To escape the hustle and bustle of the city, slip into its past, at the “Images Through Time: Photos of Old Hong Kong” exhibition at the Hong Kong Museum of History. More than 700 photos from the mid-19th century present a true reflection of the city’s early days of development.
There is so much more to Chao Shao-an’s engaging paintings than immediately meets the eye. For an exhibition that showcases 40 works from the naturalist-perfectionist, the Hong Kong Heritage Museum has installed electronic screens that magnify them, so viewers can revel in the artist’s delightful, delicate details.
Nearly 100 art works selected from almost 1,000 entries are on display at the Hong Kong Museum of Art, as part of the Hong Kong Contemporary Art Awards exhibition. Three artists relate their creations’ meaning, each of which, in one way or another, reflects Hong Kong life.