Longines Hong Kong Masters Equestrian Art Exhibition

Stallion by David Mach
By   /  February 13, 2014

Longines Hong Kong Masters is combining their international show jumping competition with art this year.  Partnering with Opera Gallery,  Longine will showcase selected equestrian art pieces made by major contemporary artists from the 21st to the 23rd of February at AsiaWorld-Expo.

To celebrate the year of the Horse, the Longines Hong Kong Masters with Opera Gallery has procured a selection of equestrian art pieces by famous artists like the ‘Stallion’ installation by Scottish artist David Mach, ‘Cheval Mecachrome’ the 2.6-meter horse head constructed out of a F1 engine by French artist Pierre Matter and Salvadore Dali’s ‘Horse Saddled with time’. These pieces will be displayed at the 100 square meter booth at Longines Asia World Expo booth during the three-days event.

Book your Longine Hong Kong Masters tickets at cityline.com to see the competition and the art pieces.

By The Altermodernist

Details:
  • Dates & Time:
    • Section 1 (21 Feb 2014) – 6:30pm – 12:00am
    • Section 2 (22 Feb 2014) – 9:00am – 6:00pm
    • Section 3 (22 Feb 2014) – 6:30pm – 12:00am
    • Section 4 (23 Feb 2014) – 9:00am – 6:00pm
  • Venue: AsiaWorld-Expo
  • Tickets: Priced from HK$330 – HK$980, available at cityline.com

Photo credits: Opera Gallery Hong Kong

Main image: Stallion by David Mach

Horse Saddled with Time by Salvador Dalí

Horse Saddled with Time by Salvador Dalí

Cheval Mecachrome by Pierre Matter

Cheval Mecachrome by Pierre Matter

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