Hello all Well Voyaged readers! No matter whether you are an art lover, or simply just a selfie queen, you are totally in luck! This April, if you are around the city, come and play along with such creative artworks and interactive installation exhibition on Hong Kong Island this month. Read on to find out more!
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New York's Subway Street Art in Landmark's Belowground
Walk into a NYC subway station in Belowground, buy a single journey ticket via the ticket machine, get into the paid area, then you are about to hop on the subway car. This exhibition resembles the New York's Subway covered with loads of graffitis and street arts in a very authentic way. You will not only see those realistic installation work, but also sculptures, paintings and products like skateboards that are ready-to-sell. Make sure you have your camera, or perhaps your cash ready for this!
Belowground | Shops B49-52, B55-56, B59-61 15 Queen's Road Central LANDMARK, Central
Cat Parody for World's Famous Artworks
To all cat lovers, are you excited about this exhibition? This interactive art show is finally landed in North Point, Hong Kong and ready for you to take pictures with it like nobody's watching! The artistic Shu Yamamoto recreated world's famous artworks with a touch of sense of humour and cuteness. This exhibition features more than just stunning paintings and sculptures, but also kid-friendly installations for fun, and of course, photo time!
Harbour North Phase 1-3 | North Point, Hong Kong