Harbour City Unveils Second Wave of Black and White Art Installations

HARBOUR City unveils second wave of black and white art installations as part of the global participatory “Inside Out Project”.

Over 450 residents and celebrities participate in “Inside Out: Harbour and the City” and their giant smiling portraits are displayed at Ocean Terminal Forecourt and the exterior wall of Canton Road.

Surround yourself with a sea of friendly smiles at Harbour City!

Last month, Harbour City hosted the renowned French artist JR’s monumental public art installation, “GIANTS: Rising Up,” and simultaneously kicked off participating in the “Inside Out Project,” a global participatory art project created by JR.

The new Inside Out Action is titled “Inside Out: Harbour and the City” and invites residents to take photos of their smiles long-hidden behind masks, and bring happiness to the world together.

The collected photographs have the added touch of the iconic Inside Out polka dots.

From 24 April to 7 May, these photos are on display at Ocean Terminal Forecourt, the exterior wall of Ocean Centre, and Gateway Arcade entrances on Canton Road, allowing the public to be surrounded and welcomed by a sea of friendly smiles.

Tourists and visitors from all over the world will feel the warmth of a welcoming atmosphere, surrounded by a sea of friendly smiles.

“I wish for you to stand up for what you care about by participating in a global art project, and together we’ll turn the world inside out.”

– Excerpt from JR’s speech after winning the TED Prize in 2011 and initiating the Inside Out Project.

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