Harbour Arts Sculpture Park (22 February – 11 April 2018) is presented by the Hong Kong Arts Centre with support from lead partner H Queen’s by Henderson Development Limited and supported by Hong Kong Arts Development Council. Hong Kong’s first international sculpture park brings museum-quality works to the public, dramatically transforming the landscape of Central and Wan Chai Harbourfront.
Harbour Arts Sculpture Park features sculptures by emerging and renowned local and international contemporary artists together – a first for the artists and the city. Curated by Fumio Nanjo, Director of Mori Art Museum and Director of International Programme at Hong Kong Art School, and Tim Marlow, Artistic Director at the Royal Academy of Arts, the free sculpture park offers a unique opportunity to experience world-class art set against the backdrop of Hong Kong’s iconic skyline.
Cementing Hong Kong’s position as a global arts player, public and private organizations have come together to exhibit sculptures in an accessible public space. In doing so, the city is ensuring that art is accessible to everyone in Hong Kong, enriching the cultural life of the public.
Participating artists of Harbour Arts Sculpture Park include Rasheed Araeen (UK), Michael Craig-Martin (UK), Tracey Emin (UK), Ho Kwun Ting (HKSAR), Jenny Holzer (USA), Gimhongsok (South Korea), Antony Gormley (UK), Zheng Guogu (China), Yayoi Kusama (Japan), Tony Oursler (USA), Conrad Shawcross (UK), Bosco Sodi (Mexico), Hank Willis Thomas (USA), Matthew Tsang (HKSAR), Mark Wallinger (UK), Zhan Wang (China), Wong Chi-yung (HKSAR), Kacey Wong (HKSAR), and Morgan Wong (HKSAR).