Wet Paint in the Wild: Artist Sarah Morris Delights in Hong Kong’s Many 7-Elevens and Stumbles Upon a Hidden Chanel Boutique
The artist takes us to Hong Kong for a week.
Welcome to Wet Paint in the Wild, the freewheeling—and free!—spinoff of Artnet News Pro’s beloved Wet Paint gossip column, where we give art-world insiders a disposable camera to chronicle their lives on the circuit. To read the latest Wet Paint column, click here (members only).
Man, I wish I could have made it to Art Basel Hong Kong this year. According to Simon de Pury, the city is like New York on steroids right now, and I’m dying to try the minced fish soup at Flower Drum. But the artist Sarah Morris was luckier, so I sent her with a disposable camera to photograph her journey overseas. Let’s see what the week looked like from her perspective…
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