Art jamming spots are everywhere in Hong Kong these days, but what if you’d like to paint at home?
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Is there more to Andy Warhol than Campbell’s soup, Chairman Mao, and Marilyn Monroe? The answer can be found at a major new exhibition titled ‘Andy Warhol – 15 Minutes Eternal’ at the Hong Kong Museum of Art.
Los Angeles art gallery Thinkspace is curating a new show titled LAX/HKG that opens at Above Second on Friday, November 16th. The group exhibition includes artwork by Amy Sol, Audrey Kawasaki, Brian Viveros, Dabs Myla, Esao Andrews, Joao Ruas, Linnea Strid, and Yosuke Ueno.
For well over a decade, Jay Forster and Calvin Ho have been well known figures in Hong Kong, contributing to the city’s design and dance music scenes. Jay is a co-founder of Clockenflap music festival, but for years he made a name for himself as part of the DJ duo Robot, and as founder of [...]
Call me a traditionalist, but I don’t think that art should be exhibited in a bathtub. Checking out the Asia Contemporary Art Show at the Grand Hyatt Hotel in early October, I was shocked to see how the artwork was presented.
(Note the Wu Tang symbol on the canvas) Fab 5 Freddy, a legendary figure in the early development of Hip Hop, was in Hong Kong this week to open an exhibit titled Kung Fu Wild Style on Saturday, October 20th. The show combines new artwork by Freddy along with paintings by M.C. Yan, a prominent [...]
Fab 5 Freddy, a pivotal figure in the history of Hip Hop, will be in Hong Kong to take part in two special events on October 19th and 20th. On October 19th, he will preside over a screening of Wildstyle, a movie that, to this day, serves as the most accurate depiction of Hip Hop culture at its birth.
Photographer Polina Shubkina opens her new show, Russian Dream, on Thursday, September 6th, at the Artist Residence Gallery in Sai Ying Pun. The exhibit is a collection of behind the scenes moments with Russian models living in Hong Kong.
Local graffiti artists Xeme and Sinic took the colorful signs of Hong Kong’s red-light district as inspiration for their new exhibition titled Portland Street, which opens tonight at 7pm at the Artist Residence Gallery in Sai Ying Pun. The two are well known in the local scene for pieces that feature intricate lettering and dazzling [...]
After several solo shows, Above Second Gallery is going back to their roots with a large group exhibition titled “Get Freaky.” Curated by Supertexte of the French art zine GetFreaky, and by Lee Mei Yan of Hong Kong’s MyJane Studio, the show taps thirty artists from around the world including participants from France, Sweden, Denmark, [...]