The major survey titled “KAWS: ALONG THE WAY” is released to the public on behalf of the Hong Kong Contemporary Art (HOCA) Foundation and curated by Germano Celant to showcase the artwork created by the artist over the last decade. In total there are 37 works in the exhibit made up of design figures, paintings, sculptures and large form objects that are in Hong Kong for the first time.
Strategically placed in chronological and theme order at the indoor and outdoor spaces of PMQ, staple pieces such as the 18-feet-tall sculpture – ALONG THE WAY (2015), the 8-feet-tall pink ACCOMPLICE and a variety of creations from the KAWS’ YOU series. Lastly, the (HOCA) Foundation will be linking up with partner schools of the St James Settlement Charity to host KAWS-focused workshops created to introduce children to the exhibition and the creativity surrounding the world-renowned artist.
Take an in-depth look at HOCA’s KAWS: ALONG THE WAY exhibition above. The pieces will be on display through April 14. For more information, head to HOCA’s official website.
In related news, Louis Vuitton recently launched its striking Objets Nomades Collection also currently on display in Hong Kong.
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