Arts & Culture

Arts Korakrit Arunanondchai: 2558 Debuts at UCCA August 28, 2015

The Bangkok-raised artist shines in his first solo show in Asia with thought-provoking works in a diverse mix of subjects, styles and materials


Arts Sonorous Objects at The Empty Gallery August 27, 2015

The contemporary art space presents a group exhibition showcasing a number of sound artworks that create a memorable multisensory experience

Arts Bernard Buffet’s “The Theory of Line” at Opera Gallery August 26, 2015

The exhibit features a selection of the late French painter’s original works charting over fifty years of the artist’s celebrated career

Arts Pearl Lam Galleries Arrives at The Expo Chicago August 25, 2015

The Hong Kong gallery sheds light upon cultural identities and explores traditional aesthetics through its unique artwork collection at the exhibition 

Arts Daniel Arsham’s ‘Fictional Archeology’ at Galerie Perrotin August 25, 2015

The American artist’s latest exhibit furthers the artist’s exploration of geological materials in an effort to infuse his work with a dimension of fictional archelogy 

Arts Xinru Zhang to Replace Chenchu Rong at the Hong Kong Philharmonic August 25, 2015

The award-winning metal percussionist will join the upcoming performances of Tan Dun’s Nu Shu

Arts Gagosian Presents Nam June Paik’s First Hong Kong Exhibtion August 24, 2015

The gallery will showcase the Korean artists work that serves as an exploration of the roots that technology and the media has had on culture today

Arts Liu Wei’s ‘Silver’ at White Cube Hong Kong August 21, 2015

The multidisciplinary Chinese artist’s latest exhibit explores the social and political questions he’s faced through sculpture, installation, and painting

Arts We Are Not Amused: Inside Banksy’s Dismaland Bemusement Park August 21, 2015

Labelled as “the UK’s most disappointing new visitor attraction,” Banksy’s new pop-up art exhibition that epitomises the irreverent street artist’s creative approach

Arts “Traces to Nowhere” at Lehmann Maupin Gallery August 20, 2015

Matthias Weischer makes his Asian debut with a selection of works that explores new ways of harmonising the relationships between objects and space

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