More than Elbows Bumping

ovid-19 continues to upend all aspects of life, particularly in the promiscuous little art world. In Hong Kong, after the cancellation of Art Basel, the Hong Kong Art Gallery Association (HKAGA) made a whole-hearted attempt to create local buzz, while the new nonprofit booster group #ArtPowerHK was turning heads. To win back attention, the HKAGA cozied up to Asia Society Hong Kong for an outdoor sculpture exhibition, which opened just as the government re-imposed restrictions on public gatherings of more than four people. HKAGA’s gallery days then

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