Ambiguously Yours: Gender in Hong Kong Popular Culture
Time Out says
Hong Kong's upcoming art museum M+'s latest exhibition explores androgyny and genderfluidity in local pop culture.
Following the success of Tsang Kin-wah's solo exhibition and the design collection showcase, M+ Pavilion is delving deep into local popular culture for its newest exhibition. Displaying more than 90 works that dates back from the 1960s, the show takes a look at how androgyny and genderfluidity has been dealt with and presented in popular culture over the years, the interplay between visual art, design and moving images, and its effect on contemporary popular culture.