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What’s On? Things to do this June in Hong Kong

M+ Cinema opens, Le French May continues, Metavision Tour launches at K11 Musea, and much, much more! This June arts, culture and NFT collectors will be delighted by the slew of exhibitions and tours that will be popping up throughout the month. Whether you’re exploring the city’s many art and cultural sights solo or grabbing a friend to join you, these are the events to fill your social calendar with this summer. Here’s our guide to all the hottest happenings in town…

M+ Cinema Opens
8 June

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From 8 June onwards, film buffs will have much to look forward to as the West Kowloon virtual museum pulls back its curtains on the much anticipated M+ Cinema – screening a wide range of visual content from documentaries, experimental cinema, video art, and of course, old classics. Explore the inaugural programmes offered throughout June and the rest of the year within its screening houses of various sizes, and be immersed in visual culture and the art of cinematography. 

How much: Prices vary
Where: M+, West Kowloon Cultural District, 38 Museum Drive, Kowloon
For more information: mplus.org.hk

Creativity is on the lifeblood of RADO
Until 11 June

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Over the years, the brand has collaborated with some of the world’s most visionary artists and designers, from Andy Warhol to Le Corbusier. Rado continues to promote creativity worldwide and we are glad to support Fan Yan, artist based in Hong Kong making music from her paintings. The painter and musician will display her collection in PMQ, Central. RADO will unveil its new True Thineline Great Garden of the World collection to celebrate this event.

How much: Free entry
Where: PMQ, S311, 3/F, Block A, Aberdeen St., Central
For more information: rado.com / fanyan-art.com

Metavision Tour
Until 19 June

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The most ambitious showcase of NFT art arrives at the hottest cultural-retail destination, K11 Musea. Spanning nine floors throughout the 10 levels within the massive Victoria Harbourside mall, Metavision is a journey of imagination and aspiration. Embark on a special docent-led Metavision Tour and discover over 200 of the world’s most coveted and ground-breaking NFT artworks! 

How much: Free entry
Where: K11 Musea, 18 Salisbury Road, Tsim Sha Tsui
For more information: k11musea.com

K.Y. Fine Art: Through the Gates of Wonder
2-6 June

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A magnificent showcase of renowned connoisseur of Chinese arts and antiques K.Y. Ng’s collection of fine arts will present 68 works by Hugh Moss – a celebrated ink-painter and Chinese calligrapher who painted under the moniker The Master of the Water, Pine and Stone Retreat. Presented at the Pao Galleries within the Hong Kong Arts Centre, the exhibition is a celebration of the fusion of Chinese and western styles. 

How much: Free entry
Where: 4 & 5/F, Pao Galleries, Hong Kong Arts Centre, Wan Chai
For more information: kyfineart.com

CRYPTYQUES interactive exhibition
8-26 June

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In celebration of the launch of the Hong Kong classic movie-themed NFT collectible on 18 June, Hong Kong startup BEAM+ Lab presents an immersive experience for everyone to unlock the metaverse community. Spanning three floors, the interactive exhibition aims to bridge the gap between the physical world and web3.0 by offering a hybrid experience that unlocks the metaverse. A series of workshops, screenings and talks will be hosted during the exhibition period, inviting everyone to explore the metaverse community and discover the stories behind CRYPTYQUES.

How much: Free entry
Where: Haus of Contemporary, 9 On Lan St, Central
For more information: cryptyques.com

Tang Contemporary presents Woo Kukwon solo exhibition
Until 11 June

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Tang Contemporary Art Hong Kong, a gallery that specialises in showcasing regional and international contemporary Asian and Chinese art presents Woo Kukwon’s solo exhibition. A promising artist from South Korea, whose paintings and installations reflect the growth and self-consciousness of humankind, this exhibition is his autobiographical adaptation of his own metamorphosis. The paintings, featuring ancient carnival ceremonies and mythical beings, tell a narrative of the rugged paths and turning points of human growth. 

How much: Free entry
Where: H Queens, 80 Queen’s Road, Central
For more information: tangcontemporary.com

The Shape of Light
Until 19 June

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Coming together to present a moving image work by acclaimed Hong Kong artist, curator and researcher, Ellen Pau, M+ and Art Basel join hands to commission the live-action performance and spectacular sci-fi sequences of The Shape of Light. Be immersed in the awe-inspiring animation on the M+ Facade and discover the multitude of ways light can be transferred to digital objects – an exploration of how material and immaterial objects can come together in the digital space.

How much: Free entry
Where: M+ Facade, 38 Museum Drive, West Kowloon Cultural District
For more information: mplus.org.hk

Le French May
Until 30 June

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One of the largest cultural and arts festivals in Asia, Hong Kong Le French May, continues its city-wide programmes in June. The exciting affair will run until the end of the month, serving a slew of diverse performances, thrilling exhibitions, fantastic wine and dine promotions and much, much more under the theme ‘Art Unboxed’. Explore a new dimension of art and culture that serves to promote French arts in Hong Kong.

How much: Prices vary
Where: Location vary
For more information: frenchmay.com

 

2022-06-04T11:11:43+00:00 June 04, 2022|Entertainment, Social Calendar|