Hong Kong

Venice Biennale
Venice Biennale

You'll Never Hear "We Are the World" the Same Way

'Songs for Disaster Relief' takes aim at self-righteous charity singles.
Andrew Nunes
7.11.17
Installation
Installation

Traditional Chinese Scroll Painting Comes to Life in an Algorithmically Animated Projection

Howie Tsui’s ‘Retainers of Anarchy’ exhibition spans 25 meters at the Vancouver Art Gallery.
Nathaniel Ainley
4.5.17
Animation
Animation

A Beautiful, Simple Animation Explains Marshall McLuhan's "The Medium Is The Message"

Watch this video because we need to be media literate or else we'll elect another idiot.
Beckett Mufson
3.13.17
Art
Art

Welcome to Hong Kong's Pitch Black 'Empty Gallery'

Enter the void on the south side of Hong Kong Island.
Samantha Culp
2.13.17
Film
Film

Woah, 'Planet Earth II' Ends with a Mega-City Hyperlapse

Hyperlapse artist Rob Whitworth takes 'Planet Earth II' where it's never gone before—Hong Kong.
Beckett Mufson
12.12.16
Art
Art

A Walkie-Talkie Tunnel 'Through the Earth' Connects LA & Hong Kong

This playful installation is like a large-scale tin can phone line, connecting people on opposite ends of the earth.
Nathaniel Ainley
9.9.16
Art
Art

Shia LaBeouf Wants You to Pick Him Up: Last Week in Art

LaBeouf, Rönkkö, & Turner are touring the US with strangers for their new project #TAKEMEANYWHERE.
Sami Emory
5.31.16
Art
Art

Colorful Drone Photos Take You Soaring Over Hong Kong

Andy Yeung captures sublime photos of one of the world’s most dense cities.
Gabrielle Bruney
5.14.16
Art
Art

New Installation Lets You Smell the Hong Kong–Chinese Border

Artist Morgan Wong connects a memory of the border crossing with the unmistakable sense of smell.
Beckett Mufson
1.7.16
Art
Art

The Gooey, Grotesque Porcelain Babies of Johnson Tsang

Just look at them!
Beckett Mufson
9.11.15
Art
Art

We Talked to the Artist Burning Sex Toys for Ghosts

"I would be so thankful to know that someone was burning me sex toys after I die!"
Dylan DeRose
8.25.15
Art
Art

Hong Kong's Farewell to Thousands of Neon Signs

From Blur to Wong Kar-wai, they have inspired a movement of visual culture.
Ysabelle Cheung
8.11.15