Heidi Mckenzie | Ceramics in the Mall: The Elements
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Ceramics in the Mall: The Elements

  • In Hong Kong there’s no incongruity in placing fine art in the middle of a mall. Mall’s are sacred places, almost places of worship – certainly places to be revered, and to plan a cultural event around, and increasingly to exhibit fine art. The Splendour of the French Table: Heritage and Modernity throughout the centuries. This was in Elements, a massive mall at least 3 times the size of Yorkdale or the Eatons Centre – there were three installations, one in Earth, one in Fire and one in Water.
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