A Surreal Glimpse of Hong Kong – Art Exhibition

  It is Art season here in Hong Kong and we know that Hongkongers are spoilt for choices when it comes to artsy indulgences. This year, Hopaloop decided to take things one by one 🙂 There is real beauty to taking both life and art slowly. We will be featuring a select 5 artists this season encouraging you, our readers to enjoy the rare luxury of appreciating Art for what it really is.  About the artist – Urmila Menon Urmila Menon is a self-taught Indian Artist living in Hong Kong. She is mainly an urban sketcher and owner of the line of custom made home décor products, ColorID. She does her urban sketching through both traditional and digital mediums. As an urban sketcher she captures the surroundings one sketch at a time, on location. She tries and captures memories, feelings an...

“Contemporary” gets a new home in Hong Kong at Tai Kwun

Contemporary gets a new home in Hong Kong at Tai Kwun. The recently opened centre for heritage and arts that piques the interest of every Hongkonger and tourist alike. It is aimed at cultivating knowledge of contemporary art, performance art and the rich history and heritage amongst the communities. The revitalisation project has been led by The Hong Kong Jockey Club in partnership with the Government of the Hong Kong SAR. Tai Kwun is the trading name of the Jockey Club CPS Limited, the not-for-profit operator set up by The Hong Kong Jockey Club Charities Trust to manage the revitalised site. What does Tai Kwun mean? “Tai Kwun” in Chinese means “big station”. This colloquial name was used by police officers and the public to refer to the former Central Police Statio...

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