Arte Museum nature artworks go on show

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The Korean art exhibition Arte Museum, which combines sounds and scents with visual curation, has opened at K11 HACC in Quarry Bay.

It displays six multimedia artworks with the theme of eternal nature.

The exhibition hall has four separate spaces, with artworks trying to reinterpret elements and spaces of nature. They include the life of flowers, endlessly crashing swells, a stretching seashore and a tropical rain forest.

After its 15-month show at K11 HACC, the exhibition is expected to relocate to the 3.8-million-square-foot 11 Skies, in Chek Lap Kok, as its first overseas permanent destination, with more artworks added.

The show at 11 Skies will occupy 28,040 sq ft of its indoor entertainment hub and it will open from the end of 2023 to early 2024.

The exhibition, which is developed by Korean art design firm d'strict, is now open in three cities in Korea. After 23 months, the three sites have seen a total of 3.2 million visitors.

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