Guest blogger: Bonny

Wednesday, 23 June 2010

'Art HK' is an exhibition that takes place annually in May in Hong Kong Convention and Exhibition centre. This year, it hosted 155 of the world's leading galleries from twenty nine countries, including White cube and Hauser & Wirth.

It is a hugely celebrated exhibition showcasing a wide scope of talents - painting, illustration, sculptures, installations, graphic design, photography etc.

The variety of medium of artworks and origins of culture is amazing! Can you spot something that is locally from Hong Kong? Or perhaps something from the Asia Pacific region, or hints of European designs?

Richard Armstrong, the Director of the Guggenheim Museum has also just paid a visit to the event! If you don't want to miss it next year, or would like more information click the link here to keep yourself posted

1 comment:

Mlle Paradis said...

Great post Bonny thanks for that! Love the crown on the chair.

Also Ellen - thanks for the shoutout on the Beaton/Hockney picture - I actually got that out of the Guardian! In case I don't say it enough, the UK is definitely one of my many versions of paradise.

Hope the sun's shining for you all and Englands still "IN"!