Hong Kong Arts Month

Art Basel Hong Kong

You need a strong pair of legs to get through Hong Kong Art Month! I recently spent two and a half days in Hong Kong to see international art fairs Art Basel and Art Central, and did more steps than I usually do in several weeks. The yum-cha kind of balanced things out in the end though...I enjoyed seeing Art Basel with over 195 galleries showcasing 20th and 21st-century works. Installations by Australian artist Nyapanyapa Yunupingu and Japan's Shinji Ohmaki were among my favourites. It was also nice to see familiar faces at Singapore's Sullivan+Strumpf, Mizuma and STPI. 

Art Central Hong Kong 

Two hours were all I had to catch Art Central, so I was making the rounds pretty quickly. Lots of beautiful work to be seen in the temporary but intimate pop-up tent hall. Richard Koh, Mars Gallery and Art Atrium had some inspiring works. With over 100 galleries participating, there was definitely something for anyone looking for contemporary artwork. So glad I had the chance to visit with friends and enjoy a couple of days of Mandarin immersion! 

Lim Clan Ancestral Hall Excursion

I've been so inspired by my connection to Singapore and love sharing it with anyone who wants to listen! I recently led a group of enthusiastic participants to the Lim Clan Ancestral Hall on Cantonment Road. It was a wonderful morning and new discoveries made. There were so many sign-ups that I'm planning another one soon! Join me & discover more of Singapore. Sign up now!