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Immerse in K11 Art House’s Heartwarming Tales of Love!

Life isn’t so bad with you — this August, K11 Art House ‘Wednesday Movie Club: Our Days Together’ presents five films that will tug at your heartstrings! From the endearing commitment of lifelong pets in A Dog’s Purpose, A Dog’s Journey, and The Travelling Cat Chronicles, to the familial love of Only the Cat Knows, and the fated romance of Till We Meet Again, share a heartwarming memory with your special someone and learn to treasure every type of love with these heartwarming tales!

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Enjoy 20% off when purchasing regular-priced tickets for any film under ‘Wednesday Movie Club: Our Days Together’ at the K11 Art House box office! A maximum of four discounted tickets can be bought per transaction.*

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A Dog’s Purpose

Based on the best-selling novel, A Dog's Purpose shares the heartwarming and surprising story of one devoted dog who finds meaning to his own existence through the lives of the humans he teaches to laugh and love.

Date: 3 Aug 2022

Time: 8PM

Film Duration: 101 minutes

A Dog’s Journey

The sequel to A Dog’s Purpose, this story takes us on the beloved dog Bailey’s adventure through his many lifetimes as he forms an unbreakable bond that will lead him, and the people he loves, to places they’ve never imagined.

Date: 10 Aug 2022

Time: 8PM

Film Duration: 109 minutes

The Travelling Cat Chronicles

Adapted from a novel of the same name, this film tells the story of a stray cat Nana, and her rescuer Satoru. Forced to give Nana away due to unforeseen circumstances, the film chronicles the tale of two kindred souls as they embark on a journey to find their way back to each other.

Date: 17 Aug 2022

Time: 7:50PM

Film Duration: 120 minutes

Only The Cat Knows

Feeling estranged from her husband of 44 years, Yukiko declares her intentions to divorce Masaru after his cold-hearted comment on the disappearance of their beloved cat, Chibi — forcing the two to face their marriage, and the connection they thought they’ve lost, head on.

Date: 24 Aug 2022

Time: 8PM

Film Duration: 105 minutes

Till We Meet Again

Gone to the underworld with amnesia as a result of being struck by lightning, Ah-lun takes on the job as a god of love. While connecting people’s destinies through red strings of fate, he stumbles upon his own tying him to his beloved — with their connection all hanging on a single thread.

Date: 31 Aug 2022

Time: 7:30PM

Film Duration: 128 minutes

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Immerse in History’s Greatest Operas at K11 Art House!

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)
Time: 3PM
Runtime: 3 hours 33 minutes
Language: English (with English subtitles)

Puccini’s Turandot
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)
Time: 3PM
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)
Time: 3PM
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!

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Art, But Can You Eat It? Question Reality at Cake Illusions Showcase!

Welcome to Hong Kong’s first-ever illusion cake showcase, where you can experience the sweet surprise of hyper realistic cakes designed to appear as ordinary objects. Each creation by Dear Harley Bakery blurs the line between food and art, challenging visitors to question reality — can you find all the cakes hidden in plain sight?

Cake Illusions Experience 1: Spot The Cake
Let’s feast! But wait… Take a look around the room. Could these ordinary everyday objects be… cake? Your challenge: Find the 13 illusion cakes on our 6-metre-long dining table themed to an “after party” feast!

Cake Illusions Experience 2: Vote The Cake
Let's Play: Guess which object is the real Dear Harley cake! Visitors can cast their vote on-site for which artwork they think might be cake. Catch the big reveal on our Instagram (@K11MUSEA) — we’ll slice the “cake” that gets the most votes!

Cake Illusions Experience 3: Cut The Cake
Join us for some weekend cake cutting fun with Dear Harley founder and cake artist, Alison Chan. One lucky guest per session will be invited to cut open and reveal the inside of an illusion cake for the ultimate moment of truth — don't miss out!

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A Season of Summer Goodness: K11 MUSEA’s Weekend Market Pop-up!

Soak up the sunshine as you venture to K11 MUSEA’s instagrammable Weekend Market Pop-up to discover a range of homegrown gems — from delicious handcrafted gastronomic delights to jewellery and accessories that complement your summer wardrobe, to all-natural skincare and aromatherapy products and more!

Explore the rotating selection of local brands every weekend from 29 Jul onwards at the blooming gardens on K11 MUSEA’s Art & Cultural Centre!

Participating Brands include:
• Delicacies: Bel-Zims Chocolatier, Ex Plum Wine, Frenchie Toquée Cakes, Ginsanity, Metz Luxury Tea, Nestbloom HK, Stories Coffee, WeheaHK, Wine Hut and Yuentea
• Aromatherapy and skincare products: Aussie Premier, In basic Living, The Scentist HK and Wild Mint
• Art & Artisanal Handcrafts: Bravais Crystal, FLOATY, Muse Jewelry hk, OON JEWELLERY and T-world Pearl

Dates: 29 Jul – 28 Aug 2022 (Fri, Sat, Sun & Public Holidays only)
Opening Hours: 5:00PM - 9:00PM (Fri); 12:00PM - 9:00PM (Sat, Sun & PH)
Location: 6F, K11 Art & Cultural Centre, K11 MUSEA
Admission: Free

For your peace of mind, K11 MUSEA has implemented enhanced health & safety protocols according to the government’s latest social distancing measures.

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K11 MUSEA Art Karnival: The Annual Art Frenzy Returns!

Take a nosedive into a frenzy of world-class art at K11 MUSEA as K11’s annual Art Karnival returns for a nation-wide fête — arriving simultaneously at K11 in Shanghai, Guangzhou, Shenyang and Wuhan!

As the lines between the digital and physical continue to blur, perspectives get jumbled as a Karnival of artworks pull you in to question what’s real and tangible. Take the leap into an unfamiliar realm of art discovery today!

Find a series of renowned artworks by internationally recognised artists waiting for you to discover, including larger-than-life installations, interactive works, limited-time art pop-ups and showcases, and more! What are you waiting for? Dive into K11 MUSEA’s Art Karnival today!

Discover Our Curation of World-Class Art
I hope…, Chiharu Shiota
The centrepiece of this year’s Art Karnival, this immersive installation of steel boats and 5,000 handwritten letters float in an ocean of collective wishes towards uncharted waters.

The Eve, David Altmejd
Canadian artist David Altmeijd's work often explores the relationship between the body and architecture, inviting viewers to reflect on blurred boundaries.

Beethoven's Trumpet (With Ear), Opus 127, John Baldessari
Do you hear that? A melody from Beethoven String Quartet No. 12 in E-flat major, Op. 127 plays when visitors speak into the bell of the sculptural trumpet.

Studio by Zhang Enli
Studio explores the relationship between the past and the present, and is a reproduction of Zhang Enli’s old 9-sq.-m. studio where he worked after graduating from college in Shanghai.

Red Nails Model, Martin Margiela
The "designer's designer" Martin Margiela reflects the notion of artificial female beauty with oversized crimson acrylic nails as a symbol of beauty in the fragile and fleeting.

A gateway into the metaverse, HΞXAVΞRSΞ is a multimedia “phygital” NFT sculpture that illustrates the visionary Dutch artist's idea of the future.

One Minute Sculptures, Erwin Wurm
Redefining what a sculpture is and how the public engages with them, Erwin Wurm’s performance work challenges viewers to take part in unconventional interactions — becoming sculptures themselves in the process.

Deep Dive into A World of Art → [Book Tour Now]

Sneak a Peek at Art Karnival Now!
Plunge into the frenzy of this year’s Art Karnival with an interactive in-app Digital Art Map that dives deeper into the artists’ stories and inspirations through audio guides and virtual tours!

Listen to artist’s stories now → [Open the Map]

Cake Illusions, Co-created with Dear Harley Bakery
See Hong Kong’s first-ever illusion cake showcase, where you’ll find everyday objects boldly reimagined in the form of cake! Can you guess which of these objects are real –– and which ones are cake?

Location: 6F, Kunsthalle
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Where’s the Cake? Join #K11Art Giveaway to Win Exclusive Prizes!
In the frenzy of art during Art Karnival, anything goes! Is it art? Is it cake? Who knows? Snap a photo of your favourite artwork from K11 MUSEA’s Art Karnival and post it on Instagram asking "Where's the Cake?" to redeem a limited-edition NewWorld Mask! Tag 2 friends to see if they can guess what’s cake and what’s not to redeem an additional 2 masks! Take part on Saturdays to receive a bonus jar of marshmallows*!

How to Redeem:
1. Snap a photo of your favourite artwork from K11 MUSEA’s Art Karnival.
2. Post the photo on Instagram with the caption "Where's the Cake?", #K11ART and tag two friends who would also love to enjoy a specially designed mask or a sweet treat!
3. Present your post at the Art Karnival redemption counter (6F) to redeem your prize!

*Limited quantities available, first-come, first-served.

Promotion Period: 29 Jul - 11 Sep 2022

Where’s the cake? Join us on our Art Karnival Tours now to embark on your journey of imagination! → [Book Tour Now]

Alexvi: Three Distances, Alexvi Li
Consolidating the photographer's many years of art practice, this showcase explores the artist's work across three "distances" — close-ups, private spaces, and through the interaction with screens.

Location: B2, Garage & G06, G/F

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From delicacies that look as good as they taste to interactive games that make you question reality, to a Spotify playlist that resounds to the beats of the phygital world, dive deeper into art at K11 MUSEA’s second annual Art Karnival now!

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Date: 29 Jul - 11 Sep 2022