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Hong Kong Tatler - - Features -

“When it comes to hang­ing works of art, you must be prac­ti­cal. For ex­am­ple, when hang­ing a work in a bath­room, you have to think of the hu­mid­ity, lights and tem­per­a­ture. Most works I place in bath­rooms are framed. I al­ways ap­point pro­fes­sion­als to han­dle and hang my art, and would never hang a replica piece. When it comes to pur­chas­ing, fol­low your heart over your head. Trust your own eyes and taste to know when a piece works in a room. Ev­ery home, no mat­ter how small, is wor­thy of a piece of art. Art is part of ev­ery­day life and it’s im­por­tant to take the ini­tia­tive to see it.”

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