Neon dreamers turn an icon of Hong Kong streets into art
- Buildings from the Victoria Harbour skyline rendered in neon, a retro taxi wrapped in light tubes – artists put neon to new uses
- The material, fast disappearing from the streets, is indelibly associated with Hong Kong
Hong Kong is a city of neon lights, and a group exhibition at Kong Art Space in Staunton Street, Central, that’s full of vibrant and colourful works is the newest contribution to our collective memory of local neighbourhoods and the cityscape.
Featuring artists including Daniel Kamp, Frédéric Bussière, Felix Chan and Rosetta Heung, “My Light, My Hood” runs until January 14.
Admission: HK$20. Inquiries: [email protected] or 2147 9838.