Hejum Bä: I want to buy unseen eyes

by Hejum Bä

Date: 10 July, 2024 | 12:00 am - 11:59 pm
“Societies have always been shaped more by the nature of the media by which they communicate than by the content of the communication.” – Marshall McLuhan  In the infamous movie A Clockwork Orange by Stanley Kubrick, one of the most iconic scenes depicts Alex, the protagonist afflicted by an insatiable thirst for “ultra-violence”, undergoing the “Ludovico technique,” a form of aversion therapy in which his eyes are forcibly pried open as he is obligated to watch a series of graphically violent, and disturbing footage.  Hejum Bä ’s first solo exhibition at MASSIMODECARLO Hong Kong bears a provocative title – a nod to the viral Korean internet meme – I want to buy unseen eyes – referencing the constant stream and influx of content we consume in the digital age, whether we intend it... Read more



by Huang Yulong

Date: 11 July, 2024 | 5:00 pm - 8:00 pm
Ora-Ora is delighted to announce the much-anticipated solo exhibition of Beijing-based artist Huang Yulong at our Tai Kwun gallery space. Titled Miroku, the exhibition explores the themes of time and the future. While this marks Huang’s first solo show with Ora-Ora, it signifies his dynamic return to Hong Kong after nine years. Huang’s artistic practice merges motifs from youth and hip-hop culture with the vitality of urban environments. The centerpiece of Miroku is a large-scale inflatable sculpture, also titled “Miroku”, showcasing a new medium the artist is exploring. This exhibition celebrates an emotive journey and a breakthrough in his oeuvre, reflecting on themes of leisure, curiosity, and passion. Epitomizing the receptiveness and dynamism which is apparent in China's rapid u... Read more

JPS Gallery

Kazy Chan: The Twist of a Halo

by Kazy Chan

Date: 19 July, 2024 | 11:00 am - 7:00 pm
A halo, a symbol of holiness, traditionally depicted as a circular or arched manifestation of light encircling the head of a revered figure, takes on a fresh representation in Hong Kong artist Kazy Chan’s upcoming solo exhibition, The Twist of a Halo. By challenging the fixed preconceptions that often stifle our creativity and understanding, Kazy distorts and reimagines this ethereal symbol through various mediums in hopes that viewers can reflect on the ever-changing nature of their perceptions and knowledge of the world.  As depicted by a myriad of artists, halos are products of imagination, and their true form remains unknown, allowing for endless interpretations ranging from a simple representation of radiance in the form of a circle to evolving into a symbol of the Trinity in the s... Read more

Double Q Gallery


by Luca Sára Rózsa

Date: 18 July, 2024 | 6:00 pm - 8:00 pm
Double Q Gallery is delighted to present Five Deep Breaths, a solo exhibition of new works by Budapest-based artist Luca Sára Rózsa. Rózsa’s recent paintings are often inspired by stories preserved in the collective memory of Judeo-Christian culture, through which she examines questions, common to both Eastern and Western philosophy, concerning the role of the individual within the cycles of the world. While travelling in Asia, she became fascinated by the idea rooted in ancient Eastern thought that human existence and the place and role of human beings in society are links in an eternal cycle. By contrast, individual existence in Western culture is determined by self-centredness, and a person’s life and actions are governed by the quest for self-fulfilment. Rózsa’s latest paintings can... Read more

Yang Jiechang: The Last Tree

Gallery: Alisan Fine Arts (Central)

Artist(s): Yang Jiechang

Opening / Event Date: 21 May, 2024

Closing / End Date: 30 Aug, 2024

Laurent Martin “Lo”: Celestial Equilibrium

Gallery: 10 Chancery Lane Gallery

Opening / Event Date: 23 May, 2024

Closing / End Date: 20 Jul, 2024

From Eternal Garden to the Bright Side – Hsiao Chin Memorial Exhibition in Hong Kong

Gallery: 3812 Gallery

Artist(s): Hsiao Chin

Opening / Event Date: 23 May, 2024

Closing / End Date: 26 Jul, 2024