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Arts In Hong Kong – Worldclass Art Events All Over The City In 2022!
History, Culture, And Alternative Realities In Hong Kong
2022 Jun 13 - 2022 Dec 31
Arts In Hong Kong is a curated selection of amazing art exhibitions and happenings around the city over the coming months! There are a plethora of art happenings, themed exhibitions, and blends of physical and virtual art!
Redefining Reality showcases a large-scale public art installation near Hong Kong Museum Of Art! Resonance-In-Sight was co-created by local artists Kristof Crolla and Garvin Goepel. You can explore the two linear sculptures through augmented reality. Discover Hong Kong has introduced a fascinating app so that you can explore neighborhoods across the city with your AR avatar!
METAVISION: If you are intrigued by non-fungible tokens, METAVISION at K11 MUSEA attempts to demystify NFT art and aims to illuminate the possibilities of the Metaverse, the next iteration of the internet.
If you prefer something more traditional, a slew of new cultural projects is opening across the city, such as PMQ and Xiqu Centre in the West Kowloon Cultural District.
You may have felt culturally deprived over the last couple of years, but cutting-edge dance, traditional Chinese music concerts, and local arts groups are starting to put on incredible shows across the city. You’ll find everything from traditional performances from the Hong Kong Philharmonic Orchestra, Hong Kong Ballet, and Opera Hong Kong to thespian art from local companies such as Hong Kong Repertory and Chung Ying Theatre Company.
Hong Kong is host to world-class galleries and exhibitions, international art events, and bold expressions of talent. Street artists such as duo Carol Mui and Rebecca T Lin and renowned graffiti artist Szabotage are transforming cityscapes and creating spontaneous connections beyond cultural differences.
Hong Kong’s museums such as the Hong Kong Museum of Art, Flagstaff House Museum of Tea Ware, M+ and Hong Kong Film Archive allow you to discover how people lived in ancient Chinese dynasties, explore films from around the world from heritage kung fu flicks to new-wave gems and even learn about the Chinese tea-drinking culture.
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