Electronic music's renaissance man makes a welcome return to Hong Kong.
Banality meets brilliance as US artist Jeff Koons brings his works to Hong Kong.
A sideways glance at life is certain when comic artists tell the city's story at the Ani-Com and Games event.
May will see more art exhibitions opening than you can shake a paintbrush at. It is hard knowing where to start when at Art Basel Hong Kong alone, from May 15 to 18, 245 local and international galleries will be showing.
Hins Cheung continues his transition from pop idol to stage actor with a revealing role in Equus.
As he makes his fifth visit to city for his largest solo exhibition outside Europe, French artist recalls how government removed other works.
You can take the players out of the orchestra, but you can’t take the orchestra out of the players.
Unlike dance productions, it is rare for local theatre shows to have more than one cast. But Chan Suk-yi, artistic director of Whole Theatre, has decided to take this unusual step, casting two sets of actors for his Cantonese adaptation of A Spot of Murder, a classic whodunnit from British playwright Geoff Bamber.
Inspired by last year's "umbrella movement" protests in Hong Kong, veteran playwright Szeto Wai-kin and director Henry Fong Ka-wong have been working closely since late 2014 on a script that explores what it means to be right and wrong at a time when society seems to be full of injustices.
A stage adaptation of the famous 1948 avant-garde Chinese movie, about to open in Hong Kong, reminds its director of Chekhov.