Posts Tagged ‘Photography’
 

 
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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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Reflecting on HK Art Basel 2014

From curators to students to artists to critics, all corners of the halls were filled with people who had a certain attraction to visual imagery; you could see their eyes widen, pupils dilate, and mouth hang open at the grand s...
by Joy Lee
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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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Are you ready for Affordable Art Fair 2014?

Buying art can be intimidating. So often new buyers wanting to start a collection confront myriad of questions and concerns such as, “What should I be looking for when I buy a piece of art?” “Should I buy it based on the ...
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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