Featured chairs in order: FÅTÖLJER, 4 pcs, plastic, “Skopan“, Ole Gjerløv-Knudsen and Torben Lind, Denmark, designed for IKEA 1974// Tellus chairs, later half of the 20th century// “Åke” Armchair, Agunnaryd for IKEA, 1950s// ”Oti” Niels Gammelgaard for Ikea// Tord Björklund., pair of “Skye”, 20th century// “Impala” Armchairs, Gillis Lundgren for IKEA, 1972// “Amiral” Armchair, designed by Karin Mobring, IKEA, 1970s … Continued

I had a brief conversation with an art curator in Hong Kong, and while I was still complaining how the Hong Kong government doesn’t seem to be supporting young emerging creatives enough – he answered otherwise. He highlighted an interesting point – which is that the problems we see here in Hong Kong are, if … Continued

Even for someone who is in the industry, I get confused with all the art fairs that are happening during art month here in Hong Kong. Apart from Art Central and Asia Contemporary Art Fair; there is also the 6th Affordable Art Fair to be happening this May. What makes Affordable Art Fair different though, … Continued

I’m an avid solo traveler. I’ve been to Boston, San Francisco, and parts of Japan myself. I believe that traveling alone offers a much more unique experience in comparison to traveling with a group. I can eat whatever, sleep in until whenever, and freely plan as I go. Not to mention, I also get to … Continued

Parisstoicism// fertility// futurism// hope Presenting a collection of abstract pieces which experiments with grace and form; Rick Owens demonstrates his rejection towards normality once again, by inducing unique twists and curves with exclusively developed fabrics including stiff cotton sateen canvas, twill gazar made from a silk and paper yarn and more. Creating special zipped compartments alongside … Continued