Art in Hong Kong

Carsten Nicolai’s artwork dominates Hong Kong’s skyline

Carsten Nicolai has created an impressive audio-visual work in his sterling career as a contemporary artist. His α (alpha) pulse creation stands out from the others for its uniqueness. Through it, he endeavors to illuminate the Hong Kong skyline. The latest creation adds to the impressive list of mindboggling stuff that Nicolai has always …

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Andreas Gursky’s Stock Exchanges – Humans reduced to a blob of color

About Andreas Gursky Andreas Gursky is a German photographer and professor. He is most well known for large format architecture and landscape color photos, and following the 1990s, Gursky has been using technology and computers to edit and enhance his photos. First Stock Exchange photo in 1990 Gursky is known for using an elevated vantage …

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Fan Ho’s street photography: How Hong Kong looked like 60 years ago

Fan Ho biography Born in Shanghai in 1931 but moved to Hong Kong early in his life, Fan Ho was a renowned actor, film director, and photographer who has won numerous awards (280 awards, empirically speaking) for his work since 1956. In his teens, he began to photograph the drama of city life, ranging from …

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Richard Wilson & The Italian Job – Is this bus falling off a roof?

Richard Wilson’s coach artwork in Hong Kong The sculptural installation by Richard Wilson titled Hang On A Minute Lads, I’ve Got a Great Idea showcases a full-sized replica of a old-fashioned twin-axel Harrington Legionnaire coach that looks as if it is teetering precariously on the edge threatening to fall off The Peninsula’s seventh-floor. How did …

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