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osage kwun tong

osage kwun tong

osage kwun tong

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Address:

5/F, Kian Dai Industrial Building,
73-75 Hung To Road, Kwun Tong,
Kwoloon, Hong Kong China

Phone:

852 2793 4817

Email:

info@osagegallery.com

URL:

http://www.osagegallery.com

Price:

Free

Description:


Osage Kwun Tong is a spectacular 15,000 square foot (1,500 square metre) warehouse-style space in an industrial building at Kwun Tong, Kowloon, Hong Kong. It gives Hong Kong a much-needed contemporary art venue designed to give contemporary art the space it needs.

The space is blessed with 14 feet high (4.26 metre) beam-free ceilings and low profile columns. The longest run of unrestricted wall is over 128 feet (46.91 metres) long. The space is re-configured for every show to reflect the constantly evolving world of contemporary art practice. The area allows for multiple exhibitions to take place side by side, fostering an environment of dialogue amongst an array of artists and their work.

Osage Kwun Tong is committed to arts education for young people and welcomes planned visits by school groups. As size is not a problem, Osage Kwun Tong can easily accommodate the largest of school groups.


Published on 3/26/08

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