Hongkongers (locals and expats alike) love complaining about the city's hot summers. So while much of the world is experiencing one of the buuurrrrr-iest minus-degrees winters, we are lucky to be enjoying our 60F / 17C clear skies and breezy "winter" with rooftop parties and alfresco brunches. And with the opening of CRAYONS last night, it was clear that HK winters are bursting with color!
Not only that! The opening night was generously sponsored by BUNGALOW - from the Prive Group - Hong Kong's hottest new French supper lounge featuring their yummy canapes all night. Their croque monsieur were to die for!
Featuring works by HK based French born artist Harold de Puymorin, CRAYONS highlights this vibrant and visually dynamic city in which we live. His "beyond the subject" perspective on a city frequently described as "New-York-on-coke" - the CRAYONS series truly push the limits and delivers visually stunning work featuring stimulating colors and provocative geometrics. Yes de Puymorin's works are absolutely addictive!
Don't miss the show, from January 16 - January 31st at Voxfire Gallery.
Gallery Hours: Tuesday - Friday 12pm - 7pm / Saturdays 12pm - 6pm / Sun & Mon: Appointment via firstname.lastname@example.org