Until Dec 21: Flavin, Judd, McCracken, Sandback
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David Zwirner Gallery presents works by four pioneering artists connected with the minimalist art movement of the post World War II period in the United States. Dan Flavin, Donald Judd, John McCracken and Fred Sandback explored the importance of space, each by wildly different means. Their works will be presented separately, in different rooms so as to highlight their alternating approach to art.
Open daily (Tue-Sat) until Dec 21, 11am-7pm; free entry. David Zwirner Gallery.
Dec 8-9, 15-16: Stanley Plaza Finnish Christmas Wonder
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The Finnish region of Lapland acts as one of the cultural center points for modern Yuletide beliefs and, while that snowy area is half the world away, Stanley Plaza is bringing their own piece of the Scandinavian country to Hong Kong. Catch locally made and imported items at this market, all in the company of the Yule goat and his elven friends.
Sat-Sun Dec 8-9, 15-16, 12am-8pm; free entry. Stanley Plaza.
Dec 14-16, 19-23, 25-26: The Nutcracker
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What better way to get into the Christmas spirit this December than with this classic ballet. Composed by legendary Russian Pyotr Ilyich Tchaikovsky, and adapted from the story by E.T.A. Hoffman, The Nutcracker tells the tale of Clara, The Nutcracker and their quest to escape the clutches of the evil Mouse King on Christmas Eve.
Dec 15-16: Creamfields
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Creamfields brings together some of the best known house and EDM musicians in the world for two days of high octane fun. Catch Armin Van Buuren, Alesso, Diplo and more as they take the stage at Asia-World Expo this December. Founded by Cream in 1998, Creamfields has since gone on to become one of the most recognizable names in electronic music today.
Dec 31: Cirque du Soleil
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This New Year’s Eve, forgo your local tavern in favor of something a bit more spectacular as Cirque du Soleil returns to Hong Kong. Known for offering thrills, spills and more than enough excitement, this event will also feature a four-hour free flow of red and white wine, as well as craft beer. Sit back and watch as performers take on acrobatic and death-defying stunts.
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