A Guide to What Hong Kong’s Local Art Scene has Lined-up for 2024

A Guide to What Hong Kong's Local Art Scene has Lined-up for 2024

Uncover Hong Kong’s thriving local art scene this spring as a plethora of exhibitions and galleries open during Hong Kong Arts Month (March), adding an extra splash of colour to the already vibrant city.

From Art Basel, the largest international art fair in Hong Kong, to an exhibition of hundreds of colourful luminous installations at Tamar Park, the city is home to an abundance of unique artworks and installations that are just waiting to be explored.

ComplexCon Hong Kong – 22nd March – 24th March 2024

A large blue coloured character at ComplexCon

The largest fashion carnival in the United States is about to land in Hong Kong for the first time, marking its debut in Asia. ComplexCon brings a unique speciality in international pop and urban culture to Hong Kong Arts Month by showcasing the world’s most influential brands and artists for an immersive two days of fashion, art, food, music, inspiration, and more.

Located just minutes away from Hong Kong International Airport, this event is a must for pop culture lovers.

WestK’s FunFest ‘Ephemeral’ Installation – 22nd March – 7th April 2024

WestK’s FunFest

This spring, the West Kowloon Cultural District Authority presents the ‘Ephemeral’ installation as part of the WestK FunFest. The installation combines light, soundscapes, and giant, translucent rainbow-hued bubbles.

Created by award-winning Sydney-based design studio Atelier Sisu, the thought-provoking, immersive public art installation aims to bring people together in fleeting moments of connection and community through a playful shared experience.

Art@Harbour 2024: teamLab’s ‘Continuous’ Exhibition – 25th March – 2nd June 2024

An installation comprised of coloured lights at Art@Harbour

Located at Tamar Park and the Central and Western District Promenade, the teamLab: ‘Continuous’ exhibition symbolises the perseverance of life. Hundreds of colourful luminous installations across the lawns of Tamar Park and the Victoria Harbour will continuously change colours and sounds as visitors interact with them.

The structures will also continue to stand even if they are pushed over by waves, blown by the wind, or pushed by people. Additionally, the adorned trees in the park will also respond with shifting coloured lights and sounds.

Art Central – 28th – 31st March 2024

The exterior of Art Central on the harbourfront

After four years, Art Central will be returning to Hong Kong’s Central Harbourfront, showcasing the next generation of talent from Asia’s most innovative galleries alongside distinguished artists from around the world.

With a unique identity in the Hong Kong visual arts landscape, Art Central provides the best in today’s global contemporary art practice. This year, the exhibition will include a new sector, “Neo”, which will feature cutting-edge or undiscovered artists in a small but highly visible space.

Art Basel Hong Kong – 28th – 30th March 2024

A young woman browsing picture hung on the wall at Art Basel Hong Kong

The largest international art fair in Hong Kong and the crown jewel of the month-long celebrations, Art Basel Hong Kong, features premier galleries from across Asia and beyond. Art Basel Hong Kong offers visitors an in-depth overview of Asia Pacific’s diversity through modern and contemporary works by established and emerging artists, including more than 240 world-class galleries and 16 large-scale installations.

For more information, please visit www.discoverhongkong.com.

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