L’ÉCOLE School of Jewelry Arts was established in 2012 in Place Vendome, Paris with the support of High Jewelry Maison Van Cleef & Arpels. In November 2019, they opened up a second location in Asia - K11 MUSEA. It is the first school in the world to invite everyone from the general public to connoisseurs to explore the world of jewellery arts. On January 18 2020, they are inviting everyone to discover inside of its recently opened campus and have a sneak peek of the one-secretive world of jewellery arts.
Coming back again in Tai Kwun contemporary for the second time - The Hong Kong Art Book Fair "BOOKED" from 16 to 19 January 2020, including a preview on Thursday, 16 January at JC Contemporary and F hall. Over 80 locals, regional and international exhibitors taking part, "BOOKED" will act as a platform for a large variety of artists and publishing practices at the intersection of "art" and "books".
Ocean Park Conservation Foundation Hong Kong is calling for attention to Hongkongers to join its much anticipated Conservation Day on 11-12 January 2020. In this 25th year, the event will let visitors learn more about the local biodiversity and understand the urgency of conserving endangered species through a slew of pop-up activities in Ocean Park over the weekend. This year, their main focus on horseshoe crabs, providing an up-close and personal opportunity to discover these living species as well as providing guests with an opportunity to learn more about them at the limited time "Horseshoe Crab Discovery Centre". Additionally, Ocean Park will be donating all admission fees collected on 11 January 2020 to the conservation foundation in support the wildlife conservation work across in Asia.
Harbour City presents “Sun Kissed Summer – lipstick art exhibition” with American lipstick artist – “Lipstick Lex” holding her first solo exhibition in Hong Kong. Lex demonstrated how to use over ten thousand kisses to create her largest piece of kiss print “Victoria Harbour Sunset” now on display at Harbour city from 10am to 10pm until the 22nd July 2018.
After the launch of London and Seoul, Hong Kong is honored to be the next city where the exhibition Mademoiselle Privé will be displayed. From 13th January to 10th February 2018 at PMQ, the exhibition showcase the origins and sources of inspiration of CHANEL's creations and the mastermind behind the brand, Gabrielle Chanel and Karl Lagerfeld.
On the 7th June, 2017, Vacheron Constatin debuted its latest timepieces in the "Celestial Mechanics" exhibition. Included in this exhibition were the Metiers d'Art Copernic spheres Celestes 2460 RT (in Grand Feu Enamel, Hand-engraving and Sapphire), the Traditionnelle Calibre 2253 and Traditionnelle World Time, the Patrimony Perpetual Calendar and Traditionnelle Choronograph Perpetual Calendar, Harmony Complete Calendar and Traditionnelle Perpetual Calendar Openworked, Patrimony Moon Phase and Retrograde Date, Traditionnelle Moon Phase and Power Reserve Small Model & Malte Moon Phase and Power Reserve.
Renowned Parisian jeweller, Chaumet, presented The Art of Jewellery Since 1780 exhibition at the ifc mall Oval Atrium, which was open to the public from June 1st – 11th – a presentation of the magnificence garnered by the House over two centuries. The exhibition presented Chaumet’s most intricate and exquisite creations, taking visitors through an immersive journey, progressing through a vivid exposition of Parisian grace and romance.
Faced with a blank canvas, modern day artists have to answer the question of they want to portray the subject matter at hand. You'll witness an intriguing negotiation between realism and abstract by modern day artists as you navigate through the Asia Contemporary Art Show 2017.
In the blink of an eye, this is already the tenth edition of the Asia Contemporary Art Show. Located in Conrad Hong Kong, the exhibition invites over 80 galleries from around the world to display their art collection within the hotel rooms spanning over three floors, creating this innovative art-viewing experience. It could be overwhelming surrounded by so many beautiful artworks, so here are five artists that you should keep in mind as you explore around.
Good photos are worthy of recognition, and for good reason. Seattle-based photographer Emmanuel Monzon takes us through his perspective of his hometown’s urban sprawl, through fifteen stunning photographs.