Colourful works by Hung Yi, a Taiwanese sculptor, on display at Artspace K, a new Hong Kong art gallery in Repulse Bay. Photo: Artspace K Colourful works by Hung Yi, a Taiwanese sculptor, on display at Artspace K, a new Hong Kong art gallery in Repulse Bay. Photo: Artspace K
Colourful works by Hung Yi, a Taiwanese sculptor, on display at Artspace K, a new Hong Kong art gallery in Repulse Bay. Photo: Artspace K

New Hong Kong art gallery Artspace K is for ‘people to come and just enjoy themselves’, founder says

  • Artspace K founder Chen Kok-choo, former chairman of Taiwan’s National Performing Arts Centre, wants to bring contemporary art to more people
  • The gallery opens with a show of vibrant sculptures by Taiwanese artist Hung Yi – ‘what we all need after a year like this’

Topic |   Art
Colourful works by Hung Yi, a Taiwanese sculptor, on display at Artspace K, a new Hong Kong art gallery in Repulse Bay. Photo: Artspace K Colourful works by Hung Yi, a Taiwanese sculptor, on display at Artspace K, a new Hong Kong art gallery in Repulse Bay. Photo: Artspace K
Colourful works by Hung Yi, a Taiwanese sculptor, on display at Artspace K, a new Hong Kong art gallery in Repulse Bay. Photo: Artspace K
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