Hong Kong Museum of Art extends Joan Miró Exhibition till 2nd July due to popular demand


20th June 2023 – (Hong Kong) The exhibition “The Hong Kong Jockey Club Series: Joan Miró – The Poetry of Everyday Life” at the Hong Kong Museum of Art has been extended until 2nd July due to popular demand. The exhibition showcases the works of Spanish modern art master Joan Miró and is one of the rare large-scale retrospective exhibitions of Miró in Hong Kong in recent years. Visitors can view all 94 of Miró’s artworks, including paintings, sculptures, drawings, textiles, lithographs, and posters. The exhibition also includes audio-visual materials related to the artist, offering a retrospective look at his creative career.

In addition to Miró’s works, the exhibition features unique Hong Kong perspectives with artworks by Hong Kong artists GayBird and Leelee Chan, as well as illustrations by Zoie Lam. The exhibition also showcases artworks by Zao Wou-ki, Wu Guanzhong, Luis Chan, and Ha Bik-chuen from the museum’s own collection, highlighting the similarities and differences between Chinese and Western artists in the comprehension of abstract art.

The exhibition is held at the Special Gallery on the second floor of the HKMoA at 10 Salisbury Road, Tsim Sha Tsui, Kowloon. Admission fees are $30 for standard tickets, $20 for group tickets (groups of 20 persons or more), and $15 for full-time students, people with disabilities (and one accompanying minder), and senior citizens aged 60 or above. Tickets are available up to seven days in advance at all URBTIX outlets and self-service ticketing kiosks at HKMoA or other designated locations. Museum Pass holders can enjoy free admission to this exhibition.