29 April – 16 Nov 2016 @MGM Art Space, Macau (Free Admission)
The exhibition is presenting seventy-four of Degas’ sculptures cast in bronze, which were originally made from wax, clay and plaster.

3 – 28 May 2016 @Exhibition Hall, Hong Kong City Hall (Free Admission)
A photographic exhibition by Jean-Philippe Lebée. Like a waking dream, the narratives illustrated by Jean-Philippe Lebée are first and foremost moments of life that are crystallized and presented in a poetic and harmonious way.

CLAUDE MONET: The Spirit of Place
4 May – 11 July 2016 @Hong Kong Heritage Museum
It is a pleasure for the eye and peace to the mind – to see the spirit of selected landscapes and the ever changing natural beauty on Claude Monet’s canvas.

5 May 2016, 8:00pm @Hong Kong City Hall
by ENSEMBLE PYGMALION with Soprano Sabine Devieilhe, Direction: Raphaël Pichon
Various Mozart’s pieces are reinterpreted in a brand-new way, celebrating the musical genius’s romantic love story.

AUGUSTE BORGET: A Painter-Traveller on the South China Coast
29 June – 9 October 2016 @Macau Museum of Art
In an age before cameras, Borget created realistic pencil sketches, precious watercolours followed later by prints and oil paintings. They offer a unique depiction of the Pearl River Delta in the mid-nineteenth century, and a glimpse of its folk customs and culture. Borget was deeply influenced by his stay on the South China coast.