William Lim: Willows Dark Flowers BrightVIEW EVENT DETAILS
Members’ Guided Tour
Opening on May 21, William Lim’s solo exhibition, Willows Dark Flowers Bright (柳暗花明), at H Queens takes inspiration from a Song Dynasty Chinese poem, which alludes to the serendipity of new discoveries. It reflects a hopeful post-lockdown of Hong Kong. William Lim, who is architect of H Queen's, leads a guided tour of his exhibition for members. As part of the tour, guests are welcome to bring their favorite flower along when visiting.
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William Lim is an artist, produces sumptuous large-scale installations and has twice represented Hong Kong at the Venice Biennale’s International Architectural Exhibition, in 2006 and 2010. Aside, William Lim is a renowned collector, a major donor of the M+ museum, and architect, Managing Director of CL3, a multi-award-winning architecture and interior design firm with iconic projects around places in New York, Tokyo, Singapore, and Hong Kong.
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17/F H Queen's, 80 Queen's Road Central, Central
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