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Flowers by Naked: Famous Japanese Digital Art Show Comes to Hong Kong

By Jenny Leung 12 June 2019
Need somewhere to escape the heat (or rain)? Sick of the same old shopping malls and coffee shops? Then you’ll be glad to hear that the acclaimed Japanese digital art flower show, “Flowers by Naked”, has officially arrived in Hong Kong!

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Held at MOSTown in Ma On Shan, “Flowers by Naked” combines the breathtaking beauty of traditional Japanese culture with the power of visual arts and technology. Created by NAKED Inc., one of Japan’s most established creative digital arts company, this dazzling immersive exhibition will also be the first show that has ever been held outside of Japan. The exhibition will feature eight of the most popular installations from Japan, including Big Book, the main installation and star of the show; OUSAI 2019, where visitors will be surrounded by beautiful cherry blossoms; the Tea Room–Harmony of Mind, which showcases the importance of tea in Japanese culture; and 360° Around Mt. Fuji: Naked meets Hokusai, an e-painting display of famous artworks by Katsushika Hokusai.


Much like TeamLab, the world-famous digital art show series from Japan, “Flowers by Naked” is a hugely popular gathering ground for art enthusiasts, budding photographers, and of course, Instagrammers from all over the world. The exhibition will run from July 20 through to Septemeber 1 at MOSTown in Man On Shan, so you've got plenty of time to start practising how to pose for those all-important snaps for the gram.

Do it for the gram!

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Jenny Leung

Senior editor

Born in Hong Kong and raised in the UK, Jenny grew up with the best of both worlds. She loves just about anything to do with music and doesn’t shy away from belting out a tune or two when it comes to karaoke. If she’s not out and about exploring the city and practising her photography skills, she’s probably tucked up in bed with a book or glued to her laptop doing her online shopping.

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