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May 2014
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Photo 1, 2, 3: PMQ, © All Rights Reserved Photo 4: Spring entrance par Claudia Whitney ©All Rights Reserved Photo 5-8: Photos © Plume

The multifaceted city of Hong Kong looks as much towards the West as it does to Asia, constantly evolving and full of unique contrasts. It has also become an amateur lover of contemporary art in recent years with its new neighborhood of art galleries, installed in huge warehouses in the buildings of Aberdeen, and it recently hosted its second edition of Art Basel, profiting from the construction of a new metro station soon to serve the new artistic heart of the city. The former Police Married Quarter Central, near Hollywood Road, will be reborn in a new creative breath thanks to William To, the artistic director of the place and the architect Billy Tam. The place, now called PMQ, hosts art exhibitions, shops and galleries to help them grow and to promote local designers, as taught by Kapok which shows fashion accessories and decorative objects.

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