- Visual Identity of “Ambiguously Yours: Gender in Hong Kong Popular Culture” Courtesy of M+, Hong Kong
- High Heels for Leslie Cheung’s Live in Concert 97’ 1997 Courtesy of Nansun Shi
- Poster of Chungking Express 1994 anothermountainman / Stanley Wong M+ Collection Courtesy of M+, Hong Kong
- Costume designed by Eddie Lau for Denise Ho’s HOCC Live in Unity 2006 Concert 2006 Donated by Mr. Eddie LAU Hong Kong Heritage Museum Collection, Leisure and Cultural Services Department
- Cover of City Magazine , Issue 173 1991 Courtesy of City Howwhy Limited
- Film still from Peony Pavilion 2001 Courtesy of Yonfan Studio Co Ltd
- Album Cover for Anita Mui, Bad Girl 1987 M+ Collection Courtesy of M+, Hong Kong
Untitled (Collagebook4_02) 1969 M+ Collection Courtesy of M+, Hong Kong
Portrait of Andy Lau, Actor/Singer 1985 Courtesy of Helen Lee © Julian Lee
Ambiguously Yours: Gender in Hong Kong Popular Culture offers new insights into Hong Kong popular culture through representations of androgyny and gender fluidity in Cantopop, fashion, film, photography, and graphic design.
Including more than ninety exhibits, among them Roman Tam’s iconic peacock costume, a film clip from Wong Kar-wai’s Chungking Express, City Magazine covers, and works by photographers such as Julian Lee and Wing Shya, Ambiguously Yours celebrates the creative experimentation and ongoing influence of the 1980s and 1990s, while further proposing a dynamic dialogue between popular culture and the fields of art, design, and moving image.
A series of programmes – including talks, a teachers’ private view, and guided tours for the public, and school groups – accompany the exhibition. Access services for programmes can also be arranged in advance.
In the run-up to the opening of the M+ building in 2019, the M+ Pavilion functions as a temporary home for M+ exhibitions and events.
17 March to 21 May 2017
Wednesday to Sunday and public holidays
M+ Pavilion, West Kowloon Cultural District