Two Exciting Exhibitions Arriving at Hong Kong’s K11 MUSEA and K11 HACC

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Two exciting exhibitions are now on view in Hong Kong’s K11 Art & Cultural Centre at K11 MUSEA and K11 HACC, a state-of-the-art exhibition space located in K11 Atelier, King’s Road respectively, presenting multi-media contemporary art, fashion, crafts and artisanship from around the world to the public.

Adrian Cheng and Carine RoitfeldPresentthe Power in Craft and Artisanship in Hong Kong until February

Adrian Cheng, CEO of New World Development and Founder of K11, and Carine Roitfeld, world-renowned fashion icon, once again collaborate this and present a world-class exhibition titled Savoir-Faire: The Mastery of Craft in Fashion - the first-ever multi-brands exhibition in Asia showcasing haute couture and prêt-à-porter fashion from the world’s biggest designers, plus never-before-seen pieces from the most coveted brands.

Opening on 13 December at K11 Art & Cultural Centre located at K11 MUSEA in Hong Kong's Victoria Dockside, the exhibition promises to be a grand celebration of artisanship, art and culture. The beauty and importance of preservation of craft from some of the most legendary houses and designers around the world will be presented, including Alexander McQueen, Balenciaga, Chanel, Christian Dior, Givenchy, Iris van Herpen, Loewe, Louis Vuitton, Saint Laurent, Schiaparelli, Tom Ford, and Valentino, and avant-garde designers such as Richard Quinn and Tom Van der Borght.

With works of haute couture and ready-to-wear on display alongside one-of-a-kind pieces from Roitfeld's never-before-seen private collection, the visually and physically immersive exhibition will take its audience on a visual journey into the fantastical pages of Roitfeld's iconic fashion editorials.

Rare Chinese antiques and crafts from the K11 Craft & Guild Foundation’s archives will be on view alongside the fashion collection, demonstrating the beauty of inter-disciplinary and cross-generation arts and crafts.

The exhibition is a continuation of the ongoing partnership between Cheng and Roitfeld. Together, they launched K11 Original Masters in 2020, a three-part webinar series that brings forth leaders of modern artistry to showcase renowned century-old artisanship in a first-of-its-kind digital programme designed for the social media era.

The exhibition will last until 14 February 2022. Tickets are on sale forSavoir-Faire: The Mastery of Craft in Fashion.

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Hong Kong’s K11 Art Foundation Breaks the Wave at K11 HACC until 23 January

Hong Kong’s K11 Art Foundation (KAF) presents a very exciting exhibition - Breaking the Waves - from 17 December 2021 to 23 January 2022 at K11 HACC, a state-of-the art exhibition space in K11 Atelier, King’s Road. Founded by Adrian Cheng in 2010, K11 Art Foundation supports Chinese contemporary artists through exhibitions, artist residencies and educational programming and more.

Curated by ArtReview, Breaking the Waves brings the works by 14 highly acclaimed artists and collectives from around the world in a dialogue on the role of communication and social interaction in contemporary art practice. Participating Artists include Larry Achiampong, Chim↑Pom, Ripon Chowdhury with Ho Tzu Nyen, Adriano Costa, Eisa Jocson, Michael Joo, Jac Leirner, Yuko Mohri and David Horvitz, Laure Prouvost, Slime Engine, Wolfgang Tillmans, and Zheng Bo.

Featuring both static and interactive works, the exhibition title refers both to persistence, as in the unceasing breaking of waves on a shore, as well as the act of swimming against the tide. Exploring discussion and dialogue as a cornerstone of contemporary art, the exhibition conveys optimism about the latent potentials for renewal as we re-enter a world reshaped following the COVID-19.

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