City guide (May 26-June 13)

Updated: 2013-05-27 16:08

(China Daily)

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Hong Kong

Landmark art

This is the last day to see Hong Kong Land's pop up gallery featuring work from some of the world's best artists and sculptors. As part of Le French May, Cecile Bart has created a series of colorful mobile screens suspended above The Landmark's atrium. A second exhibition, In the Public Eye, is held in conjunction with Opera Gallery and includes works by such artists as Ron Arad, Salvador Dali and Yayoi Kusama.

Ends May 26. Various locations in Landmark, Landmark Prince's, Landmark Chater and Landmark Alexandra, Central.

Reel camping

Visibility Record invited Taiwan master Wu Yi-feng to lead a documentary masterclass, with a Youth Training Camp as one of its highlights. Upon passing an audition, 20 students between the ages of 17 and 35 will be taught the theories and techniques behind making documentaries while focusing on the daily lives of Cheung Chau's island residents.

June 7-13. Caritas Jockey Club Ming Fai Camp, Cheung Chau. 852-2540-7859

Eye on HK

Hong Kong Eye presented by Prudential, is the largest exhibition focusing on contemporary Hong Kong artists ever held in Hong Kong. Works from artists such as Kwan Sheung-chi, MAP Office and Kingsley Ng are featured in the exhibition. The collection highlights the divergence of local artists and raises questions such as how the city's colonial legacy shaped its artists' oeuvre.

Until May 31. ArtisTree, 1/F Cornwall House, TaiKoo Place, 979 King's Road, Island East. 852-2284-4877