A first look at Damien Hirst's "Forgotten Promises" exhibition at Gagosian Gallery in Hong Kong. The show includes some favorites, and some newer works including the much talked about diamond encrusted baby skull, diamond cabinets and photorealistic oil paintings of butterflies. We are SO...

Gagosian Gallery Announces Damien Hirst Spot Challenge Winners When Gagosian gallery announced that a Damien Hirst spot painting extravaganza would open at 11 locations all around the world, they also issued a challenge: anyone who saw all 11 shows would win a special Hirst spot painting...

The rich history of Hong Kong's role as an exotic destination has been laid out in a new exhibition, shedding light on what organizers say was the city's most romantic period. Early Hong Kong Travel (1880-1939) is currently being staged at the University Museum and Art Gallery at the...

Ltd, the gallery will be housed inside a long terrace of listed buildings, formerly used as theatre carpentry and scenery production workshops, and will be flanked by new buildings. The ground and upper floors of the listed buildings will be linked to allow the space to be used for both...

Damien Hirst "The Complete Spots 1986-2011″ @ Gagosian Gallery Gagosian Gallery announces the opening of "The Complete Spot Paintings 1986-2011″, a new exhibition by acclaimed British contemporary artist Damien Hirst. "The Complete Spot Paintings 1986-2011″ has been conceived to take place...

Linda Farrow drops a pin on Hong Kong with the opening of their flagship Linda Farrow Gallery space. Working with Puyi Optical locally, the Linda Farrow Gallery is a large scale buildout that uses " contrasting materials from dark textured slate, pale off white stone partnered with stainless...

Roy Lichtenstein "Landscapes in the Chinese Style" @ Gagosian Gallery Hong Kong The instantly recognizable works of pop artist Roy Lichtenstein are currently being hosted in Hong Kong at the Gagosian Gallery. The exhibition titled "Landscapes in the Chinese Style" acts as a posthumous...

When: Until 31 March; closed Thursdays Where: Special Exhibition Gallery and Contemporary Hong Kong Art Gallery, Hong Kong Museum of Art, 2/F, 10 Salisbury Road, Tsim Sha Tsui, Hong Kong How much: $20, $10 on Wednesdays (discount concessions apply) All roads lead to Rome Travel back to...

Lo Gallery, Hong Kong Park, Admiralty, Hong Kong, 2801 7177 Kung Tak Lam I love Shanghainese food and for that, Kung Tak Lam hits the spot every time! Beware of the dishes involving faux meat (I've got no time for that – who wants to eat fake shrimp?!) and stick to traditional Shanghainese

The selections are set to be available for viewing at the Simon Lee Gallery in Hong Kong beginning this Friday, April 12 and will remain on display through May 16. Simon Lee Gallery Hong Kong 304, 3F The Pedder Building 12 Pedder Street, Central, Hong Kong

 

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