Posts Tagged ‘Hong Kong’
 

 
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deTour 2014

  Last Friday night the inner faces of the PMQ (Police Married Quarters) were illuminated by a moving graphics show as the 2014 deTour was officially opened. I remembered when I first moved to Hong Kong in 2011 encounterin...
by Victor Serrano
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Twins

Hong Kong is increasingly becoming a hot spot for design and arts worldwide. It normally relies on events such as fairs to expose the work created locally to the community. However, a new enterprise promises to create a permane...
by Victor Serrano
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Disappearing Memory

Disappearing Memory

Architecture and Art have always been part of one another. In occasions a building serves as a place to hold artwork and sometimes art becomes inhabitable. During this weekend I had the wonderful opportunity to experience both ...
by Victor Serrano
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Marc Quinn: Held by Desire

Was art invented or discovered?  Can we control nature or does it control us?  These questions, and many others, were recently raised by the British contemporary artist Marc Quinn at the opening of his new exhibition, Held by...
by Molly Lukins Burke
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Vivid Hong Kong

Vivid Hong Kong

If you are a fan of photography or looking for a new addition for your coffee table, Palani Mohan’s Vivid Hong Kong is a bright conversation starter for your collection.   Capturing familiar Hong Kong hustle and bustle u...
by Claire Johnson
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