Hong Kong street art: how Wan Chai is being transformed as graffiti gains acceptance

The sixth street art festival, organised by HKwalls in collaboration with the Hong Kong Design Centre, has transformed the vibrant district into an outdoor gallery

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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
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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