Besides the two major art fairs in town, Art Basel and Art Central, the Art Month will see multiple exhibitions showcasing a diversity of artists and artworks. We have selected a few for you to make the most of the Art Month.
SELECTION OF EVENTS
BE INSPIRED IN CENTRAL – ART SCENE
In celebration of art month, Central galleries and LANDMARK join hands to present a collaborative initiative that brings together art communities and exhibitions within the district.
17 March – 6.30 – 9pm – Landmark and Central Galleries
HKWALLS STREET ART AND MURAL FESTIVAL
The 8th edition of the Festival will unite an incredible line-up of talented street artists from Hong Kong and around the world in its embrace of street culture and creativity through art.
18 – 26 March – Central and Western
FATINA KONG: TIME COMES IN DIFFERENT COLOURS
The everyday scenery of Hong Kong landscape is the most intimate subject to the artist. The exhibition belongs to the impermanence and eternity of Hong Kong as our home.
16 March – 22 April – Contemporary by Angela Li
RASHID JOHNSON: NUDIUSTERTIAN
For his first solo exhibition in Asia, Johnson has created brand new works, alongside his mosaics, working with a complex range of iconographies to explore collective and historical expressions of longing and displacement.
20 March – 10 May – Hauser & Wirth
THE HONG KONG JOCKEY CLUB SERIES: JOAN MIRÓ – THE POETRY OF EVERYDAY LIFE
This exhibition presents 94 artworks (including paintings, sculptures, drawings, textiles, lithographs, posters) and audio-visual materials, many of which come from the Fundació Joan Miró, an institution founded by Miró himself in 1975.
Until 28 June – HKMoA
LI TIANBING: INTRUSION: HOMAGE TO FRANCIS BACON
In this series, Li Tianbing portrayed himself and his imaginary siblings as mischievous children who break into Bacon’s studio, which used to be a forbidden place when the artist was still alive.
16 March – 6 April – Opera Gallery
CYNTHIA POLSKY: HERE COMES THE SUN
The exhibition features large-scale paintings and works on paper conceived between 1963–1974 that reflect the artist’s personal interest in the spirituality, aesthetics and traditions of Asia.
20 March – 20 May – Pearl Lam Galleries
HYLOZOISM: AN ARTS & TECHNOLOGY EXHIBITION
This landmark exhibition of media art, featuring an international artists lineup, explores the symbiotic co-existence between arts and technology and how humans and nature interact.
Until 2 April – HKDI Gallery
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