William Lim is an award-winning architect and artist, responsible for the design of H Queen’s, the first vertical art gallery building in Hong Kong. He is also an ardent art collector and has been described as ‘arguably the world’s foremost collector of Hong Kong contemporary art’ by Hong Kong Tatler. In 2014, he authored the book, The No Colours: Living Collection in Hong Kong, which documents his comprehensive collection of works by more than 50 artists.
He will share his diverse experiences that continue to inform his creative decisions with a view to informing our own.
Moderator: Dr Deepanjana Klein, Christie’s, International Head for South Asian Modern & Contemporary.
Sunday, Dec. 2nd, 3pm-5pm, National Art Gallery Malaysia – Centre Court, Jalan Tun Razak.