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...

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...

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,...

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...

Have been immensely enjoying swanning around Hong Kong and getting to know the city. It is so diverse, busy and fine grained. Its so incredibly dense and just about every main street is busy like Oxford Circus on a Thursday evening. Had a bit of an island escape last weekend on a friend's boat...

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. Last year I stumbled into the Hong Kong Flower Fair 2010 on its very last hour, saw...

what is arguably the most dynamic art scene on the globe, our very own Hong Kong. Sure, it includes more than 35,000 square metres of exhibition space and yes, you'll be contending with crowds numbering in the tens of thousands. But don't be intimidated: Art Basel in Hong Kong isn't just...

There certainly isn't a shortage of Spanish restaurants in Hong Kong. Yet whilst most of these offer simple spreads of tapas for sharing, , the sister restaurant to in PMQ, presents us with a fine dining tasting menu of Spanish dishes from the Basque region (País Vasco in Spanish). Perched...

To write Hong Kong's newest dining experience off as 'part-gallery, part restaurant' would be an egregious understatement. Called BIBO, the space combines work from an art collector's extensive collection with one very bold interior design story to comprise one of the most impressive sensory...

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 Saturday afternoon...

 

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