Hong Kong’s largest design festival has connected the public with local and international design communities since 2004. With the theme of Design as One, deTour will transform PMQ into a fun-filled experiment ground for participatory design, welcoming visitors to participate in various design ideas and activities physically and virtually.
More than 150 screenings will be shown across six cinemas in town, presenting a great selection of 56 French films including 37 new films, 10 programmes dedicated to Claire Denis, and 9 retrospective films in praise of late French artists Jean-Louis Trintignant, Jean-Luc Godard and Gaspard Ulliel.
The Festival brings together local and overseas photographers to discuss manifold issues and perspectives. Through a wide range of public programmes, the Festival promotes creative practices as means to deepen our connection to the environments we live in and the people we live with.
The exhibition adopts a gender lens to revisit the history of Tai Kwun heritage site over its first hundred years from 1841 to 1941. It seeks to redress the underrepresentation of women in the gendered spaces of the Central Police Station compound by sharing the stories and experiences of those often overlooked to fill a gap in its history.
Until 15 Jan 2023 – Tai Kwun
The Conversion of Saint Paul, Peter Paul Rubens (Flemish, 1577–1640), About 1601–1602
This is the first time the Princely Collections of Liechtenstein are displayed in Hong Kong, showcasing over 120 priceless treasures from the Collections. Amongst the highlights are masterpieces by Peter Paul Rubens and Anthony van Dyck, two of the most distinguished seventeenth-century European painters of the Baroque period.
This is the largest retrospective of renowned artist Yayoi Kusama in Asia outside Japan, featuring more than 200 works from major collections from museums and private collections worldwide, as well as from the artist’s own collection, introducing a new interpretative approach to Kusama’s over seven-decade career.
This exhibition features a range of photographs spanning Arbus’ brief but phenomenally influential fifteen-year career, featuring couples, children, female impersonators, nudists, New York City pedestrians, circus performers, and celebrities, among others, reflecting the breadth of the artist’s singularly compelling portrait of humanity.