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What Art Means

What Art Means

Today is the official opening day for Art Basel Hong Kong 2016.

We know art can comes in all forms. To put it simply, it is the freedom of expression.

Great art is always inspiring. Everyone has their own assessment and naturally, there is no right or wrong in our opinions. The most important thing is that we should have our own point of view. Be true to yourself and if you like or dislike the piece of art you just saw, remember that this is your own opinion. You can listen to curators to explain the history and details of the artwork but at the end of the day, you make the final conclusion.

These were some of the art pieces that caught our eyes.

Ian Davenport, Art Basel, Hong Kong, 2016

Ian Davenport
Coloured: Pink, Light, Orange, 2016

Jurgen Drescher, Speechbubble, Art Basel, Hong Kong, 2016

JÜRGEN DRESCHER
Black Speechbubble, 2015

Kohei Nawa, Art Basel, Hong Kong, 2016

Kohei Nawa
Direction #29, 2012 Trans-Yujin (Dent), 2012

 Ozlem Gunyol & Mustafa Kunt, Art Basel, Hong Kong, 2016

Özlem Günyol & Mustafa Kunt
Scheinbogen, 2014

Anish Kapoor, Art Basel, Hong Kong, 2016

Anish Kapoor
Untitled (Stellar Green Post), 2014

Jiri Georg Dokoupil, Art Basel, Hong Kong, 2016

Jiri Georg Dokoupil
Niculisgran, 2014

Superficie Bianca, Art Basel, Hong Kong, 2016

Enrico Castellani
Superficie Rossa, 2009 

MYKU, watch, Art Basel, 2016

 Always remember, “Beauty lies in the eyes of the beholder”, Plato.

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