Family- and community-themed artworks by 30 Los Angeles-based artists are featured at Hot Concrete: LA to HK, an  exhibition at K11 Musea in Hong Kong. Above: Cosmic Tea Dust (2022) by Diana Yesenia Alvarado. Photo: Woaw Gallery
Family- and community-themed artworks by 30 Los Angeles-based artists are featured at Hot Concrete: LA to HK, an exhibition at K11 Musea in Hong Kong. Above: Cosmic Tea Dust (2022) by Diana Yesenia Alvarado. Photo: Woaw Gallery
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‘We wanted to bring a bit of LA to Hong Kong’: art show at K11 Musea, Hot Concrete, features the work of 30 Los Angeles-based artists

  • Hot Concrete: LA to HK at K11 Musea features works by 30 LA-based artists from different backgrounds, and emphasises social consciousness and community
  • Personal history and memorabilia are recurring themes in the exhibition, set up by husband and wife Greg Ito and Karen Galloway

Family- and community-themed artworks by 30 Los Angeles-based artists are featured at Hot Concrete: LA to HK, an  exhibition at K11 Musea in Hong Kong. Above: Cosmic Tea Dust (2022) by Diana Yesenia Alvarado. Photo: Woaw Gallery
Family- and community-themed artworks by 30 Los Angeles-based artists are featured at Hot Concrete: LA to HK, an exhibition at K11 Musea in Hong Kong. Above: Cosmic Tea Dust (2022) by Diana Yesenia Alvarado. Photo: Woaw Gallery
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