Korean artist Kim Jun-sik (left) and Hong Kong curator William Lim, at the “Matter” exhibition, at SA+ in H Queen’s, Central. Artworks include (from left): From Rags to Riches (2019) and 22C Museum - David Homer Simpson (2019), by Kim, and A Side Street (2007), by Choi So-young. Photo: Xiaomei Chen
Enid Tsui
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The Collector by Enid Tsui

As the world watches Hong Kong, the city’s art goes global

  • With all eyes on Hong Kong, they city’s art market has also received a boost, as a Korean auction house teams up with collector William Lim to push local artists onto the international stage

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Korean artist Kim Jun-sik (left) and Hong Kong curator William Lim, at the “Matter” exhibition, at SA+ in H Queen’s, Central. Artworks include (from left): From Rags to Riches (2019) and 22C Museum - David Homer Simpson (2019), by Kim, and A Side Street (2007), by Choi So-young. Photo: Xiaomei Chen
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