6 February 2017 (Monday) – 26 February 2017 (Sunday)
10:00am – 11:00am
11:00am – 12:00pm
12:00pm – 1:00pm
1:00pm – 2:00pm
2:00pm – 3:00pm
3:00pm – 4:00pm
4:00pm – 5:00pm
5:00pm – 6:00pm
6:00pm – 7:00pm
7:00pm – 8:00pm
8:00pm – 9:00pm
(11 session/ day, 1 session/ hour, last admission time: 8:00pm)
Courtyard & Marketplace, G/F
Regular Ticket: $100
Hong Kong Limited Hanging Balloons Package: $200 (Including 1 Hanging Balloons tote bag (Not for sale), and 1 Hanging Balloon)
Junji Ito’s Exhibition will sweep across Hong Kong!
Be sure to visit the exhibition at PMQ during 6-26 February 2017!
► Hong Kong-Exclusive Exhibits ◄
Junji Ito and the curatorial team have created an exhibit area tailored exclusively for Hong Kong fans. The international debut of these exhibits feature comic characters in Hong Kong streetscapes, allowing visitors to immerse in close encounter of horror scenes in Hong Kong settings.
► Junji Ito’s Personal Workspace◄
A rare glimpse into the personal workspace of Junji Ito attempts to reveal the creative processes behind his work. How are such delicate scenes and mindboggling imaginations created?
► Original Manuscripts of Fragments of Horror◄
10 original manuscripts from Fragments of Horror are specially made available for their Hong Kong premiere.
► Experience Horror Comics via Augmented Reality (AR) ◄
First time in the world, authorized AR technology is utilized to bring comic characters and scenes to life. Over 10 scenes from comics such as Spiral, Tomie, Soichi and Lovesick Dead are to be experienced like never before.
► Hanging Balloons: Horror Photo Booth ◄
For the first time ever, visitors are able to have their faces photographed into Hanging Balloons with the authorized themed photo booths. Scary and memorial to the extreme.
Junji Ito is hailed to be the most important Japanese horror comic artist since the 1990s. Carrying on the legacy of his two mentors – Kazuo Umezu and Koga Shinichi, he developed his own comic styles which proved to be influential to many of the horror comic artists to come. Junji Ito has created his signature aesthetics of horror and oppression with his peculiar sketched lines and carefully crafted complex scenes, which were described by readers as “terrorizing not only the mind but also the body”. Tomie, the dismembered and incessantly reproduced girl, Hanging Balloons, the aesthetics of horror classic, Lovesick Dead, the viral comics on the internet, and Spiral, theatrically released in Hong Kong, are all celebrated classics of Junji Ito’s artistic creations.