Following a rejuvenating spring, the summer programming includes enticing and thought-provoking exhibitions and programmes for the community to revel in all summer long.
Tai Kwun seizes the summer with a delightful new exhibition Serendipity in the Street, which presents the discoveries of urban observers and artists as they re-examine the everyday happenings within the Central neighbourhood. Tai Kwun Contemporary’s highly anticipated exhibition, trust & confusion, continues to invite visitors to immerse themselves inside its multisensory journey. This evolving, accumulative exhibition grows in the “day” room with unfolding artworks, while solo and duo presentations debut their new episodes in the “night” room, from June until December. Additional exhibitions — INK CITY and Portals, Stories, and Other Journeys — unfold with a wide range of public programmes for visitors to explore the meaning of urban life. Tai Kwun has also partnered with the Hong Kong Arts Festival to host HKartsFestival@TaiKwun, which will span two weeks in June.
Further extending its summer offerings, Tai Kwun launches a bold programming line-up that can be attended regularly, including the long-awaited Tai Kwun Conversations and a new screening series, Everyone’s Sick, that will run in-depth interviews with more than 20 local artists.