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HK International Art Fair
May 18, 2008, 4:46 am
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At Hong Kong Convention and Exhibition Centre

I didn’t expect the exhibition was that huge. I spent almost two hours in there with my friend, but there wasn’t enough time for us to look at the details of some works. We kinda had to skim through a lot of them, but the good thing was we managed to look at every single piece. There were around 1000pcs of artworks from all over the world, and they were great and inspiring. 

Kim Joon
Bird Land – Armani
Lambda print
100 x 175 cm

kwang Young Chun
Aggregation 07-NO76
Mixed media with Korean mulberry paper
153 x 253 cm

Li Wei
Life In The High 4
Colour photograph
176 x 193.49 cm

(Detail of Red Carpet – 1)

Rashid Rana
Red Carpet – 1
C Print + Diasec
218 x 292 cm

Roger Ballen
40 x 40 cm

Shen Shaomin
Experimental Field No.2: Sunflowers
Animal bone, cast bone meal, acrylic and rock salt
130 x 15 cm

Check out more works in the Hong Kong International Art Fair Catalogue.


Live Graffiti Painting
May 11, 2008, 9:58 am
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Anna Fredriksson – Live Graffiti Painting in Hong Kong

It Looks Fake But It’s Real
May 11, 2008, 8:17 am
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SMALL PLANET by Naoki Honjo
Harbour City’s Gallery
May 1-18, 2008

Naoki Honjo, a Japanese contemporary photographer, using a tilt-shift lens shooting from helicopters or skyscrapers which blurring the majority of the captured environment. Such technique also maximizes full control over the depth-of-field of the photos and gives the viewers a sense of falseness. Honjo aims to express a sense of falseness about the environments we live in. They look very much like miniature sets and very fun to look at.

For more information about Naoki Honjo, you may click here.

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Bombs & Tanks
May 4, 2008, 11:48 pm
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I always wondered what was the structure that’s located across from where I live. Got a chance to find out the answer yesterday. It’s Hong Kong Museum of Coastal Defence. What’s cool to check out in there? Military vehicles, cannons, guns, bows, army uniforms, underground magazines which were used to store ammunition, and a lot of interesting history information and events. 


Keeps You Cool in Summer
May 4, 2008, 4:50 pm
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