Naked Flowers exhibition to open in Hong Kong

Naked Flowers is an exhibition that educates visitors about the artistry and symbolism of flowers using digital technology.

Naked Flowers exhibition to open in Hong Kong
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Hong Kong is set to welcome the Naked Flowers Art Exhibition at 1881 Heritage, Tsim Sha Tsui, starting April 27 and running for six months. Spearheaded by renowned Japanese artist Ryotaro Muramatsu, founder of Naked Inc., it's an invitation for art lovers to immerse themselves in a floral world across eight art installations.

Muramatsu, well known for his projects in film, TV and immersive art events, is bringing together traditional Japanese culture and modern digital art. Naked Flowers marks the exhibition's first appearance in Hong Kong, bringing a unique blend of interactive and multisensory experiences designed to deepen the audience's connection with the natural beauty of flowers.

The exhibition is structured around eight experiential rooms, including the Naked Big Book, Big Flower Garden and Wild Flower Garden, each offering a distinctive journey through digital landscapes and interactive elements that celebrate the floral theme. Highlights include the Dandelion project, symbolizing peace, and the innovative Naked Cafe Bar, where buying a drink brings to life an interactive table that blends art and technology.

Quick facts

  • Where – Shop G17B & Basement, 1881 HERITAGE, 2A Canton Road, Tsim Sha Tsui
  • When – April 27 - October 27, 11 a.m. - 10 p.m.
  • Price – 
    • Adult ticket: HK$180
    • Children & elderly ticket: HK$150
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