Benjamin Li
Apr 30, 2014

Times Square Hong Kong debuts Gaudi’s artwork in Asia

Times Square Hong Kong, Museu Nacional d’Art de Catalunya (MNAC) and Basilica de la Sagrada Família of Spain, have opened an exhibition of architecture by Antoni Gaudi at the mall in Causeway Bay. Open through May, the exhibit includes 14 works, all of which are appearing in Asia for the first time. The exhibition will include a guided tour, Spanish food and wine tasting and the staging of flamenco dance performances on weekends in May.

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