Arts and culture guest blogger hkCultureGeek, Gillian Chu, is a Hong Kong raised Canadian who enjoys exploring the secret cultural spots around town. You can contact her at hkCultureGeek@hkFashionGeek.com. As a girl who grew up with an obsession over origami, it is no surprise that...

Los Angeles-based artist James Jean presented a selection of new works at Art Hong Kong 2011. Known for his previous high profile collaborations with Prada, the artist implemented those same characteristics into five new highly-detailed paintings for the installation at the Martha Otero...

Originally previewed the other day, KAWS made his debut at Art Hong Kong 2011 with a special showing at the Galerie Emmanuel Perrotin booth. Along with past works, the New York artist showcased a series of new pieces, shown below. For those interested in checking them out in person, they will...

We're not sure how you've spent your Fridays and which #FF recommendations you heeded, but we did have a great time for the past Friday at Club Avatar's Back 2 Future with DJ Andrew Chow and MC Nara! (Here's our great shoutout of gratitude towards Omy and Club Avatar for the kind invitation...

Japanese pop artist Keiichi Tanaam recently presented a new series of works for Art Hong Kong 2011. Featured were two paintings and a sculpture titled Golden Shangri-la, Buddhist Cross and the Red Bridge and Golden Skeleton. All feature reworkings of his iconic characters and unique aesthetic,...

Time to P-A-R-T-Y! Hong Kong turns up the heat with super fun parties and events around town during the summer. There are loads of concerts going on and your weekends will be packed with things to do – you only have to glance at our Weekender to see that! The bars and restaurants are bringing...

Arts and culture guest blogger hkCultureGeek, Gillian Chu, is a Hong Kong raised Canadian who enjoys exploring the secret cultural spots around town. You can contact her at hkCultureGeek@hkFashionGeek.com. Jasmine, Audrey and I went to the Hong Kong Academy of Performing Arts (HKAPA) on a...

are always with us on Hong Kong Island, yet the goals and aims, wealth and borders of the clientele have changed somewhat in the 15 years since the handover from the British. It was the anniversary of this event at the beginning of the month. "There is a new clientele that has emerged in...

The fact that people weren't as used to street art here then also created more opportunities. The only major problem is I need to buy more casual clothes to paint! You grew up in Belgium and lived in Amsterdam, how does Hong Kong's art scene compare to the rest of the world? What are we...

Contact her at hklifestylegeek@hkfashiongeek.com Who goes to the east side of Hong Kong island these days? Being one more familiar with Central -- because let's face it -- most of the action is there -- I was lured out of my comfort zone and headed out to Sai Wan Ho -- or Soho...

 

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