5/14/2013 08:45:00 AM

Inflatable Sculpture Garden Opens in Hong Kong

Hong Kong's biggest new tourist attractions? An oversized cockroach, a suckling pig and some more colorful pieces. That's thanks to a new 42-acre inflatable sculpture garden that has opened in the West Kowloon Cultural District park, Designboom reports. The six works include the aforementioned glowing pig, and insects (by Tam Wai Ping) as well as a blow up replica of Stonehenge, a huge black lotus flower, excrement (by Paul McCarthy) and a billowing iridescent interactive piece by Tomas Saraceno. The sculpture park, organized by the future M+ contemporary art museum, will be open through June 9, 2013.


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