Bruce Lee: Kung Fu · Art · Life

by Belinda Wong


July 20, 2013 – December 31, 2020; Fall 2021 – 2026 (Ongoing)

In collaboration with the Bruce Lee Foundation of the US, the Hong Kong Heritage Museum presents “Bruce Lee: Kung Fu · Art · Life”.  Occupying a total area of 850 square metres, the “Bruce Lee: Kung Fu • Art • Life” exhibition features more than 600 precious relics related to Bruce Lee on loan from a number of local and overseas collectors, including memorabilia of Lee and his costumes, books and gym equipment, as well as his articles. The exhibition gallery also houses several sets of reconstructions, which were created with ideas inspired by prominent scenes in Lee’s five classic kung fu movies as well as his gym and his study. Also featuring a 3D hologram animation on Bruce Lee, a newly created 3.5-metre-high statue of Lee and the 75-minute documentary “The Brilliant Life of Bruce Lee”.

Revamped in late 2021 as a “A Man Without Ordinary: Bruce Lee”, this exhibition further enable scholars and fans to review Lee’s life story with a fresh take on his impact in both fashion and pop culture from a more comprehensive, in-depth and independent perspective.


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