"Naked Flowers" art exhibition blooms at 1881 Heritage in Tsim Sha Tsui

"Naked Flowers" offers a unique opportunity for visitors to learn about the secrets of flowers in a visually stunning setting.

"Naked Flowers" art exhibition blooms at 1881 Heritage in Tsim Sha Tsui
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The "Naked Flowers" art exhibition, created by renowned Japanese artist Ryotaro Muramatsu, has opened at 1881 Heritage in Tsim Sha Tsui, marking its first appearance in Hong Kong. This immersive installation is set to captivate visitors over the next six months with eight interactive art rooms that explore the beauty and intricacies of flowers, all based on the concept of "Learning the secrets of flowers by touching them and enjoying them.''

When they arrive, visitors will encounter the exhibition's centerpiece, the "Naked Big Book," a 5-meter-tall installation that provides a free preview of the themes explored deeper within the exhibition. Additional features like the "Flower Path" and "Digital Flower Garden" offer a sensory experience, complete with the fragrances of the Guerlain Aqua Allegoria collection.

The exhibition not only showcases Muramatsu's blend of traditional Japanese culture with contemporary art forms but also offers a unique cultural experience for the Hong Kong audience.

Quick facts

  • Where – Shop 17B G/F 1881 Heritage 2A Canton Road, Tsim Sha Tsui
  • When – Open daily, 10 a.m. - 8 p.m. 
  • Price – 
    • Adult tickets: HK$180
    • Children from 3-11 years old, full-time students, disabled guests and elderly the age of 65 or above tickets: HK$150
    • Children below 3 years old enjoy free admission
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