‘ARTiculate’ artist themed film series i.e. Van Gogh, Frida, Goya etc and great composers, Chopin, Mozart etc at UA CineHub, K11 Art House in Oct 2019

30th August 2019 – (Hong Kong) Extending its scope to “K11 Art House”, the brand new flagship UA Cinehub cinema of UA Cinemas, in the international retail and art museum venue K11 MUSEA at Victoria Dockside in Tsim Sha Tsui, UA CineHub will present eye-opening film exhibitions, talks, master classes and workshops, to bring to the town more diverse and premium movie experience. Starting from 12th Oct 2019, the new series of “ARTiculate” and “In Search of the Great Composers” will be exclusively presented to the audience at K11 Art House. All film titles are in English.

ARTiculate” artist themed film series

“ARTiculate” returns! The new edition of “ARTiculate” invites the audience to step inside the world of MoMA, Tate Modern, Musée d’Orsay and Philadelphia Museum of Art to witness the development of art from the Renaissance to contemporary art, and appreciate the legendary lives and superlative works of the art masters such as Van GoghRembrandtMichelangeloMatisseFrida KahloGoyaCézanneDuchamp, as well as Impressionist masters including RenoirDegasMonetPissarro and Sisley. In addition, this series takes audiences on a tour of the State Hermitage Museum at St. Petersburg in Russia, the lavish former winter palace of the Czars which now serves as an art museum, and take a deep dive into the vast universe of art.

For tickets and movie details, click HERE.

Renoir – Luncheon of the boat party.

“In Search of the Great Composers” film series

Next year, 2020, marks the 250th anniversary of Beethoven’s birth. To celebrate the birth of this great composer, there will be a series of screenings entitled “In Search of Great Composers” starting from late 2019 and set to continue into the new year. Besides Beethoven, the series also includes films about musical prodigy Mozart, poet of the piano Chopin and “Father of the Symphony” Haydn. The films revisit these composers’ respective former homes, and some of their most enthralling creations will be performed by the world-renowned Berlin Philharmonic Orchestra and Orchestre de Paris, among others. “In Search of the Great Composers” provides unparalleled visual and audio enjoyment of the highest order.