Largest exhibition by Cracking Art from Italy
Over 390 animal-shaped art installations have been scattered around different corners of The Hub, inviting people into a fairyland of vivid lives and alluring innocence. It is the largest exhibition brought by Cracking Art, an art project that has exhibited across the world since its initiation in 1993 in Italy by a group of five artists. Recyclable plastics were used to encourage a conversation about the importance of recycling and environmental protection. The exhibition consists of 10 different animals, ranging from snails and wolves to frogs, penguins and crocodile. For the duration of the exhibition, The Hub will also hold activities catering to family visitors, such as a chocolate workshop from March 11 to 12, and an egg-painting competition on April 16.
Until May 1, 10 am to 11 pm