New York-based studio Snarkitecture released hundreds of bouncy white balls into the outdoor space of the Hong Kong mall.
LCX, the mall targeting young people at Hong Kong's Harbour City, has invited London design studio Yum Yum to create its LCX Rewards Card this year. Now the mall is holding an exhibition, ‘LCX x Yum Yum World’ from 25 April to 18 June, featuring Arnold, a furry purple monster who loves shopping, and a number of hot dog-based characters from its previous ‘Happy Food’ exhibition. Money raised from sales of premium products connected to the event will be go to local charity Food Angel.
HONG KONG - Comic fans and kids will happily get enmeshed in the Spider-Man craze at Hong Kong mall Harbour City, which is trying to capture the buzz for the upcoming Marvel film ‘The Amazing Spider-Man 2’.
Asia Hotel Art Fair will be transforming Harbour City mall and Marco Polo Hong Kong Hotel in Tsim Sha Tsui into a giant art gallery from 19 February to 9 March for the public to view more than 5000 art pieces from more than 70 galleries from Greater China, Japan and Korea. Apart from using the public space in the mall, the hotel's en-suite bathrooms will also be used to feature works by well-known artists such as Damien Hirst, Yayoi Kusama, Takashi Murakami, Zhang Xiaogang, and Lee Ufan.
The works of famous Japanese manga film director Hayao Miyazaki (宮崎駿), whose classic films include Castle in the Sky ( 天空の城) and My Neighbour Totoro (龍貓), will be the highlight of the opening of the first Donguri Republic collectable store outside of Japan at Hong Kong's LCX Harbour City on 21 June. The Mall will exhibit over 30 of Miyazaki's film posters until 31 July, and his new film will be released in Hong Kong in December.
A 16.5-meter-tall rubber duck, created by Dutch conceptual artist Florentijn Hofman, sailed into Hong Kong today and will be stationed at Harbour City until 9 June. The appearance is the city's first maritime art exhibition, according to SK Lam, creative director of AllRightsReserved, which organised the visit of the well-traveled waterfowl, which has floated in Belgium, France, Brazil and Japan. Not surprisingly, the spectacle is attracting lots of smiles and attention.
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