Bringing foresight to a hopeful future through art and technology.
The K11-orchestrated ‘Symphony of the Future’ is a hybrid “phygital” space that invites the public to experience art and technology in a whole new way. They can interact with a number of new artistic and futuristic creations in the forms of sound, music, video, Augmented Reality (AR) technology, as well as sculptures and installations. This artistic and cultural production fosters the appreciation for Hong Kong’s innovation and technology, facilitates multi-cultural exchange and empowers home-grown art talent. Together with the public, K11 looks forward to strengthening the city’s role as an international platform, where the ‘East meets West’.
• Don Diablo
• Olivier Cong
• Tom Friedman
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Feel at home at the Hong Kong exclusive MAISON CELINE POP-UP STORE, only at K11 MUSEA. Designed by HEDI SLIMANE, the pop-up brings the Creative, Artistic and Image Director’s CELINE vision to life, with clean lines and a careful selection of reflective brass and natural wooden tones that fuses representations of opulence and warmth into a cohesive, inviting space.
CELINE Maison Collection
Bring home the distinct CELINE elegance inspired by 1970s French travel fashion. The Maison Collection is a range of lifestyle accessories and trunks (jewellery and watch cases, vanity pouches, perfume holders, and even blankets) that serve to elevate the modern working women’s day to day.
Haute Parfumerie — Rimbaud
A highlight of the MAISON CELINE POP-UP STORE, Rimbaud is the latest addition to the house’s Haute Parfumerie collection, named after famed French poet Arthur Rimbaud. With notes of lavender and iris, the fragrance captures the essence of youth and its poetic grace.
La Collection Des Grands Classiques
CELINE’s classic silhouettes are reiterated with the La Collection Des Grands Classiques Session 05 — spot variations of the Triomphe bag, as well as newer shapes like the Ava and Romy, and the K11 MUSEA exclusive Nano Triomphe Panier in palm leaves and calf skin.
Curate your CELINE collection for the home and wardrobe now at the exclusive MAISON CELINE POP-UP STORE in K11 MUSEA.
MAISON CELINE POP-UP STORE
Date: 7 – 27 AUGUST 2022
Time: 11AM – 9PM
Location: G/F, OPERA THEATRE, K11 MUSEA
Shop K11 MUSEA’s best picks in the comfort of your home via WhatsApp or calling our dedicated Shopping Ambassadors at 5291 8336 to start your shopping spree with delivery right to your door!
From 29 July till 11 September, explore a frenzy of activity at K11 MUSEA as international artists and renowned pieces of work gather for the annual Art Karnival, returning with a series of not-to-be-missed art showcases!
Be the first to tap into the “phygital” art world conveniently through your phone with the ‘Art Karnival Art Map’, where you can instantly listen to the audio guide and check out our 10 highlights from this year’s plethora of world-class works!
1. Open the map by tapping the ‘Explore Now’ button below.
2. hoose the artwork you want to learn more about by tapping ‘See it Now’, which will take you to an introduction page with stories about the work and its location — complete with audio guide!
3. Tap the button on the bottom right corner to hear more stories about each artwork!
History’s greatest opera classics have arrived at K11 Art House! Part of the latest curation for The Met: Live in HD series, laugh, cry, and cheer along with heart-wrenching stories this season!
From the Metropolitan Opera House to Hong Kong, the 2021-2022 season of The Met: Live in HD series will present three new opera screenings filmed in high definition by 14 different cameras. With an all-round theatre experience captured for the screen, see Brett Dean’sHamlet in Hong Kong for the first time, Puccini’s Turandot, and Donizetti’s Lucia di Lammermoor now!
Brett Dean’s Hamlet
Australian composer Brett Dean’s Hamlet is a riveting contemporary masterpiece appearing live in cinema, with director Neil Armfield bringing his acclaimed vision to the Met. Starring tenor Allan Clayton in the title role, and the legendary bass John Tomlinson as the ghost of Hamlet’s father.
Date:24 Jul 2022 (Sun)
Runtime: 3 hours 33 minutes
Language: English (with English subtitles)
A story of the cold-hearted princess Turandot who poses three riddles to her suitors, this rendition features Ukrainian soprano Liudmyla Monastyrska as the titular character, with tenor Yonghoon Lee as the bold prince determined to win Turandot’s love.
Date: 21 Aug 2022 (Sun)
Runtime: 3 hour 26 minutes
Language: Italian (with Chinese and English subtitles)
Donizetti’s Lucia di Lammermoor
A tragic tale of the fragile Lucia in a feud between her family and that of a rivalling house, Lucia di Lammermoor stars soprano Nadine Sierra as the haunted with in-demand Australian theatre and film director Simon Stone at the helm of this electrifying new stage.
Date: 18 Sep 2022 (Sun)
Runtime: 3 hours 47 minutes
Language: Italian (with Chinese and English subtitles)
Upon purchasing a ticket for The Met: Live in HD series, customers will be eligible to receive*:
- HK$100 Tirpse dining coupon
- 50% off Dap-ba Artisan desserts
*e-vouchers will be available for redemption upon entry at The Met: Live in HD series.
Jump into the world of epic operatic splendour at K11 Art House now!
World-renowned artist Alexvi Li arrives at this year’s Art Karnival with a curated retrospective. Showcasing in Hong Kong for the first time, Alexvi: Three Distances consolidates the photographer’s many years of art practice, exploring the poignant connection between photographer, subject, and the viewer across two spaces in K11 MUSEA.
Explore the Trio: Back to Black, Peking Apartments, Lonely Planet
See the world through the lens of Alexvi Li viewed across two locations of K11 MUSEA: G06, G/F, and B2, Garage. Presenting a curation of three of the artist’s series, the showcase depicts a form of distance: Back to Black features close-up portraits of famous faces; Peking Apartment gives an alternative look at fashion icons in their private spaces; and Lonely Planet presents a furtive view of bystanders and their relationship with their screens.
Since 2009, the artist has captured portraits of more than 150 well-known Chinese actors and singers in a unified, black-and-white format. The resulting Back to Black series is a stunning record of 12 years of Chinese cinema displayed in a dimmed space to emphasise the blurred distinction between icons and idols of the consumer era. Continuing on from the Ground Floor showcase, visitors can head to B2, Garage for a closer look at Alexvi Li’s work in the form of 3 short films.
Back to Black Interactive Installation
In the darkroom surroundings of B2, Garage, visitors can get a unique chance to interact with the artist’s Back to Black series with a Polaroid photo booth set-up! Explore the moody depths of iconic portraiture and get your own likeness taken in the same signature style, and scan the QR code to take it home as a souvenir!
Date: 29 Jul - 11 Sep 2022
Location: G06, G/F, K11 MUSEA
Time: 10AM - 10PM
Location: B2, Garage, K11 MUSEA
Time: 11AM - 9PM
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