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Friday, September 20, 2019, 12:28
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By chinadailyhk.com
Friday, September 20, 2019, 12:28 By chinadailyhk.com


Live la dolce vita

Great news for Italophiles — the Italia Mia Festival begins this week, running until December with a myriad of events that will make you feel as if you’re living in Italy. The cavalcade of not-to-be-missed events kicks off with Italiocinema, an event bringing this year’s best Italian films to Hong Kong, fresh from film festivals around the world. 

The following week will offer a rich Renaissance experience with twelve of Leonardo Da Vinci’s drawings arriving from Milan as well as educational talks on Dante’s Divine Comedy. Check out the program for details of many more events, including the three-act opera Rigoletto, music at the Klassik Swing Quartet Concert and various truffle-filled culinary events. Not forgetting a bunch of charity-oriented events, including RunITALY on October 7.

If you go

Italia Mia Festival

Organized by the Consulate General of Italy in Hong Kong and partners

Date: Until Dec 15

Venue: Multiple venues

www.italiamiafestival.com

Tiger Balm patterns

Having survived the demolition of Tiger Balm Garden in 2004, Haw Par Mansion remains one of Hong Kong’s iconic buildings. Inspired by its surroundings and treasure trove of artifacts, designers have created innovative products, including ceramic landscape sculptures and pendulum scent diffusers, featured in an exhibition to celebrate the property's revitalization. Hosted by Design Trust Futures Studio, the event features public tours, workshops and dialogues on design.

If you go

Heritage is Innovation 

Organized by DTFS

Date: Until Sept 30

Venue: Haw Par Music, 15A Tai Hang Rd, Tai Hang

designtrust.hk/DTFS/

Life and death in negatives

Shanghai artist Qin Yifeng is fascinated by pieces of old, crumbling furniture. To him, their neglect over the years symbolizes the changes in traditional Chinese values. Through negative imagery, Qin strips the objects of their color, capturing the essence of life and death between cracks of wood and corroded metal. The results are spellbinding: the objects appear like shadows on a flat, gray surface, giving an illusory two-dimensional effect to his photographs. 

If you go

Negative Reading | Reading Negatives

Organized by White Cube

Date: Until Nov 16

Venue: 50 Connaught Road, Central

whitecube.com/exhibitions/exhibition/qin_yifeng_hong_kong_2019


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