Hong Kong
Contact: 3559 2600, www.taikwun.hk
How much: $45 to 75, you can book your ticket here

5 / 5

Five Artists: Sites Encountered

At the M+ Pavilion, five female artists hailing from different generations, histories and geographies are brought together in this exhibition to reconsider the idea of site and place. Sculptures, films and installations will be shown by Lara Almarcegui, May Fung, Lee Bul, Ana Mendieta and Charlotte Posenenske, stimulating conversation on how we think of sites, relationships with our surroundings and a back-and-forth between the exhibition space and the construction of its larger neighbour, the nearly-completed M+.

There will be a free shuttle bus from Kowloon MTR Station (exit A) on Saturdays, Sundays and public holidays throughout the exhibition period.

When: From Friday, 7 June until Sunday, October 20; 11am to 6pm (gallery closed Mondays and Tuesdays)
Where: M+ Pavilion, Art Park, West Kowloon Cultural District, Kowloon, Hong Kong
Contact: 2200 0217, www.westkowloon.hk
How much: Free

You've finished this slideshow!
Back to article
Back to top
#SoSassy
Time to cozy up. You're going to love the photos of our latest That Bride's hygge-inspired wedding. Read *That Bride: Katrine Friis Olsen, Pilot At Cathay Pacific Airways* on #sassyhongkong now. ⁠
⁠
📷@storybookstudio_dk
How many of these relationship myths have you been sold? Let's start the new year by debunking a few of the very common (and untrue!) myths such as:
☕️Looking for the best Tsim Sha Tsui coffee shops? We know where to get your caffeine fix in the area. Link in bio.⁠
⁠
#sosassy #hongkongcoffeeshops #coffeetst⁠
⁠
📷@urbancoffeeroaster⁠
⁠
⁠
Ready to take on the week? You've got this 💪.⁠
⁠
📷#sassyloves the photos of our city by @kristof.valgaerts and @ashleebarsky⁠
⁠
#HongKongMondays #mondaymood
Not sure what to wear to work tomorrow? If you're stuck in a workwear rut read *5 Office-Appropriate Looks To See You Through 2020* on #sassyhongkong now. Link in bio.⁠
⁠
#workwearstyle #sundayscaries #hongkongshopping⁠
⁠
Feeling the need to plan a festival fix? Check out *15 World Festivals To Put On Your 2020 Bucket List* on #sassyhongkong now. Link in bio. 🌎⁠
⁠
📷@wonderfruitfestival
Want to combine travelling to far-flung lands with making savings at home in Hong Kong? Become a @marriottbonvoy Member now and you can earn points from travel as well as enjoy dining rewards at Hong Kong bar and restaurants! Head to the link in our bio for all the information you need to know and for some of our Chinese New Year restaurant picks.
#DryJan doesn't need to be dry. ⁠
⁠
*Your Dry January Survival Guide For 2020* is live on #sassyhongkong. Here are some tips that may help you along the way.⁠ Link in bio. ⁠
⁠
🎨#sassy loves this artwork by @juliawalck⁠
⁠
#dryjanuary #newyearsresolutions #hongkongbars

#SoSassy

@SASSYHONGKONG