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- Carl Andre in North Point 1 week ago Well, it could be.This is why postminimalism always seems stillborn in Hong Kong. Your colored thread installation is no match for what's going on outside.
- Hong Kong Protests 1 month ago I recall hearing Mike Kelley, who was one of my teachers in college, say, "Art is a poor vehicle for effecting social change." I agree, although I did once read an essay where someone (was it Georg Lukács?) made a case that Goethe's The Sorrows of Young Werther (1774) incited the French...
- Quality of Life 4 months ago How much do I hate the Wanchai bypass? First it permanently destroyed the one part of Victoria Park I regularly used, now the spectacular view of the harbour along my commute is about to be permanently obstructed.
- Attack of the Pleinarians 5 months ago "If I were in the government I would have a brigade of policemen assigned to keeping an eye on people who paint landscapes outdoors. Oh, I wouldn't want anyone killed. I'd be satisfied with just a little buckshot to begin with." —Edgar DegasA few years ago while hiking on Po Toi, I came across a...
- Marco Szeto at Choco Choco 6 months ago " A PLAYFUL Dog Show "Collage by Marco SzetoMay 26 - June 30, 2014Preview : May 25, 2014 (Sunday)Time: 4 - 7pmVenue: Choco Choco Fine Chocolate,G/F, Fashion Walk, 27 - 47 Paterson St.,Causeway Bay, HK (next to Calvin Klein)銅鑼灣 百德新街 名店坊Fashion Walk
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