The park features outdoor space containing the installation by 'Half Big Suit' by Austrian artist Erwin Wurm.
A brand new sculpture park has opened in Hong Kong.
The K11 Art & Cultural Centre at K11 MUSEA’S sixth floor is a huge multi-purpose, outdoor and indoor space featuring a collection of international artwork from artists including Los Angeles-based painter Mary Weatherford, Austrian artist Erwin Wurm, Japanese installation artist Yayoi Kusama and Turner Prize winner Oscar Murillo.
According to K11 founder Adrian Cheng, the collection displayed reflects the city’s waterfront culture and represents “the fluid exchange of ideas in a multicultural, multilingual city like Hong Kong.” The park is located at Victoria Dockside which is on the Tsim Sha Tsui harbour front.
After feasting your eyes on the artwork, fill rumbling tums at the Gourmet Corridor. The corridor hosts more artwork plus dining spaces including COBO HOUSE, COUCOU Reserve, Fine Wine Experience and TeaMiTea, all of which will be opening in phases over the coming months.
The sculpture The Moment of Regeneration by Yayoi Kusama (front) and artwork by Mary Weatherford.
The Art & Culture Centre will shortly be hosting the first solo exhibition in Hong Kong for French artist Neil Beloufa. The focal point of the exhibition, Long Time No See, is the video and installation ‘Life as Data’, part of a series of works created in 2014 that predicted a lot of today’s reality. A group of French mathematicians attempt to predict the love dynamics of Canadians through algorithmic formulas, a method that is now commonly used to track consumer choices and preferences (and in 2020, exam grades for homeschooling school students). Plus ca change...
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K11 Art & Culture Centre, Sixth Floor, K11 MUSEA, Victoria Dockside, 18 Salisbury Road, Tsim Sha Tsui, Hong Kong.