Hong Kong’s Artistic Centre Is Surprisingly Street-Art Heavy
Old Town Central, which is one of the oldest—and most eclectic—neighbourhoods in Hong Kong, is best explored on foot. Stroll along Wyndham Street, Caine Road, Possession Street, Queen’s Road Central and Hollywood Road and check out the newly opened H Queen’s, a 24-floor tower that houses exhibitions and galleries.
What’s the psychology behind colour red? The exhibition titled "RED" by @saplushk features beautiful red colour works by internationally recognized artists including Cecily Brown, Jeff Koons, Gerhard Richter, Whanki Kim, SeoBo Park and Sufan Oh. The exhibition will run until 12th May. #SA #SeoulAuction #HQueens #HQueensArt #Red #ColourPsychology
Later this year, the Tai Kwun Centre for Heritage and Art will open in the renovated old Central Police Station. This area—as well as its boho neighbour Sheung Wan—is known for its street murals, some of which were created for the annual HKwalls festival. Look for pieces from Lousy, KS and Elsa Jean de Dieu.