- Central, HK Island
- Starts : January 1st, 1970
- Ends: January 1st, 1970
The British Museum, Reimagined: After bringing a 1980s era New York City subway station to Hong Kong, JPS Gallery is recreating the British Museum this time with new exhibition Museum Belowground. In collaboration with Belowground, the gallery has imagined an exhibition space after one of the most famous museums in the world, showcasing works of street, pop, and contemporary art with a fresh concept.
Get ready for over 80 new works by street art maestro Pure Evil, Prodip Leung and Bill Barminski. The works include giant scale sculptures, oil paintings, and art performances. The recreated display mimics the looks of a museum, while replacing “museum displays” with pop and contemporary art that explores the concepts of artifacts and cultural relics.
Where? Belowground exhibition space, B/F, Landmark Atrium, 15 Queen’s Road Central, Central
When? Now through August 1, 2021
How much? Free!
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