Highlights

“The Detective House of Agatha Christie” Series: Verdict

“The Detective House of Agatha Christie” Series: Verdict is presented by Theatre Space Foundation Limited on 13-22 November 2020
13-22.11.2020|The Box, Freespace

Shirley Tse: Stakes and Holders

Shirley Tse: Stakes and Holders presents sculptural work and installations by the Los Angeles–based Hong Kong artist Shirley Tse. The exhibition responds to ‘Shirley Tse: Stakeholders, Hong Kong in Venice’, Hong Kong’s presence at the Venice Biennale in 2019
1.7-4.10.2020|M+ Pavilion, Art Park

Screening: “Your Face” – Tsai Ming-liang

Part documentary, part fiction, Tsai Ming-liang’s award-winning experimental film presents a series of close-up portraits of faces touched by time. Painted with light, love and gentle reflection, the subjects are slowly revealed through observation, silences and speech. Featuring original soundtrack by Ryuichi Sakamoto
9-10.9.2020|The Room, Freespace

Ryuichi Sakamoto feat. Shiro Takatani: dis·play

Ryuichi Sakamoto returns to Hong Kong for the first time in more than a decade with his new performance dis·play, combining music from his 2017 album async and visual compositions from long-time collaborator Shiro Takatani
11-12.9.2020|The Box, Freespace

Restaurants, Cafes and Shops

Whether you need to cool down in summer, warm up in winter or unwind after a day at work, check out our harbour-side Art Park restaurants and cafes – perfect for coffee, lunch, dinner, happy-hour cocktails and more

Street Performance Scheme

Apply to perform in the West Kowloon Art Park

Competition Pavilion

Located on the West Kowloon waterfront promenade, ‘Growing Up’ is the winning design in the first Hong Kong Young Architects & Designers Competition. It offers stunning harbour and sunset views as well as a space for leisure and relaxation

Art Park Pop-up Food Stalls

Between now and the end of August 2020, try out the great food and drinks on offer at our new Art Park pop-up food stalls – a great way to refuel and recharge as you enjoy the park, take in the spectacular harbour views or watch the sunset

Freespace

Hong Kong’s new centre for contemporary performance