A product of the collaboration between The Hong Kong Institute of Architects and the Arts Development Council, “Quotidian Architectures” examines the role of architecture in the urban environment and our daily lives.
This response exhibition follows on from Hong Kong’s participation at the internationally acclaimed Venice Biennale 12th International Architecture Exhibition in 2010, with 12 of the installations exhibited in Venice taking up residence within the Former Central Police Station Headquarters Building on Hollywood Road.
Architect Jason Carlow (previously interviewed by LOFT in Tastemakers), local filmmaker Philip Yung and international photographer Michael Wolf are just a few of the collaborators that worked closely with artists to develop the conceptual artworks.
With free admission, this is this fantastic chance to explore the old colonial building and get acquainted with the work of our local artists and architects – And what better way to appreciate architectural art than in a beautifully preserved heritage building?
Tuesday – Sunday: 10:00 – 18:00 (Closed Mondays)
Free admission. Runs until June 25. Former Central Police Station Headquarters Building, 10 Hollywood Road, Cenral, www.venicebiennale.hk