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Ken Currie Interviewed by Tatler Hong Kong

April 16, 2021

Scottish artist Ken Currie speaks to Tatler Hong Kong about Interregnum, his first solo exhibition in Asia, on view at Flowers Gallery, Hong Kong, until 29 May 2021.
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“I want my work to hover in that area between beauty and horror,” says Currie. “People often see something and say, ‘Oh my God, that’s disgusting’, but then have this strong desire to look as well. I like to operate in that liminal zone.”

Click here to read the interview. 

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