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Bruce Lee: Kung Fu. Art. Life. from Aug 24th 2017
An exhibition that explores Bruce Lee not only as a movie star and martial arts master, but also as a cultural phenomenon. More than 600 invaluable memorabilia from local and overseas collectors and organizations are on display for visitors to gain a greater insight into Lee's life and career. Close...
This exhibition will explore the development of ports and early trade routes in the South China Sea during the 16th to 20th centuries. It will provide a fresh angle on maritime history with its narrative through the eyes of pirates, with a focus on Hong Kong, then Pearl Delta River and Southern...
French May 2017 - Alter Ego: Haude Bernabé from May 14th 2017 to Aug 26th 2017
Modern and Contemporary Art Where: Art Supermarket, 1/F, Asiarich Court, 5 Staunton Street, Soho, Hong KongWhen: 14th May - 26th August 2017 
See what’s underneath the wraps of six mummified individuals, as well as 200 artifacts using Computerised Tomography (CT) scanning technology, and understand how archeologists study themes and practices of ancient Egyptians through the exhibition.Mon to Fri 10am to 7pm, Sat and Sun 10am to 9pm, Clos...
On Sharks & Humanity from Jun 29th 2017 to Sep 30th 2017
A group exhibition featuring the works of 36 artists, co-organised by the HK Maritime Museum and Parkview Arts Action and curated by Beijing-based Huang Du. On Sharks & Humanity bridges together the worlds of art and humanitarian action, while raising awareness of shark conservation and the need...
Carnival from Jul 13th 2017 to Sep 9th 2017
A group of three artists producing work in different mediums and with distinct styles come together to present works relating to the theme of carnival, myth and lore.Exhibition DetailsDates: 13th July to 9th SeptemberVenue: Massimo de Carlo, 301 Pedder Building, 12 Pedder Street, CentralOpening hour...
In Search of Miss Ruthless from Jun 30th 2017 to Sep 10th 2017
A group show featuring the works of 23 artists from Asia and North America, reflecting on the role of pageantry and performance in creating the identity of a diaspora.Image credits:Ngoc NauShe Dances for Desire, 2017Holographic Installation

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